The Dynamic Body 8 - 12 July 2013, an exceptional opportunity to explore Rudolf Laban's principles and practice focussing on relationship structures within the expressive body.
This 5 day practical course will investigate movement in terms
of its dynamic content; From Laban to contemporary expressive arts,
participants will gain understanding of how we embody time and
energy and their fundamental connection to the rhythms of life and
art, both sacred and choreographic. You will also explore the
intrinsic structures of movement and how they inter-relate; as
"Movement is one of man's languages and as such it must be
consciously mastered. We must find its real structure and the
choreological order within it through which movement becomes
penetrable, meaningful and understandable." Laban, R.
Choreutics (London, MacDonald and Evans Ltd, 1966), p.viii
Choreological studies is an analytical tool for observing,
creating, performing and directing performance, and enables
participants to evaluate their practice, providing the means to
develop, enhance and facilitate theory in studio-based
We welcome people from all backgrounds and disciplines aged 18+,
you may be a dancer, actor or teacher, theatre director or movement
facilitator. You will learn fundamentals of dynamic
structures and apply them creatively and analytically, expanding
and developing your knowledge through the highest quality teaching
in our state-of-the-art facilities.
The course is led by dance specialists in Choreological Studies
from Trinity Laban's Faculty
including Valerie Preston-Dunlop, Rosemary Brandt, Melanie Clarke,
Ali Curtis-Jones and Olga Masleinnikova.
Course Dates are 8 -12 July 2013, sessions will be from 10.00 -
5.30pm Monday to Friday at the Laban Building.
This course will allow you to gain knowledge which may enable
you to apply for the
Diploma in Choreological Studies: Contemporary Developments in
Rudolf Laban's Principles and Practice.
The course fee is £385
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