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Thu 2 May - Sun 5 May
CID - Centro Internazionale della Danza

Discovering paths through body awareness: contemporary lab

During the class we will connect with the organic body avoiding the formalities and diverting our impulses from known paths through improvisations that slowly will be gaining complexity.
The practise seeks to help to increase body awareness at the same time that liberates the mind to free it from existent restrictions through games. Recycling our energy using the necessary, without decorations we will travel through our body map discovering unexplored corners.
In partner exercises, the partner's body will become the medium to discover new possibilities that individually would be more complicated to find. Playing to evade ourselves from the judgement we will enter into the group energy.

Marina Mascarell

Danced with the Nederlands Dans Theater II, Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet, and Nederlands Dans Theater I. She studied Pedagogy applied to Dance at the Rey Juan Carlos University. Later she was awarded her Master’s Degree in Performing Arts from the same University.
Since 2011 Marina is a freelance choreographer. Marina’s has created works for  GoteborgsOperans Danskompanie, Gothenburg, Sweden; Lyon Opera Ballet,  France; Skanes Dansteater, Malmo, Sweden; Dance Forum Taipei, Taipei, Taiwan; Nederlands Dans Theater 2, The Hague, The Netherlands and Ballet Junior of Geneve, Geneve, Switzerland. She is Associate Artist at Mercat de les Flors, Barcelona, Spain and resident choreographer at Korzo Theater, The Hague, Netherlands. Her independent works with Korzo Theater Productions, The Netherlands, are being toured internationally around Asia, Europe and South America.
At the XIX Choreographic Competition of Madrid, Marina won Outstanding Dancer with a scholarship to the American Dance Festival in North Carolina and Movement Research in New York. Her first piece Discovering Secrets received the third prize, Audience Award and Scholarship for DanceWeb Europe in the XX Choreographic Competition of Madrid. Like an Olive Tree (creation for Dance Forum Taipei) was nominated as “One of the best performances of 2010” in Taiwan. Marina was selected to be part of Choreoroam 2012, a research project on choreography with the support of the European Union Culture Programme. She has been awarded with the BNG Excellent Dans Award 2015 in The Netherlands. She was nominated to the Dans Prize of Nederlands Dansdagen 2016. She was nominated by Barcelona Critics Awards 2016 for Best International Performance, Best Choreography and Best Scenography with her work Mongrel made for GoteborgsOperans Danskompani.


From 2 to 5 May 2019
All days from 10 am to 12 am and from 1 pm to 4 pm

Price: 220 euro

Where: CID-Centro Internazionale di Rovereto, Corso Rosmini 58

Participants must sign up by calling 0464 431660 or by writing to cid@centrodelladanza.it.

Since the workshops will be started by the CID after reaching a minimum number of participants it is essential that registrations are received as soon as possible.

The registration fee will not be refunded under any circumstances.