Flying Low and Embracing Space

Online Training
Veronika Kulcsar
Training/Advanced Level
Slideshow
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Veronika
Kulcsar

has a passion for and experience in Improvisation, Instant Composition, Movement Research, Flying Low, Passing Through, Release Technique and as a choreographic assistant.

Interested in the different ways to use the body in order to communicate and express something, either an abstract story or research, as well as a concrete story, she tries to let these subjects influence her trainings as well.

veronikakulcsar.com

Veronika Kulcsar
Tue04. 
May
10.30–12.00
Zoom

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Mon 03 – Thu 06 May 2021, 10.30–12.00: € 16

Mon 10 – Wed 12 May 2021, 10.30–12.00: € 12

After studying for years with David Zambrano and his students, Flying Low and Passing Through have become Veronika Kulcsar’s main technical background from which she learned a lot about pathways, the use of space, entering the floor, being grounded, speed, precision and connection as a group. Flying Low and Passing Through are beneficial as a dance technique, as well as a social game for any body who likes to move. The way of connecting people as a group and exchanging ideas and motivation with each other is a very strong line in David Zambrano’s teaching method that Veronika Kulcsar wants to share with the participants from this training. This will be a dynamic and physically very active class.

“Over the past year I have had the chance to develop my own research within the principles of Flying Low and Passing Through which lead to my research called ‘Embracing space’. In this online training format we will go deep to find these principles within our bodies and awareness, creating and defining space with and within our bodies. My goal is to combine set material with common aspects of improvisation.” – Veronika Kulcsar

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Veronika
Kulcsar

has a passion for and experience in Improvisation, Instant Composition, Movement Research, Flying Low, Passing Through, Release Technique and as a choreographic assistant.

Interested in the different ways to use the body in order to communicate and express something, either an abstract story or research, as well as a concrete story, she tries to let these subjects influence her trainings as well.

veronikakulcsar.com

 
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