07.01 - 11.01 Valerie Kommer (Dynamic Floor Release)
14.01 - 18.01 Teachers Week
18.01 María Mercedes
21.01 - 25.01 Adam Ster (Contemporary Ballet)
28.01 - 01.02 Nina Patricia Hänel (Somatics)
04.02 - 08.02 Alejandra Jara (Gaga)
11.02 - 15.02 Emanuele Soavi (Ballet)
18.02 - 22.02 Leonard Engel (Ballet)
25.02 - 01.03 Marianne Linder
04.03 - 08.03 Ayberk Esen
11.03 - 15.03 Mu-Yi-Kuo
18.03 - 22.03 Tanja Marin Fridjonsdotti
25.03 - 29.03 Nir de Volff
01.04 - 05.04 Evangelous Poulinas
Ort Tanzfaktur | Siegburgerstraße 233w-235, 50679 Köln
Uhrzeit 10 - 11.30 Uhr
Kosten 6€ Einzeltermin / 50€ 10er Karte (45€ für IG Mitglied)
Easter Intensive 2019
ENDLESS BODY GAME mit Anton Lachky
Fr 19. / Sa 20. / Su 21. April 2019
Ort Tanzfaktur Studio 5 / Siegburger Str. 233W, 50679 Cologne
Teilnahmegebühr 115 EUR / 90 EUR für Studierende oder angemeldet bevor 29.03.2019
Verfügbarkeit 25 Teilnehmer
Anmeldefrist 10. März 2019 / Anmeldung: firstname.lastname@example.org
PUZZLE WORK opens the door to an endless variety of different combinations within your
DANCE by playing, organizing and reorganizing your body in simple, more complex and in
many different ways it allows you to keep playful all the time while dancing.
HOW COLOURFULL YOUR DANCING CAN BE? the body functions the way we wish or
rather how we allow it to function.
This game of Puzzle Work is a never-ending process and a never-ending game if we wish so
and allow it to be. Each body has its own BALANCE, its own LOGIC and its own LIMITATIONS.
I feel lucky today to be discovering where my balance is and where my limitations are and
how I can transform and integrate that in my dancing.
Anton Lachky-Puzzle Work
If I take 6 different numbers compared to the lock of a bike, the variety of number
combinations is endless - that’s how we keep our bike safe:)
DANCING IS NOT THE NUMBER and WE ARE NOT THE BIKE LOCK but with 6 different
movements we can play an endless game with the body depending on the order of
movements. How large is the scale of our movement? That’s where ENDLESSNESS steps in.
How many possibilities do we have? As I mentioned before we are not a bike lock and
movements are not numbers but with what speed frame, size, texture, intension and in
which context and most importantly with what FEELING do we move?
IDO WE ALL HAVE ACESS TO THE SPEED? I
Yes, we do.
WHO IS PUZZLE WORK FOR? Any dancer and mover of any category who loves to move
and wants to discover his/her physical possibilities, his/her abilities and his/her own
coordination skills. Dancers who like to be challenged and who are willing to learn more.
Is it only for contemporary dancers? Absolutely not, it’s for any dancer who loves physical
challenges (urban dance, ballet, circus, acrobats, gymnasts and any other movement lovers).
Born in 1982 in Slovakia, Anton started to dance at the age of 5, in the folk dance company
Maly Vtácnik. He continued his dance education at the J.L.Bellu Conservatory in Banská
Bystrica, where he collaborated with friends and also participated in M.A.P.A. (Moving
Academy for Performing Arts).From there he went on to train at the University of Bratislava
in 2001, followed by further training at P.A.R.T.S., headed by A.Teresa de Keersmeaker
Anton became member of Akram Khan Company in March 2004 and toured "MA" for two
years. (48 countries all over the world). Anton Lachky is co-founder of Les SlovaKs Dance
Collective. They created their first piece "Opening Night" in 2006 and premiered it in
October 2007, then Journey Home (2009) , Fragments (2011). In three creations, the
collective acquires a planetary fame.
Artistic director of Anton Lachky Company
Anton founded his own company in 2012. "Mind a Gap" (2013) was his first autonomous
creation, followed by « Side Effects" and « Cartoon » (2017) . This first creation for young
public earned him the Price of the Culture Minister Alda Greoli. All these creations were met
with great enthusiasm by the public, the press and the dance community. They all toured
worldwide. « Cartoon » and « Side effect » are still touring internationally. In 2019 he
creates the fourth production of his company: « LUDUM ». Premiere in La Balsamine. (BXL)
Commissioned works Praised and invited by major institutions, Anton has created some
fifteen pieces over the last ten years. As a guest choreographer, he created "Softandhard" -
Helsinki City Theater, "Heaven is the place" for Prague DOT 504, "Perfect Day To Dream"
(Best choreography/Griman Award 2012 in Iceland) for Iceland Dance Company, "Kids in a
play" (nominated for « Best choreography ») for Liberdance / Zagreb, "Sens Interdit" for
Bodhi Project (SEAD), "Magical Road" for St-Gallen, « Wonderland" for GöteborgsOperans
Danskompani, « A demain » for the Biennale of Venice, « Dreamers » for the Scottish dance
Theater, "Private games, chapter one" Body Traffic/ Los Angeles (US), Family Journey for
DOT 504, (CZ), « Triology » for Collective Cla (Costa Rica). Nocna Iluzia/Narodni Divaldo (SK);
« Fortuneville » for the Icelandic Dance Company ( nominated for Best choreographer at
the Griman Award 2018). In november 2018, he creates for Central Europe Dance Theater
« Special society » in Budapest (HU).
He created a system called Anton Lachky-Puzzle Work. His teaching activities are wide
ranging. He has been invited in most of the countries in the world over last 10 years.
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