February 9, 2018 | 10 am – 12 pm
FULL – 5 spots for drop-ins
La Veronal proposes an approach to their particular body language based on the development of a personal technique, which starts with dissecting movements, distorting and perverting them while using theatricality and film references, as well as a solid body base. Through composition exercises and adaptations of the company’s repertoire, the dancers will be encouraged to find their own path of research and create their own interpretation of the movement.
Marcos Morau and his team of dancers have developed a specific movement code called KOVA, a manual, a map, which includes a set of rules and coordinates used to guide the choreographic language.
Marcos Morau studied choreography at the Institut del Teatre in Barcelona, the Conservatorio Superior de Danza in Valencia and the Movement Research in New York. He created La Veronal in 2005, a company formed by artists from dance, film, photography and literature backgrounds. The artistic team’s purpose lies directly on a constant search for new expressive medias, for cultural references – cinema, literature, music and photography, mostly – to bet on a strong narrative language with the intention of forming global art spaces. Marcos Morau has been awarded with the National Dance Award in 2013, and won, with his creations, prizes in many national and international choreography competitions such as the Choreography Contest in Copenhagen and the International Choreography Competition Hannover.
$15 /Workshop | Studio Peter-Boneham – EJPP
With the generous collaboration of Danse Danse
To register, please contact Daniel Villeneuve at 514 525-1569 or at email@example.com.
Photo: © Jesus Robisco