|Jetsummer Danceweeks 2008
STAGES D’ETE – ZOMERSTAGES – SOMMERSTAGES
(WEEK 9 - 13 JUNE / 10:30 – 16:30)
(WEEK 16 – 20 JUNE / 10:30 – 16:30)
(WEEKEND 21 & 22 JUNE / 12 - 17)
(WEEK 23 – 27 JUNE / 10 - 12)
WEEKEND YOUNG DANCERS / CRUZ MATA
(28 & 29 JUNE / 12 - 17)
(WEEK 30 – 04 JULY / 10:30 – 16:30)
(WEEKEND 5 & 6 JULY / 12 - 17)
(WEEK 7 – 11 JULY / 10:30 – 16:30)
introductioneve 08/06 at 19:00 workshop space & silence 09/06 - 13/06
daily from 10:30 - 16:30
performance 13/06 at 20:00
Julyen Hamilton has been creating dances, directing and teaching for the past 30 years. He was born in England, then lived in Amsterdam and now is based in Gerona, Spain. In 1984 he was awarded the 'Zilveren Dansprijs' by the VSCD in Holland.
Trained in a period of experimentation in London in the mid-70s, he has constantly made work from a radical point of view.
His work, both in company and solo, develops dance for the theatre where dancers and light designers are directed to compose pieces instantly, a process of practising improvisation in rehearsal and in the moment of performance. Hamilton creates his own personal language where movement and text constantly intertwine and are passed amongst the performers as a way of manifesting the sharing of the imagination. He is also invited to play with musicians, to choreograph for other dancers and to collaborate with other directors.
Since 1990 he has made more than 100 solos that have been seen all over the world. They are a highly original interplay between dance, live text and light. His latest solo Cell premiered in Barcelona in 2004.
His teaching work comes straight from the stage experience; it goes deeply into the compositional aspects of creativity through the areas of the physical body, space, time, dramaturgy and voice.
His label Blue Dog DVDs produces videos of his performances on DVD.
More info on: www.julyenhamilton.com
INFO WORKSHOP SPACE AND SILENCE
“MAKING THEM, USING THEM AND MAKING MORE"
« For a number of years SPACE has been of central interests to me, both as performer/dance-maker and as teacher.
Its nature, how we perceive it, its emotionality
and how it's inherent power in the theatrical setting
enables the performer and audience to share sensation and imagination.
And in the VOICE work which is a radical element of my performances deals with the action of 'making silence' and using it both acoustically and visually.
The work deals with the dual nature of 'silence'
in terms of acoustics and vision.
In this week's workshop we will work with both of these elements, how they coexist within the action of making dances spontaneously. »
introductioneve 15/06 at 19:00
workshop the space in between 16/06 - 20/06
daily from 10:30 - 16:30 (not on Friday)
performance The Bed 20/06 at 21:00
Performers: Lois Taylor, Saoul Garcia, Robert Minniar and you!
Angela Praed graduated from Laban and afterwards she studied a PGCE in movement and special needs. She met Wayne McGregor and helped establish Random dance company.
In 1995 Angela had the opportunity to return to Cornwall. Material was devised out doors in direct relationship with the landscape and then transferred to the stage. For example “Boats worse than a bastard child for eating money” (1997).
Angela developed an interest in intergenerational performance. “Distance yourself” (2000) was her most direct expression to date and explored the intimate relationships between a young girl, of seven, a boy of sixteen and a mother.
Funding was awarded from ACESW for a tour of people’s bedrooms Easter 2005. Hosts replied to a newspaper advert for a duet in their bedroom. The Bedroom tour film was accepted for the IMZ dance reel and has toured internationally.
From the bedroom tour developed an all night live dance work called The Bed. The audience spends the whole night with the performance, which culminates in a communal breakfast.
This work gained a national touring grant from the Arts Council and has been shared at Laban, Dartington Colllege of Arts, the CCA Glasgow, the Tobacco factory Bristol and the Brewhouse.
