Release Ballet

Andrea Nagl
Training/Advanced Level
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Andrea
Nagl

lives in Vienna and works as a freelance contemporary dancer, teacher, choreographer and as a cranial works practitioner. She has collaborated in dance with Editta Braun, Elio Gervasi, Silvia Both, Benoît Lachambre, Tanz*Hotel/Bert Gstettner, and Cie. Smafu/Elisabeth Orlowsky, among others.

Since 2006 numerous projects and interventions in collaboration with media artist Markus Wintersberger, many of them site-specific, in public space and based on instant composition. Recent choreographic research on the compositional principles of music and intense collaboration with composer Karlheinz Essl.

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Andrea Nagl
Fri20. 
Sep
09.15–10.30
TQW Studios

This training runs from 20 September until 20 December 2019. No training on 1 November.

Release Ballet focuses on an anatomical-organic, self-reliant approach to ballet technique. Major influences are principles of the Klein Technique (Barbara Mahler, Susan Klein) and associated concepts of connections in the body as well as inspirations from release and somatic approaches. The clear structure of the slow and meticulous work at the barre helps establish a neutral alignment, which forms the basis of a free, organic flow of movement. Centre practice concentrates on fluid and expansive dancing through efficient use of energy and experiencing a free flow. A stress-free atmosphere encourages the dancers to develop musicality, dynamism and speed in order to learn complex movement sequences.

Andrea
Nagl

lives in Vienna and works as a freelance contemporary dancer, teacher, choreographer and as a cranial works practitioner. She has collaborated in dance with Editta Braun, Elio Gervasi, Silvia Both, Benoît Lachambre, Tanz*Hotel/Bert Gstettner, and Cie. Smafu/Elisabeth Orlowsky, among others.

Since 2006 numerous projects and interventions in collaboration with media artist Markus Wintersberger, many of them site-specific, in public space and based on instant composition. Recent choreographic research on the compositional principles of music and intense collaboration with composer Karlheinz Essl.

naglandrea.com

 
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