Dance Bites is FORM Dance Initiatives’ curated signature program of up to date dance works produced by a few of the most progressive and thrilling unbiased choreographers and firms. Be taught the Repertoire, See the Present provides dance college students a novel alternative to be taught repertoire from every of the Dance Bites works in a workshop led by the artists adopted by a matinee efficiency and a post-show Q&A.
Workshop: 60 minutes (no break)
Exhibits: 50-90 minutes (plus 20 minutes Q&A)
Present and Workshop Bundle $32 per scholar and extra lecturers
Present and Q&A solely $25 per scholar and extra lecturers
LEARN THE REPERTOIRE SEE THE SHOW
For college kids years 9-12
Dance Makers Collective (DMC) is the main collective-led dance firm in Australia, with a novel artistic voice and course of that includes particular person and collective making, mashed as much as current distinctive, various and multifaceted concepts by way of dance and dance theatre.
This workshop will give college students an perception into the person and collective making processes of artists in DMC, sharing the methods DMC members generate, go on and manipulate choreography to harness the distinctive particular person abilities of the varied performers who make up the collective.
FRIDAY 13 OCTOBER 2023
10AM WORKSHOP Riverside Theatres, Parramatta
12.30PM Matinee Efficiency* and Q&A (Lennox Theatre, Riverside)
Scholar: $32 & extra lecturers (supervising instructor free)
Scholar: $25 (matinee solely)
PERCEPTIONS FRIDAY 21 JULY
PEPA MOLINA (Australia/Spain)
Perceptions sees flamenco dance artist Pepa Molina return to the Riverside stage following Bush Bailando premiered by FORM in 2016. Bush Bailando earned the artist the 2016 Dance Australia critic’s alternative for Most Attention-grabbing Artist. In her new work, Pepa will encompass herself with famend performers from Spain exploring the intricacies, superstitions and cliches in Flamenco’s previous and current.
The workshop will introduce college students to the artwork of Flamenco and its cultural historical past, an exquisite mix of leisure and training. College students will find out how Flamenco music, track and dance all relate to one another with demonstrations of the numerous Flamenco devices and strategies concerned in Perceptions corresponding to castañuelas (castanets) & Flamenco dance (Baile).
Appropriate for Years 9 – 12
Workshop at 10am
Present and Q&A at 12.30pm