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Ina Broeckx & imPerfect Dancers: workshops

Ina Broeckx & imPerfect Dancers: workshops

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imPerfect Dancers Company is pleased to offer to the people of Gdansk this unique workshop. This workshop consists of a journey through pieces of the company’s repertoire. The class implements a movement-game of short phrases that are involving the basics of Matteini-Broeckx’s choreographic language. The intention of this game is that all the participants find a way how to transform their limitations into abilities, exploring the emotional side of one’s being.

We just love sharing our experience and passion for dance. – Ina Broeckx

Dance workshops are a part of the „Summer Shakespeare Academy” during the 23rd Gdańsk Shakespeare Festival
Cooperation: Amareya Theatre
Workshops led by: Ina Broeckx and imPerfect Dancers Company members

WHEN: 26.07.2019 (Friday), at 17:00 ( was 16:00)
WHERE: Nowa Synagoga, ul. Partyzantów 7, Gdańsk-Wrzeszcz
FOR: This workshop can be attended by  professionals, amateurs, actors, people that are open minded and want to experiment.

Workshop in English, no translation provided.
Free admission. Places limited. Previous enrolment necessary at: amareya.theatre@gmail.com

Ina Broeckx
Artistic Director and Co-choreographer
Ina Broeckx (born 2 June 1971), a native of Belgium, graduated from the Royal Ballet School, Antwerp (Belgium) and has danced with internationally renowned companies such as the Nederlands Dans Theater II, the Centre Chorégraphique National de Tours, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo, the Opéra National de Lyon and the Fondazione Nazionale della Danza – Compagnia Aterballetto. During her career, she has been fortunate enough to dance in works by world-famous choreographers, including Balanchine, Jirí Kilián, Hans Van Manen, Mats Ek, William Forsythe, Angelin Preljoçaj, Nacho Duato, Ohad Naharin, Paul Lightfoot, Itzik Galilli, Jacopo Godani, Maguy Marin, John Alleyne, Karole Armitage, Claude Brumachon and many Others.