WORKSHOPS AND ADDITIONAL EVENTS

We try to create a frame around our performances and around our visits to different tour destiantions. Find out what else you may do when Carte Blanche visits you town. Workshop: Would you like to develop as a dancer and performer? Join our workshops held by the same instructors as Carte Blanche dancers use!

Carte Blanche invites you to 2 – 4 workshops in the autumn. There are limited places – so if you want to be inspired to use your body in new ways – sign up today!

All workshops are held in in Studio Bergen, Nøstegaten 119 in Bergen. Fee NOK 250,- per workshop.

GAGA-WORKSHOP – NOAM EIDELMAN SHATIL

The Workshop

Just after the film about the Israeli choreographer Ohad Naharin “Mr Gaga”, we invite to a Gaga-workshop open for all at Studio Bergen.

This is a collaboration between Bergen International Film Festival and Carte Blanche.

Dates: Tuesday 27 September 2016  at 12:00 noon – 14:00
Location: Studio Bergen
Level: all levels
Fee: NOK 250

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The Workshop
Sun has a thorough knowledge of classical dance, combining our extensive experience in modern and contemporary dance. You should have knowledge of classical ballet to get the full benefit of his workshop. Sun Xiao Jun’s class is based on helping dancers discover the natural impulse of their own bodies, avoiding difficulties and in doing so learning to trust and believe in themselves.

Sun Xiao Jun
Sun Xiao Jun was a principal dancer at the Shanghai Ballet, the Ballet du Grand Theatre de Genève, the Zürich Ballet, Les Grands Ballets Canadiens and the Teatro del Maggio musica Fiorentino. He has danced a great range of pieces, varying from Petipa to Balanchine and Forsythe to Naharin.  As a teacher he has taught at many companies, studios and schools in the U.S.A,Europe and Asia.

Dates: Saturday 22 October 2016  at 10.00 am – 12.00
Location: Studio Bergen
Level: 1-3 years dance experience
Fee: NOK 250

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MÁTÉ MÉSZÁROS – PARTNERING

The Workshop
Our bodies are the same in every movement and a style – the possibilities for change are essential. We focus on these principles through various exercises and with different approaches. In the workshop explored floorwork and partnering based on material from Mates own performances.

Máté Mészáros
After Mate graduated from the Hungarian Dance Academy, he spent some years at the Szeged Contemporary Ballet, where he worked with Tamás Juronics. He left Hungary and worked with some of the most renowned choreographers in Europe, Ohad, Naharin, Wim Vandekeybus, Sharon Eyal, Amanda Miller, Roberto Galvan, Myrian Naisy and Robin Orlin. He was a member of the dance company Ultima Vez in six years. Currently working Máté Mészáros own projects and gives workshops internationally.

Dates: Sunday 5 November 2016  at xx.00 am – xx.00
Location: Studio Bergen
Level: 1-3 years dance experience
Fee: NOK 250

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