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Sat 13 Mar - Sun 14 Mar

Choreographic Material Landerer

In this workshop the participants will have an insight of the repertoire and style of the German choreographer Felix Landerer. His movement language focuses on the uniqueness of everyone: the floorwork and its expressive power, the research on the movement through a playful approach, the communicative potential of every single gesture.

Who does it interest?
Professional dancers and vocational dance students. The workshop will be held in English.

Felix Landerer
Felix Landerer (Germany) started training as a dancer at Gymnasium Essen-Werden and the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt. He has danced professionally for fifteen years before transitioning to work full time as a freelance choreographer in 2006. In the same year he founded his own company LANDERER&COMPANY. In 2011 he was appointed as house choreographer at Scapino Ballet Rotterdam Along with choreographing for his own company, Landerer has been creating works for the Nederlands Dans Theater and several other dance companies all across Europe and the United States.
Felix also spearheads community inclusivity programs in Hannover, with the intention to share his passion for movement and non-verbal communication with people from all walks of life.


Saturday 13
th March 2021 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday 14th March 2021 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Where: Corso Rosmini 58, Rovereto (TN)
Level: Intermediate/advanced
Fee: 95 euro

Early booking: if you book before 05th February 2021 you will have a 20% discount on the registration fee.

- online --> click on the SIGN UP button in the top right corner (online payment by credit card or PostePay)
- by calling +39 0464 431660
- by email to cid@centrodelladanza.it and sending the registration form
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The registration fee will not be refunded in any case, except for health reasons or for cancellation of the activity due to the COVID-19 situation.

In accordance with Ministerial and Provincial regulations, the activity will be carried out maintaining the interpersonal distance between participants.

Photo Arne Gutknecht