ORKESZTIKA ALAPÍTVÁNY - MOZDULATMŰVÉSZETI STÚDIÓ

 
SUMMER DANCE ACADEMY 2009
ORGANISED BY ORKESZTIKA FOUNDATION
At KENDLIMAJOR ARTISTIC ACADEMY
26th July - 3rd August 2009.

The Summer Academy at Kendlimajor Art Academy offers you many technical classes of modern dance and a possibility to research, to experiment with movements. We specially offer this workshop to the people who are interested in the traditions of modern dance and the development of that according to up-to-date expectations. Besides the technical classes and the workshops you can participate on dance theory lectures and you can see dance films too. The Laboratory taking place between Nagykanizsa and Zalakaros in a beautiful location, living at farmhouses in Hungary.
The intensive work will end with a short presentation for an invited audience in the different places of Kendlimajor.

Fascinating experimenting assembly with vacation and a lot of learning.

The quality of the Summer Dance Academy is guaranteed by the previously organized academies and courses, and by the teachers' experiences of the last eighteen years in performing, teaching and the decades of theoretical research work they have done.

Application form can be downloaded from >>>here<<< or be requested by e-mail or at the Art of Movement Studio..

 
 
 
 

 
 
Schedule:
 
 

26th July 2009.
 
 

from 18.00
 
arrival by self
from 20 .00
 
dinner and opening party


 
 
July 27, 2009. - August 2, 2009.
 
 

9.00 o'clock
 
breakfast
10.00-11.30
 
Modern dance technique class (Hungarian Art of Movement - Orkesztika)
11.45-13.15
 
Modern dance technique class (Graham technique)
13.15-16.00
 
Free time
16-17.30
 
Workshop session (creative improvisation)
18.00-19.00
 
Dance Theory lecture or dance film presentation
19.30
 
Dinner
20.30
 
Workshop demonstration (on the first three days)
From 21.30
 
Workshop feedback, fun around the bonfire
     


 
 
August 2nd, 2009.
 
 

2008-as csapat
19.00
 
Public premiere!!!!
 
 
Followed by dinner and closing party


 
 
August 3rd 2009. 10.00 departure (by self)
 





Everyone is welcome to join!

Participation Fee:
60.000 Ft - with admission
(admission given by the Orkesztika Alapítvány can only be given to Hungarian citizens).
80.000 Ft / person - full price


Participation fee includes:
- the registration fee (50% of the participation fee)
- accomodation in country houses, in rooms with 2-3 beds (bathrooms inside)
- two meals a day (continental breakfast, hot dinner)
- the usage of the swimming pooland the locations of Kendlimajor Academy
- participation on dance classes and all sessions of the camp

Application:

Hungarian applicants shall turn to the Orkesztika Alapítvány for the 26% of the participation fee.

Deadline of Application: 20th May, 2009, 18.00 o'clock!!!!


Application form can be downloaded from>>>here<<< or be requested by e-mail or at the Art of Movement Studio.



Deadline of payment:
July 1, 2009.

Summer Dance Academy is also announced for applicants from foreign countries.
It is open for everyone, who wants to create and perform over the age of 18 years.
Application form can be downloaded from>>>here<<< or be requested by e-mail or at the Art of Movement Studio.
You are all welcome to join!





