giovedì 7 febbraio 2013

GAGA WORKSHOP with DORON RAZ- 8/10 february

NOD is happy to offer GAGA workshop and NAHARIN repertory - TORINO Italy
with
DORON RAZ 
10-11-12 novembre  - N O D - Torino

NOD presso
la dimora coreografica Centro Danza Royal 
Via San Marino, 89/14 Torino

8-9-10 february 2013
Registrations from now..
20% discount for all participants of last Gaga workshop in November
RESERVATION REQUIRED WITHIN January 30
 
Le iscrizioni sono aperte
20% di sconto per tutti gli iscritti al workshop di NOVEMBRE senza obbligo della quota d'iscrizione 

PRENOTAZIONE OBBLIGATORIA ENTRO IL 30 gennaio
  Gaga Workshop and Naharin repertory  will be
 held by  

DORON RAZ  will teach Gaga and Naharin repertory

These classes are open to dancers age 17 and up.


GAGA schedule FROM 8 TO 10 FEBRUARY 

friday 8 february teacher DORON RAZ
h:10,0/11,15 Gaga Class  Punctuality is recommended
h: 11,30/13,30 Naharin repertory
 

saturday 9 february teacher DORON RAZ  
h: 10,00/11,15 Gaga class Punctuality is recommended
h: 11.30/13.30 Naharin repertory

sunday 10 february DORON RAZ
h: 10.00/11,15 Gaga class - Punctuality is recommended
h: 11,30/13,30 Naharin Repertory 


 If you are thinking to an original Christmas gift think to a....
 GIFT NOD (payment is due WITHIN DECEMBER 31st)

GAGA (3 days) € 150,00 + € 15,00 registration

Mauro ASTOLFI (2/3 febb) GAGA (8/10 febb) € 200,00 + registration

Mauro ASTOLFI + GAGA + PITZALIS (11 gen) € 220,00 + registration


Se pensi ad un regalo diverso....
 GIFT NOD entro il 31/12 (combinazione di due o più workshop)

GAGA  and Naharin repertory (3 days) € 150,00 + iscr

Mauro ASTOLFI (2/3 febb) GAGA (8/10 febb) € 200,00 + iscrizione per i non iscritti

Mauro ASTOLFI + GAGA + PITZALIS (11 gen) € 220,00 + iscrizione per i non iscritti


FEES after december 31 within January 30:

- ONLY GAGA LANGUAGE(3 DAYS)  € 90,00 + € 15,00 membership registration
- SINGLE GAGA CLASS € 35,00 + € 15,00 membership Registration valid for 1 date only ,

- GAGA AND NAHARIN REPERTORY (1 DAY)   €   70,00 + € 15,00 m.r.

- GAGA AND NAHARIN REPERTORY (2 DAYS) € 120,00 + € 15,00  m.r
- GAGA AND NAHARIN REPERTORY( 3 DAYS) € 180,00 + € 15,00 m.r. 

Registration is required € 15,00
L'iscrizione di € 15,00 è obbligatoria fatta eccezione per i già iscritti alla NOD a.s.d.- 
1h 15' GAGA language
2 h Repertorio Naharin
- 20% discount to teachers and professionals for those who enroll in all three days of workshop (requires presentation of copy of contract, to be under 35 years)
- Discount of 10% for those who make the payment no later than JANUARY 15 and
for those who enroll in all three days of workshop
DISCOUNTS CAN NOT BE COMBINED

It's forbidden to take photographs with camera, take pictures and use the phone in the Nuova Officina della danza a.s.d. during the lesson.

It's necessary to send a short professional c.v specifying if you have already participated in other gaga workshops to info@nuovaofficinadanza.it

Cancellation Policy

If you need to cancel your registration:

Until JANUARY 15, you will receive a full refund less a 30 Euro cancellation fee.
Between JANUARY AND FEBRUARY 7th, you will receive a 50% refund. If we will be able to fill the spot, you will receive a full refund minus a 30 Euro cancellation fee only.

Tuition will  be paid through bank and will be due by JANUARY 30:

NUOVA OFFICINA DELLA DANZA A.s.d. 
IBAN
- IT25X0690601015000000001183 BREUITM1

For any information about accomodations in Torino, dancers may contact: 

Tel 3356931525 Romina or
aspassoconnod@gmail.com



Sconto del 20% ad insegnanti e professionisti solo ed esclusivamente per i 3 giorni di workshop (è necessaria la presentazione del contratto di lavoro, avere un'età inferiore ai 35 anni)
Sconto del 10% per i nuovi iscritti e per chi effettua il pagamento entro e non oltre il 15 gennaio.(solo ed esclusivamente per i 3 giorni di workshop.

