Workshop in Gaga, Improvisation and Methodics med Emma Rozgoni i samarbete med Dansalliansen 25/11-29/11 kl.12.00-16.00. Anmälan är öppen och sista anmälningsdag är den 10/11. Anmäl dig via denna länk: Dansalliansen
Emma was born in Sweden and holds her BA degree in dance from the National
Academy of Arts, Oslo. After years of researching Gaga, with Ohad Naharin and the
Batsheva Dance Company, freelancing and performing in Amsterdam and Israel, and
a year at the Gaga Teacher Program, Emma became a certified teacher of the
movement language in 2012.
Emma’s teaching resume includes CullbergBaletten, Carte Blanche Dance Company,
K.Kvarnström & Co, Skånes Dance Theatre, Norrdans, Iceland Academy of Arts
Emma is also co-manager and initiator of Metamorphosis- Improvisation and
Movement Research Festival, Sweden.
A workshop aiming to explore and experience the research of Gaga as a way to deepen the listening to one’s own physicality and scope of sensations. Furthermore to let this experience become a toolbox to support one’s dance within various improvisation tasks and scores of solo, partnering and group work.
The Gaga movement language originated from the belief in the healing, dynamic, everchanging power of movement, developed by Batsheva Dance Company’s artistic director Ohad Naharin.
The method offers a framework for discovering and strengthening the body, for challenging our movement habits and exploring the endless possibilities in a gentle way while lightening our senses and imagination.
The work improves instinctive movement and enhances the ability to use our energy within a wide range of different textures and qualities.
Gaga offers an experience of freedom and pleasure, each one with himself together with others.
“We connect to the sense of the endlessness of possibilities. We explore multidimensional movement, we enjoy the burning sensation in our muscles, we are ready to snap, we are aware of our explosive power, and sometimes we use it. We change our movement habits by finding new ones. We go beyond our familiar limits. We become calm and alert at once.”