Fotó: Pelczer Dóra
Márk Fenyves  

(1973) dancer, choreographer, pedagogue, dance historian, organizer, visual designer,
University MA-diploma (1998, MIE - Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest), Artist of Movement, Esthetical Physical Educator - Kinethologist (1997, MMKE-HIETE - Hungarian Movement Culture Society - Hajnal Imre Medical University), Modern Dance Pedagogue (2006, MTF - Hungarian Dance Academy).
One of the last art of movement-representatives. After his studies of fine arts (1987-1991), he starts dancing on the influence of Imre Eck's choreographies.
Orkesztika-studies by Mária Tatai (1991-1995), Ildikó Keresztúri (1992-1993) and Dr. Gedeon Dienes (1995-2005). He learns art of movement from original source as the student of Sára Berczik (1995-1999), Éva, E.Kovács, Ágnes Szőllösi, Judit Kármán, Zsuzsa Egri, etc, and since 1994 contemporary and standard dance-techniques (Éva Gálik, Ákos Hargitai, Viktor Fülöp, Dóra Kolozsvári, Gábor Goda, Katalin Lőrinc, Ide van Heiningen, etc.). From 1993 had learned light-designing: Sándor Király, Csaba Polgár, György Árvai, Péter Kovács Gerzson, Ross Cameron. From 2001 to 2005 MTF - Hungarian Dance Academy, branch in Pécs: Annamária Bólya, Béla Földi, Ádám Fejes, Mariann Gaál, Pál Lovas, Éva Molnár, Oktávia Szigeti, Dóra Uhrik, László Kircsi, Katalin Kéri, Mária Fükéné Walter.
As dancer he starts as member of Orchestics Movement Theater (1992-2005), later in Dekadance and other companies.
For art of movement's preservation and development he founds together with István Pálosi Duncan-Dienes Orkesztika School (1997), Art of Movement Studio (2001), and Hungarian Art of Movement Company (1 More Movement Theater, 1995). He is artistic director, dancer, choreographer and visual designer of the company.
As pedagogue, he teaches since 1992 orkesztika, art of movement, dance-theory and history, also art-history and fine arts in Hungary and foreign countries, since 2002 regularly at PPKE-BTK (Péter Pázmány Catholic University - Faculty of Humanities) and SOTE-EFK (Semmelweis University - Faculty of Physical Education and Sports Sciences). Since 1994 he participates as a specialist and performer in several pedagogical, artistic, research, - and museum-institute's professional programs. As a dance-researcher his field is the Hungarian modern dance methodological and pedagogical characteristics, it's theory, practice and history. He is the organizer of several exhibitions and the editor of many publications.
Since 1997 he takes an active part in the professional public life.
Offices: member of the management in the Contemporary Dance Theater Club (1997-2002), curatorial leader at Orkesztika Alapítvány (Foundation) (1998-), President of the Hungarian Dance Science Society (2003-)
Main publications: Art of Movement Series (1999-), In the Mirror of Documents (2005)
Prizes: Alternative Theater Festival- (2000, 2001, 2002, 2006 - Thealter International), Special Prize at the III. And the IX. National Contemporary Festival of Arts - Festival of the Dance in Veszprém (2000, 2006), Viktor Fülöp-scholarship (2005), "For the Art of Dance"; prize from the Hungarian Art of Dance Association (2006).




HUNGARIAN ART OF MOVEMENT - ORKESZTIKA

My instructions of Orkesztika and artistic motion follow strictly the theory of Dienes - system of movements. In the praxis I alloy them with traditional techniques learned from other classical masters in artistic motion especially with those I learned from Sára Berczik and I am adding to them my own experiences.
The purpose of my sessions is to develop body awareness, perception of space, sense of time,
to expand dynamic feeling, to form personality and to teach many other things than can be taught by moving. We will be learning simplest looking things - that are even therefore very difficult- such as: to stand, to walk etc. Contrary to all other sessions, almost in every case we will approach movements with always new exercises.
According to my pupils that is the reason why this course is so special: one never can know what we will be doing the following session, at all times we are studying something else, just in conformity with the topic I want my pupils to perceive.





LECTURES ON DANCE HISTORY
AND DANCE THEORY

The sessions will cover motion history - dance challenges, theory of motion - analysis of movement, history of art - style morphology, visualization, and dynamism.