The second avenue of work “The Body of Long Memory” explores dance in new contexts and the negotiation/ brokering of dance with the audience/participant. After the highly successful residency with sculptor John Trigg and dancers Jane Mason and River Camalt at Newlyn Art Gallery a major residency was offered at Plymouth City Art Gallery Spring 2005 and The Laban. The film investigations developed at Laban have been formed large scale installation for Trebah Gardens in Cornwall and Falmouth Art Gallery 2006.
More info on : www.silverwelldesign.co.uk/angelapraed/index.htm
INFO WORKSHOP THE SPACE IN BETWEEN
Exploring the transition from real to artifice, from conscious to subconscious. During the workshop you’ll learn fixed material and make it your own and create movement yourself starting from your own memories.
The work will be based on stories for children, fairytales, etc.
You’ll work with the space, walls and all spacial boundaries.
When you participate in the workshop, you will also be performing during the all-night dance marathon « The Bed ».
INFO PERFORMANCE THE BED
The bed is an all night dance event to which the audience bring sleeping bag and pillow and camp around the double bed in the space, which culminates in a communal breakfast.
Introduction 21/06 at 10:00
weekendworkshop 21/06 & 22/06
daily from 12:00 – 17:00
BIOGRAPHY KURT KOEGEL
Kurt Koegel has been teaching extensively since 1988 when he moved to Europe after 10 years of living and dancing in New York City. He has taught “Contemporary Technique”, “Contact and Improvisation” and “Composition” throughout Europe and Asia, and worked with choreographers and improvisers including Merce Cunningham, Steve Paxton, Ohad Naharin, Lisa Kraus, Ann Bogart, Simon Forti, Mel Wong and Nancy Stark Smith.
With the paper A Cross-Disciplinary Approach to Education in the Arts and Humanities he completed his self-designed degree program in Dance, Design and Communication at the University of Minnesota. Since 1988 he has lived and worked in Europe, teaching for festivals, schools and dance companies including Ultima Vez, Rosas, P.A.R.T.S., SNDO Amsterdam, EDDC Arnhem, SEAD, and Korean Nat. Univ. of Arts. He is now director of the new “Masters Program in Contemporary Dance Pedagogy” at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst, Frankfurt. His background in Architecture, Theatre, the Visual Arts; Feldenkrais, Pilates, Yoga, and BMC; combined with a passion for the natural environment informs his work.
More info on : www.kurtkoegel.com
INFO WORKSHOP CONTACT & IMPROVISATION : CLARITY, COMMUNICATION & COMPOSITION
« The aim of this course is that the participants:
1. develop a broader range of experience and skill with which to be more physically defined, present and creative in their partnering explorations;
2. experience the confidence to participate safely in contact jam situations and incorporate partnering work into their choreographic research; and
3. develop skills for integrating contact and partnering work in performance improvisations
We will focus on defining a system of movement research based upon the mechanical and communicative aspects of touch. Fundamental themes we will address are:
getting in and out of contact
being precise with different modes of weight sharing
discriminating ‘non-roled’ and ‘mover-partner’ dancing
experimenting with varying degrees of influence when partnering
balancing awareness between the one’s own dance and the communication with partner
and, balancing sensing and personal experience with compositional intentionality
These explorations will be combined with techniques for safety and self-responsibility. Our goal is to refine the language of observation and decision-making that we use as the basis for communication while improvising – and to experience a rich fulfillment in our dancing! Contact Improvisation without compromise. »
Classes 23/06 - 27/06
daily from 10:00 - 12:00
Les SlovaKs Collective
“In the lesson we will research the movement and its physicality. Our
focus will be working on developing technical skills through dancing.
We will improve stability, strength, flexibility and coordination,
building them up simultaneously and making them a basic body
equipement ready to be aplied in any kind of movement.
Our working tool will be open dancing used in the simply structured
group situation. We will use this method as a warm up, technical
exercise and full dance experience using the music as a strong
We would like to inspire the dancers in building up their own dance
techinque using their knowledge, observation and intuition.
The teaching is coming out of our own experience and joy to dance which we would like to pass on.
