Wednesday, 18 February 2009

The Contamination Dance Workshop with Anna Buonomo

Saturday 21st & Sunday 22nd March 2009 - 12-3pm
Race and Rhythm Studios
Tufnell Park station (Northern Line)
London, United Kingdom

Bookings in advance are recommended to avoid disappointment.

The main interest is especially in the movement as simple as it is. The choreographic research starts from the base of all the styles I have learnt during my career (modern, ballet, hip-hop, contemporary) and culminates in a contamination of those. Sometimes it is inspired by everyday gestures, sometimes by things I saw once in my life, sometimes by the intention of recreating something that I have imagined.

The contamination class constists of two parts, the first one is based on contemporary and modern technic, the second one on exploring how from codified steps we can achieve different and "strange" dynamics of the movement.

The Hip Hop class starts with the study of the basic steps and a physical preparation into floor-work to reach a fun LA new-style choreography ..Dancers of all styles and levels are welcome

One day: £20
Both days: £30
No concessions
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Anna Buonomo comes from Rome, Italy. She studied ballet since the age of 6 in Naples with international teachers. In 2001 she won a scholarship from International Arts Events for Modern and Hip-Hop classes of Mauro Astolfi (Spellbound Dance Company) at I.A.L.S. Institute in Rome, Italy, where she also studied contemporary dance. She has danced for choreographers such as M. Astolfi, C. Felicioni, M. Garofalo, O. Malatiska, D. Natali. In 2005 she founded her own company, Bricolage Dance Movement, in collaboration with Michela Mucci. In 2008 she moved to London joining NU Tempo Dance Company, Everaldo Pereira, and Vocab Dance Company, Alesandra Seutin.