Fotó: Pelczer Dóra



Fotó: Pelczer Dóra
István Pálosi  
(1971) dancer, choreographer, pedagogue, organizer,


Studies at Hungarian Dance Academy (National Ballet Institute) from 1982 to 1991, then gets MAPA (Moving Academy for Performing Arts) scholarship in Berlin (1995), later at Folkwang Hochschule in Essen (1997-1998, teachers: J. Cebron, Malou Airaudo, Á. Pallai), and also studies at the Modern Dance Pedagogy Faculty of Hungarian Dance Academy (2001-2005). Learns modern dance from Katalin Lőrinc, Éva Gálik, Ákos Hargitai, orkesztika from Mária Tatai, Márk Fenyves, art of movement from Sára Berczik, Éva E. Kovács, Judit Kármán, Ágnes Szöllősi and Dr. Gedeon Dienes. He teaches ballet and art of movement in Hungary and foreign countries (MMKE - Hungarian Movement Culture Society, CEU - Central European University, HIETE (Hajnal Imre Medical University), PTE (University of Pécs), Moscow, Warsaw, Duncan Center Conservatory, Prague) since 2002 regularly at SOTE-EFK (Semmelweis University - Faculty of Physical Education and Sports Sciences).
He starts his dancer-career in the child-group of Vasas Dance Club, and then continues as a child soloist in Erkel Theater. 1994-1995 he is a dancer of Orchestics Movement Theater, where he gets in connection with art of movement: for it's preservation and development he founds together with Márk Fenyves Duncan-Dienes Orkesztika School (1997), Art of Movement Studio (2001), and the Hungarian Art of Movement Company (1 More Movement Theater, 1995). He is director and leader of the Hungarian Art of Movement Company, organizer in charge of all programs by Orkesztika Alapítvány (Foundation) (since 1999).
Prizes: Alternative Theater Festival - (2000, 2001, 2002, 2006 - Thealter International), Special Prize at the III. And the IX. National Contemporary Festival of Arts - Festival of the Dance in Veszprém (2000, 2006), "For the Art of Dance", prize from the Hungarian Art of Dance Association (2006).



HUNGARIAN ART OF MOVEMENT

 
My classes are based on traditional Hungarian modern dance, developing body consciousness, coordination and the use of space. Purpose of the art of movement is the creation of the artist's individual method and style, which we are seeking together during class. We work out trends and technique for the movement of art in the 21st century.



GRAHAM-TECHNIQUE - CONTEPMORARY DANCE

 
Martha Graham is considered the "mother" of modern dance that took shape in the United States of America during the beginning of the 20th century. Over time, her individual dance style was moulded into a technique and system. Graham's personality, physique, outlook formed the foundation of this technique of modern dance, which by now known worldwide. The systematic execution of her series of movements brings about in body awareness, coordination, and concentration. Additionally, they result in the expression and experience of dramatic feelings.



Fotó: Kerekes Emőke

WORKSHOP SESSIONS

Independent creative work in little groups at special space of the Academy. In the first three days the creative works are under fixed syllabus. On the other days the 3 or 4 groups working for the last presentation. Every participants will be once a coach or a cordinator, who gets out the main conception and guide the group. In this lessons you can develop your dance knowledge and creativity. We will look the performances of the workshop every night and discuss, give a feedback around the campfire.






Main Supporter: Antenna Hungária Zrt.

Supporters are: OKM, NCA, NKA, SEAT, DELTA Zrt., Kemikál Zrt., Orkesztika Alapítvány - Mozulatművészeti Stúdió


az Orkesztika Alapítvány  - Szóló Tánc és Duó Tánc Fesztivál programjaMozdulatművészeti GalériaGyűjteményes :)Kiadványainkaz 1912-ben alapított 1997-ben újralapított Duncan-Dienes Orkesztikai Iskolalinkekvendégkönyvünka Magyar Mozdulatművészeti Társulat - Még 1 Mozdulatszínház


Orkesztika Alapítvány / Orkesztika Foundation
Mozdulatművészeti Stúdió / Art of Movement Studio

H-1097 Budapest, Tagló u.11-13.


>>>További információ és bejelentkezés<<<
>>>More information<<<


Utolsó fissítés:
2009-04-22

A programváltoztatás jogát fenntartjuk!



Köszönjük, hogy személyi jövedelemadójának 1% -ával támogatja programjaink megvalósulását.

Orkesztika Alapítvány adószáma: 19701840-1-43




copyright
www.orkesztika.hu,
www.mozdulatmuveszet.hu