Dance Bridges in association with the Kolkata Centre for Creativity is delighted to bring you a set of two contemporary dance technique and improvisation workshops. Our second artist for this series is Stefano Fardelli (Italy) teaching a workshop on ‘Dynamic Flow’: This workshop is supported by the Italian Embassy Cultural Centre, New Delhi and the Consulate General of Italy in Kolkata.
Date & Time: 21st December 2019 from 10.30 AM-1. 30 PM
Venue: Dance Studio, 4th Floor, Kolkata Centre for Creativity
Registration: Prior registration is advised as limited slots are available. For more details email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +91 8017463292.
Workshop Charges: Rs 450.
ABOUT THE CLASS
This class is meant to combine intelligence and creativity, awareness and harmony, intuition and aesthetics. With an active mind, and through a moving body, Stefano will explore with participants the concepts of space, weight and fluidity, in order to find some functional dynamics and a deeper knowledge of our
structure and unity. While experimenting with these concepts and clearing them by occasional and guided improvisations,
participants will also study some combinations and sequences which, through the use of gravity and ground, will let them discover and enjoy new qualities of movement.Leaving the memories of old experiences behind, the students will discover new ways of facing
their techniques through different space levels – floor and more – without forgetting lightness and freedom.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Stefano Fardelli, born in Italy on the 28/10/83, is a dancer, choreographer,teacher and Artistic Director of EurAsia Dance Project International Network. He got his degree at M.A.S. Accademy in Milan; he then continued his studies in other choreographic centers in Europe. Among his international collaborations are the Berlin Opera, BBC, The Place, Royal Filand Opera, Les Gens d’Uterpan, English National Opera and Cie Twain.
In Europe his productions are supported by Ass. Cult. Pindoc Onlus and DanceHaus which are supported by the Italian Government and in Asia by the Istituto Italiano di Cultura and Italian Embassy and Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts of Bangalore, India.
He is the choreographer of “Chi sei?” for the Milan Conservatory in collaboration with the Brera Art Accademy. His solo Svarupa-vyakta has been selected for international festivals (Anticorpi XL 2014 in
Italy, Maidans Lorenskog Dance Festival 2015 in Norway, Huesca Theatre International Dance Festival 2015 in Spain, Avayava Festival 2016 in India among others) and winner of the 2’ prize at Gdansk International Festival Solo Dance Contest 2014 in Poland.