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Spring time COURSES and WORKSHOPS !

At VEDANZA STUDIOS you will find a variety of classes and workshops in a wide range of artistic and somatic disciplines for adults and children, throughout the year!  FOR CHILDREN • Guitar lessons • Percussions (hand drumming) classes • Interdisciplinary Art workshops • Dance Science Net educational activities • Sophrology workshop / relaxation for children FOR [...]

LIVE ROOM 18 Sep 2021

Live Room comes back on 18th Sep 2021 with Fabrice Bez (accordion), Emanuela Iacopini (movement), Jérôme Fohrer (contrabass), Anne Wirth (text/movement), Franck Hemmerlé (percussion), Rajivan Ayyappan (sound) meeting for the 35th edition of the Live Room. Live Room Series is a monthly event curated by Rajivan Ayyappan at VEDANZA STUDIOS. Doors open at 21:00, [...]

Refresh your BalletBodyLogic with Annemari Autere 3-4 July 2021

We are happy to announce the next workshop in the series of the Dance Science Net program: BalletBodyLogic master class with its founder Annemari Autere BalletBodyLogic, created by Annemari Autere, is an innovative approach to movement analysis. Her vision of the muscular system consisting of inside and outside muscles where technique is taken care [...]

BLAST on tour: 12 Jun 2021 Coimbra Portugal

12 Jun 2021 @ SET festival, Convento Sao Francisco, Coimbra BLAST BLAST is the latest choreographic production by VEDANZA Luxembourg created and performed by Emanuela Iacopini (IT/LU) in collaboration with Frey Faust (US/DE), Yuko Kominami (LU/JP/PT), and Saju Hari (UK/IN) to an original sound track by Rajivan Ayyappan (IN/LU).  BLAST reflects on destruction and creation, [...]

The Axis Syllabus in Application – Dancing together and apart – Frey Faust 21-22 Nov 2020

We are happy to announce the next workshop in the series of the Dance Science Net program: The Axis Syllabus in Application - dancing together and apart The Axis Syllabus is the instrument of a world wide effort to facilitate education and literacy in movement. Movement education/literacy is much the same as linguistic literacy. [...]

Missed the premiere of BLAST…? Next on 19 Nov 2020 at Capé Ettelbruck !

If you have missed the premiere... here it comes again ! 19 Nov 2020 @ 20h at Capé Ettelbruck - TICKET BLAST BLAST is the latest choreographic production by VEDANZA Luxembourg created and performed by Emanuela Iacopini (IT/LU) in collaboration with Frey Faust (US/DE), Yuko Kominami (LU/JP/PT), and Saju Hari (UK/IN) to an original sound [...]

Contemporary dance workshop with Saju Hari 14-15 Nov 2020

Saju Hari's contemporary dance style is an amalgam of his experience as a dance artist working across styles and various concepts. His style is also based heavily on the earthy movement quality of his base training in Kalarippayattu, the Indian Martial art. Saju will take the participants through a dynamic and creative dance process working with [...]

Contact Improvisation workshop with Karl Frost on 24 Oct 2020

Two Body System We explore moving together as an interdependent system, providing and accepting support and opportunities for movement and flight in a constantly changing puzzle. We explore ease in motion and the pleasure of compression and off-balance. This Contact Improv workshop will be taught by Karl Frost live on ZOOM while the participants [...]

Dance Science Net: The Axis Syllabus 2021 – NEW DATES ? with CVL

The Conservatoire de la Ville de Luxembourg and Dance Science Net are happy to announce the next professional development training in Kinésiologie posturale: The Axis Syllabus (in EN, FR, DE) Dynamic Geometry - Classical Esthetics updated using The Axis Syllabus The Axis Syllabus (AS) is an open-source resource toolbox, a constantly evolving reference system, [...]

LIVE ROOM SERIES

A monthly event Diversity of form and practice is what makes Live Room Series so interesting for audiences and artists alike. It includes performances and concerts where artists meet and play together spontaneously with liveness. Sculptors, poets, musicians, dancers, performers, or media artists form drawings or sketches experimenting with moments of encounter as the [...]