- GLI SCONTI NON SONO CUMULABILI
Doron Raz Avraham 
was born in Israel in 1984. She started dancing at the age of three and trained for eight years at the School for Contemporary Dance – Haya Zur. In 2000, at the age of sixteen, Doron was accepted to the Batsheva Ensemble. During the next five years, she danced for Ohad Naharin and Sharon Eyal. In 2005, she was appointed the Rehearsal Manager of the company and continued to dance with the group.
Since 2006, Doron has danced in the companies of other choreographers including Emanuel Gat, Anat Danieli, and Dana Ruttenberg. In 2009, she danced in Clipa Theater’s production of the Short Stories of Kafka.
Besides performing, Doron has created her own works which have been showcased in festivals throughout Israel and Japan. Her duet The Lemon of Pink (2005) was presented at the Intimadance Festival at Tmuna Theater, and her trio Hen (2007) was featured in the Shades of Dance Festival at the Suzanne Dellal Centre. Women of the World (2008), a duet, was presented at Hazira Habein-tchumit in Jerusalem.
While maintaining an active schedule as a performer and creator, Doron has been teaching Gaga since 2005. She teaches Gaga/people and Gaga/dancers at locations throughout Israel including Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Nir Eliyahu, Karkur, and the Zeadim (Steps) school in Kfar Saba. She has taught Gaga to underprivileged students in Schunat Ha’tikva’s Beit Dani and to Ethiopian youth in Yokne’am, and she has led classes at an Arab-Jewish community center in Jaffa. Since 2007, Doron has taught an annual Gaga course in the Japanese cities of Tokyo, Yokahama, Kyoto, Osaka, and Kobe. She has also led Gaga workshops at the Zurich University of the Arts in Switzerland (2009) and at Khadans in Antwerp, Belgium (2010). Doron manages Gaga abroad.

Cancellation Policy

If you need to cancel your registration:

Until JANUARY 15, you will receive a full refund less a 30 Euro cancellation fee.
Between JANUARY AND FEBRUARY 7th, you will receive a 50% refund. If we will be able to fill the spot, you will receive a full refund minus a 30 Euro cancellation fee only.

Tuition will  be paid through bank and will be due by JANUARY 30:
NUOVA OFFICINA DELLA DANZA A.s.d. 
IBAN
- IT25X0690601015000000001183 BREUITM1

For any information about accomodations in Torino, dancers may contact: 

Tel 3356931525 Romina or
aspassoconnod@gmail.com



Sconto del 20% ad insegnanti e professionisti (è necessaria la presentazione del contratto di lavoro, avere un'età inferiore ai 35 anni)
Sconto del 10% per chi effettua il pagamento entro e non oltre il 15 gennaio.

- GLI SCONTI NON SONO CUMULABILI

CANCELLAZIONE PRENOTAZIONE

Per cancellare la Vostra prenotazione:

Fino al 15 giugno riceverete piena restituzione meno € 30,00 della cancellazione

Dal 15 giugno al 7 febbraio la restituzione sarà del 50%. Se saremo  in grado riempire il posto, vi verrà restituita la totalità meno  € 30,00 della cancellazione.

PRENOTAZIONE OBBLIGATORIA ENTRO IL 30 gennaio
È vietato effettuare riprese con videocamera, fotografare e usare il telefono cellulare nell'area della Nuova Officina della danza a.s.d. durante le lezioni

OHAD NAHARIN has been hailed as one of the world’s preeminent contemporary choreographers. As Artistic Director of Batsheva Dance Company since 1990, he has guided the company with an adventurous artistic vision and reinvigorated its repertory with his captivating choreography. Naharin is also the originator of an innovative movement language, Gaga, which has enriched his extraordinary movement invention, revolutionized the company’s training, and emerged as a growing force in the larger field of movement practices for both dancers and non-dancers
Born in 1952 on Kibbutz Mizra, Ohad Naharin began his dance training with the Batsheva Dance Company in 1974. During his first year with the company, visiting choreographer Martha Graham singled out Naharin for his talent and invited him to join her own company in New York. While in New York, Naharin studied on scholarship at the School of American Ballet, furthered his training at The Juilliard School, and polished his technique with master teachers Maggie Black and David Howard. He went on to perform internationally with Israel’s Bat-Dor Dance Company and Maurice Béjart’s Ballet du XXe Siècle in Brussels.
Naharin returned to New York in 1980, making his choreographic debut at the Kazuko Hirabayshi studio. That year, he formed the Ohad Naharin Dance Company with his wife, Mari Kajiwara, who died of cancer in 2001. From 1980 until 1990, Naharin’s company performed in New York and abroad to great critical acclaim. As his choreographic voice developed, he received commissions from world-renowned companies including Batsheva, Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company, and Nederlands Dans Theater.
Naharin was appointed Artistic Director of Batsheva Dance Company in 1990 and has served in this role except for the 2003-2004 season, when he held the title of House Choreographer. During his tenure with the company, Naharin has choreographed over 20 works for Batsheva and its junior division, