This workshop runs from 24 till 28 September 2018.
Assistance: Anna Possarnig
A creative process that accompanies each of the participants, and enables them to work on a professional level building materials for solos and duets in connection with the current world of contemporary dance and dance performance. All this alongside the deepening of personality and the refinement of technical and physical capabilities.
For the Solo Coaching Workshop we are looking for dancers/performers who want to cross new borders, open up to possibilities and scratch the edges of potential and ability. People for whom movement is love and a way of life and of intellectual and artistic interest. The goal is to provide tools for creation, to create materials and hand them to participants, so that he/she can access auditions, contests, or any artistic aspiration to pursue their career. It is recommended to take the class memories in.formation at the same time in order to facilitate the process.
As we are only able to work with a very limited amount of participants in the solo coaching project due to the nature of the workshop, we ask you to apply with a short letter of intention, where you describe your intention concerning the solo, a CV and, if available, a video link. Also, to help the development of the process, inform us about your artistic vision, influences, goals and approach concerning the work we want to enhance. For applications and further information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
is a choreographer, dancer and teacher. After his graduation from the Bat-Dor School of Dance, Eldad Ben Sasson joined the Vertigo Dance Company, directed by Noa Wertheim and Adi Sha’al. In 1998 he joined the Batsheva Dance Company, where he danced to choreographies by Ohad Naharin, Mats Ek, Sharon Eyal, Paul Norton, Yoshifumi Inao, Yossi Berg and others. In 2007 he began to establish himself as an independent choreographer and freelance dancer.
He has collaborated with other choreographers such as Alexandra Waierstall, Orjan Andersson, Michael Getman, Noa Dar, Shintaro Oue, and many more. Throughout the years, Eldad Ben Sasson has been creating numerous projects and choreographic works for universities, companies, and festivals. He travels and performs around the world with his works and as a guest performer in different projects.