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les ballets C de la B
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les ateliers C de la B are ten days of workshops that focus on dance in the hometown of les ballets C de la B, Ghent. With an intensive workshop during the day and an evening program around the studios, les ateliers C de la B are a meeting place for experienced dancers and performers from diverse backgrounds. It’s a unique occasion to experience the company’s methodology and teacher’s knowledge.
 
Initiated by dancer/choreographer Lisi Estaras, the edition of summer 2017 is developed around the theme of ‘empathy’. What do we feel when we watch movement? Do we dance along even without moving? Do we go with the rhythm of the motion we see? Could it be possible that my mind activates identically to yours when you move your hand to reach for something ? What in fact are the boundaries between your feelings and mine, your actions and mine?
 
These questions go as a connecting thread through the ten days. From July 3 to 12, there are workshops by Nicolas Vladyslav, Ido Batash, Quan Bui Ngoc, Lisi Estaras and kabinet K. The first 7 days consist in the choice of one out of the proposed workshops, in which the teacher will work out an investigative course with the participants, inspired by the questions. The last 3 days are oriented towards exchange and experimentation, where all groups will gradually come together.
 
Les ateliers encourage mutual exchanges and sharing. This is also pursued in the evenings where the participants are invited to join for dinner, relaxing sessions, projections, Q&A’s. The dance studios stay opened until 10pm for the participants to share own material and to benefit from personal feedback.


t h e   w o r k s h o p s   
  
Nicolas Vladyslav - Desnudo / info
 
Ido Batash - Weird Wacky Wonderful / info
 
Quan Bui Ngoc - After the sunset / info
 
Lisi Estaras - Monkey Mind with others / info
 
Joke Laureyns & Kwint Manshoven (kabinet K) - trajeKt#5 (duo’s with adults and children aged 8-11) / info