How to become better dancer? Just dance.”
weekendworkshop 28/06 & 29/06
daily from 12:00 – 17:00
Cruz Mata is born in Caracas (Venezuela). He started his dancetraining in the « Institut supérieur de Danse de Caracas » in 1992 and continued his studies at the Central University of Venezuela where he followed classes in theatresciences, fine arts and philosophy. He participated in classes of Asthanga Yoga and travelled before coming to Belgium to become a member of the X-Group in P.A.R.T.S., directed by Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker.
He studied circustechniques at the « Ecole nationale du Cirque Annie Fratellini » and therapeutic psychomassage « Conscience physiologique. » He danced with several companies : in Venezuela with Espacio Alterno, in Copenhague with Tim Feldman » Wilda dance production », in Brussels with Enclave & Roberto Olivan, Josse de Pauw and Maria Clara villalobos.
In 2007 he worked with Michél Noiret.
He teached Dance Release Technique, Flying Low, Acrobatic Dance and Contactimpro in Buenos Aires, Venezuela, Mexico,Croatia ,Finland , Holland (Arnehem Dansacademie) and now in DansCentrumJette.
« The dance work will be based on Release and Flying LowTechnique, the exercises and moving phrases will be carried out within these frameworks. »
« The class will be tailored to the students needs aiming at floorwork, body-mind relation and body-space interchange. The main idea is to create a dynamic between the space and the others' presence in order to bring the dancer to encounter his own spontaneous movements and give him or her capacity to use the instinct to move, to relate to others and the space. »
introductioneve 29/06 at 19:00
workshop dance & presence 30/06 - 04/07
daily from 10:30 - 16:30
After her studies in Rotterdam Roxane joined Rosas
She danced Rosas danst Rosas, Elena’s aria, Bartòk/aantekeningen and the quatuor in mikrokosmos.
She worked simultaneously with Michèle - Anne de mey (first choreography: Balatum).
From 1985 until 1989 she is as a choreographer member of Kaaitheater. She created Muurwerk, Tanz mit Männer, Capricieuse, and toured in Belgium and abroad, (‘89) in Tokyo with MUURWERK.
Roxane Huilmand danced in films of Wolfgang Kolb
( Muurwerk, Hoppla!, Capricieuse Aix ‘89)
From 1990 she taught numerous workshops at festivals, schools and organisations worldwide (Jacob’s Pillow Dance festival USA, Mimeschool Amsterdam, CDC Toulouse). Between 1991 and 1994 she directed the repertory of Rosas. She created choreographies (Hic et nunc, virelay, bonjour Gérard) and from 1996 she was a teacher at the faculty of P.A.R.T.S, Rits, H.I.D, and various companies.
In 1997 she founded DANSCENTRUMJETTE.
INFO WORKSHOP DANCE & PRESENCE
« We will work on ‘dance & presence’; I’ll teach you dance material in order to make a long piece of dance The aim is to give you the opportunity to experience the different states of body and mind you’ll pass through while dancing during a long time in relation to your perception of space & time, the connection with the other dancers, the material itself ».
Introduction 04/07 at 19:00
weekendworkshop 05/07 & 06/07
daily from 12:00 – 17:00
BIOGRAPHY MARISA GRANDE
Marisa Grande is an independent artist, dancer and choreographer based in Amsterdam. The rich diversity of her education and experience includes dance forms from different cultures, voice work, theatre, integration of movement and visual art. Both her artistic and pedagogical work focus on Improvisation as Instant Composition. The spectrum of her teaching began in 1990 developed from her experience as an artist /performer in contemporary dance and movement training in physical theatre. Since 2000, she has been active in teaching throughout Holland and abroad, and promoting performance projects collaborating with dancers, musicians and visual artists, directing and performing. Her approach to dance is influenced by the work of Body-Mind Centering, Aikido, Release technique and Yoga. More info on www.marisagrande.com
INFO WORKSHOP MOVEMENT TRAINING & INSTANT COMPOSITION
« Diving into a deep physicality we can awaken the lighter body of intuition.
In the movement training we use experiential anatomy and partnering work to explore and experience technical principles and aspects of the body to attune the "instrument" and discipline the mind, engaging into a deep physicality. The work focuses on the development of a kinesthetic sense of the body, increasing awareness of the body in motion.
