IlDance Choreographic Lab
Presented in partnership with The Mill and Adelaide College of the Arts
Open for Established and Emerging Choreographers and Dancers
In this laboratory choreographers Lee Brummer and Israel Aloni will share their movement methods, tools of choreographic exploration and unique philosophy in terms of the dialogue between our art form and its broad context.
The laboratory will include exploration of choreographic tasks, improvisation methods and dramaturgical references drawn from past works and current processes by Aloni and Brummer.
Israel Aloni and Lee Brummer are international independent choreographers, dance educators and guest performers. Together they direct the international dance company – ilDance.
Dates: Monday 3rd, Tuesday 4th and Wednesday 5th April, 2017
Times: 10.00 am – 4.15pm Daily
Venue: Adelaide College of the Arts, Level 3, 39 Light Square Adelaide
3 full days (recommended): $150
2 day option, Mon/Tues or Tues/Wed ONLY: $120
1 day option, Mon or Tues ONLY: $90
Bookings / Enquiries: via email to Katrina [email protected]
Payment: via electronic transfer on receipt of an email invoice
Aloni’s eclectic past includes working with world renown choreographers during his many years as a performer with GöteborgsOperans Danskompani. Throughout the years Aloni has also worked with independent choreographers and smaller projects around the world, his latest engagement as a full time performer was with Sasha Waltz & Guests in Berlin on the creation process of Sacre and Faun. Alongside his full career as a performer, Aloni developed his choreographic practice by working in independent projects as well as being commissioned by companies and organizations around the world. Gradually, Aloni’s curiosity in making work took over and he has been mainly researching, developing and making choreographic work over the past five years. Aloni is very dedicated to mentoring and guiding artists and students. As a teachers he has worked with professional companies, universities, academies and private schools across the globe. In his teaching practice, Aloni shares his unique approach to physicality and its importance as an expressive, communicative and visual means.
As a dancer, Brummer has worked with the Bat Dor Dance Company and Emanuel Gat Dance Company both in Israel, additionally she has worked with a variety of independent artists and projects. She frequently guest teaches in companies such as DV8, Norrdans, Australian Dance Theatre and National Dance Company Wales as well as working with students in schools and universities across the globe. Brummer leads a multidimensional practice where her experience in performing, teaching and making merge to support her own choreographic language and practice which are the ground on which she construct her artistic voice.
ilDance was founded by Aloni and Brummer, to foster and support their choreographic practice as independent makers. They choreograph and create work both together and individually for ilDance and for other dance companies around the world. When making work both Brummer and Aloni find great inspiration in humanity, psychology and physicality, Their original and specific movement language enhances the communicative element of their work.
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