The Art House presents
Dancer Workshop 8-12 years - Sydney Dance Company
7 Aug 2021 Showing at The Art House Studio
This workshop is the rescheduled date from Thursday 1st July. All existing ticket holders have been transferred.
All Art House patrons will be seated in line with current NSW Public Health Order guidelines at the time of performance. CLICK HERE to view the current COVID safety measures, updated as legislation changes.
Taught by two Sydney Dance Company professional dancers, this exclusive workshop experience will guide participants as they learn repertoire from the Company’s current season of Impermanence. Participants will also be guided through a technical warm-up, contemporary dance technique, and composition/choreographic tasks Rafael Bonachela has used to create Impermanence.
Dance is an art form that can be embodied and experienced, inspiring a variety of physical, social and creative benefits in students and young people. Sydney Dance Company’s education and community engagement programs aim to increase Australia’s access to contemporary dance which allow for life-long learning experiences, transforming minds, bodies and souls.
Who can attend:
Numbers will be capped at 25 participants so get in quick to reserve your place!
Founded in 1969 by dancer Suzanne Musitz, and soon known as The Dance Company (NSW), from 1975-1976 the Company was directed by Dutch choreographer Jaap Flier, before the appointment of Australian choreographer Graeme Murphy in 1976. In 1979 Murphy and his partner Janet Vernon instituted the defining name change to Sydney Dance Company and proceeded to lead it for a remarkable 30 years. Murphy and his collaborators created work that enthralled audiences in Australia and in extensive international touring, including being the first western contemporary dance company to perform in the People’s Republic of China.
Sydney Dance Company has been led since 2009 by Spanish-born Artistic Director Rafael Bonachela. Under Bonachela’s direction, Company has cemented its reputation as a creative powerhouse, with an acclaimed group of dancers presenting new work by Bonachela and other choreographers, designers, composers and musicians. The Company has expanded its reach into the towns and cities it visits across Australia with work for schools and local dancers.
Since 1986 the Company has been a resident of the purpose-built, and recently refurbished, studios at The Wharf in Sydney’s Walsh Bay, minutes from the city’s famed Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House.