In instant composition we practice our capacity to make dances.
The issues of time and space are explored through simple exercises awakening the vibrant body, ready and alert, able to perceive and move as one organic action. As we play into group configurations we experience the power of a body-mind alignment and enjoy the harmonic synchronicity of one group as one body.
Emphasis is given upon dynamic dancing, to train and practice one's capacity to be immediate and to follow body’s intuition. »
introductioneve 06/07 at 19:00
workshop 07/07 - 11/07
daily from 10:30 - 16:30
presentation 11/07 19 :00
BIOGRAPHY ANNE-MARIE BLINK
Anne-Marie Blink (1956) studeerde Zang en Schoolmuziek aan het Conservatorium te Groningen waarna ze opleidingen volgde als Lichaamswerk- therapeut en Stemtherapeut. Zoekend naar mogelijkheden van de menselijk stem, die, volgens haar, verder moesten reiken dan de gebruikelijke en bekende, kwam ze in contact met een aantal verschillende invloedsferen. Van de St. Rondom Stemwerk, waar ze de primitieve stem leerde kennen, tot aan Ida Kelarova’s Zigeunermuziek, Roy Hart’s vernieuwende stemtechnieken en het vele werk met kinderen dat ze, in elke leeftijdsgroep, gedaan heeft, bracht haar tot een meer fysieke benadering van de zangstem. Naast een actieve solocarrière verzorgt ze tegenwoordig workshops in binnen- en buitenland.
More info on www.andereklank.nl
INFO WORKSHOP THE VOICE, OUR VOICE, MY VOICE
« In the workshop we work on the singing voice, resonating in the body and its influence on our song. The work is partly physical and partly based on repertoire, coming from the tradition of the World music. By working alone, in couples and with the whole group, we create a space where we can find our own unique sound and our own unique expression. »
JETSUMMER DANCEWEEKS 2008
JULYEN HAMILTON - ANGELA PRAED - ROXANE HUILMAND - ANNE-MARIE BLINK
1 WEEK 200€ - 2 WEEKS 375€ - 3 WEEKS 525€ - 4 WEEKS 650€
KURT KOEGEL - CRUZ MATA - MARISA GRANDE
SLOVAKS COLLEC TIF
REGISTRATIONS ON DANSCENTRUMJETTE@SKYNET.BE
We’ll send you a confirmation of your demand & the paymentprocedure by mail
INTRODUCTIONEVENINGS & MORNINGS ARE FREE, PRESENTATION ANNE-MARIE BLINK & OPEN FOR ALL !!!!
PERFORMANCE JULYEN HAMILTON 13/06/08 19PM 10€
ALL NIGHT PERFORMANCE « THE BED »
FROM 21PM TILL 8 AM 35€
ANGELA PRAED, ROBERT MINNIAR, LOUIS TAYLOR, SAOUL GARCIA & PARTICIPANTS WORKSHOP
RESERVATIONS ON DANSCENTRUMJETTE@SKYNET.BE
HOW TO GET TO DCJ
From Brussels North Train Station:
You can take the bus 14 direction UZ Brussel until the stop Vanderstichelen.
DCJ is the first street on your right!
From Brussels Central Train Station:
You'll reach DCJ by taking metroline 1A
direction Koning Boudewijn/Roi Baudoin until the stop Belgica.
Then you'll find DCJ in the second street on your left.
55, E. van Cauwenberghstraat, 1080 Molenbeek
DCJ TRAININGPROGRAM IN JULY & AUGUST
After the Jetsummer Danceweeks the daily morningclasses from 10 :30 – 12 :00 continue !!!!
14/07 – 18/07 Les Slovaks
21/07 – 25/07 Marielle Morales
28/07 – 01/08 Marielle Morales
04/08 – 08/08 Pascal Merighi
11/08 – 15/08 Pascal Merighi
18/08 – 22/08 Les Slovaks
25/08 – 29/08 Les Slovaks
You can consult the fall program (september – december ’08) on the website starting from the 1st of July.
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