12.–13.6.2019

Masterclass with Pál Frenák

Based on the latest choreography 'LUTTE', experiencing the culture of organic movement, self-awareness, giving an insight to the legendary Frenak-training methodology.

Ilmoittautuminen: 1.2.2019 klo 10.00 alkaen
Paikka: Musiikkikeskus, tanssisali
Opettaja: Pál Frenák
Hinta: 50,00 €

12.6.2019 | klo 13:30
13.6.2019 | klo 15:30

Aikataulu

Keskiviikko
13:30
15:30
Musiikkikeskus, tanssisali
Torstai
13:30
15:30
Musiikkikeskus, tanssisali

Method for workshop – Compagnie Pál Frenák

Compagnie Pal Frenak is more a constantly changing and creative than a reproducing type of theatre. This is why our aim is not the realization of the perfect movement but an insight to an inner attention towards ourselves, our partner and our environment. Observation, listening to the Self, reflection.

1. Space orientation: Mapping of the available space. Its observation from an exterior and than an interior position.

2. Free movement: Our method is based on observation again. There is no two similar bodies, so no universal technique either. We build a system for each participant by their own possibilities and scale of movements, through the specific organic movement system of Compagnie Pal Frenak.

3. Contact: Building up a confidence towards each other, through a series of movements taken from the choreography of ’Lutte’. This exercise does not need an anterior training, but it obliges the experience of the two precedent phases.

4. (Communication): Sharing of experiences in form of a discussion.

Pál Frenák

Pál Frenák was born in Budapest in 1957. His childhood was marked by the fact that his parents were severely hearing and speech impaired, making sign language his first means of expression. This rendered him especially receptive towards mimicry and gestures and all other ways of expressing content with the help of the human body.

In the quest for his vocation, he left Hungary for Paris in the middle of the 1980′s. He soon started working with many well-known artists from the world of classical ballet and studied Cunningham and Limon dance techniques. Thanks to his French wife’s network, architect Catherine Frenák, he gained entry into the world of contemporary artists whose influence helped him master the use of uncommon shapes and spaces. His works are deeply influenced by the movies of Italian film director Pier Paolo Pasolini, the ideas of Francis Bacon and Gilles Deleuze and – as he was awarded to the Choreographer’s Prize of Villa Kujoyama, Kyoto - the Japanese tradition of butoh, which he combines with thought-provoking mixture of the Western-European and the Middle-Eastern-European world.

In 1999, he transformed the ten-year-old Compagnie Pal Frenak into a Hungarian-French international cooperation by working together with young Hungarian dancers. The ensemble, now performing both in Paris, in Budapest, and all over the world, and is widely known for its unique style of dance that integrates mimicry, sign language and body language, combined with carefully chosen elements of circus, theater, fashion and contemporary music.

Not only does Pál Frenák have a wide repertoire as a choreographer, he also has a busy schedule as an instructor. He regularly organizes professional workshops, gives initiation shows to high-school students and he frequently meets his public, always putting great emphasis on the dialog with other art forms and the continuous, adequate cooperation with the public. He works together with some of the most renowned people in contemporary European music such as György Kurtág, Patrick Schneider, Fred Bigot or Fabrice Planquette.

Pál Frenák

Sijainnit

Musiikkikeskus, Kuopionlahdenkatu 23

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