This summer term Trinity Laban are offering a unique opportunity for adults to dance and create.
Choreo Lab is an 11 week course, taking place on Tuesday evenings throughout summer term. The session will develop and enhance your creativity through workshops and choreographic processes. You’ll take part in improvisation and creative tasks, working individually and together in groups.
You’ll work with experienced dance artist, Luke Birch, across 11 weeks. Choreo lab will culminate in an informal sharing in the final session in Trinity Laban’s Studio Theatre, with the opportunity to invite friends and family.
Through guided tasks and enquiries you’ll find ways to layer form and feeling to build choreography. From initial seeds of ideas you can follow your curiosities to play with ways to generate movement and find personal nuance in the way you craft it.
“Through guided tasks and enquiries we’ll find ways to layer form and feeling to build choreography. From initial seeds of ideas we can follow our curiosities to play with ways to generate movement and find personal nuance in the way we craft it.”
Who is this for?
Choreo Lab is not suitable for complete beginners but you don’t need professional experience to take part! This general level class is suitable for participants with some experience of contemporary dance, who would like to develop creativity, and perform as part of a group.
Weekly sessions throughout Summer Term at The Laban Building
Dates: Tuesday 18 April – Tuesday 27 June 2023 (11 sessions)
Time: 18.30 – 20.30
Final Sharing: Tuesday 27 June, within the usual session time
Location: Trinity Laban Faculty of Dance, The Laban Building, Creekside, London SE8 3DZ
If you would like to attend but are unable to pay the fee in full please get in touch as we may be able to offer payment in instalments: email@example.com
About Luke Birch
Luke began his dance training at the Northern School of Contemporary Dance and then went on to complete his BA Hons degree at Trinity Laban in 2008. In 2009 he joined post graduate dance company Edge at London Contemporary Dance School.
Professionally he has performed for a variety of companies internationally alongside working with visual artists performing in galleries (Tate, Hayward Gallery). His choreographic work has been shown at Canterbury Festival, Sadler’s Wells (Damn Fine Dance at Elixir Festival), The Place, Siobhan Davies Studios, Move it 2016, and Arts Depot.
Luke also has a passion for teaching and has delivered classes and workshops with Greenwich Dance, The Place, Circus Space, Independent Dance, Trinity Laban, Surrey University, London Studio Centre, Salzburg Academy of Experimental Dance, Shobana Jeyasingh Dance, and Candoco.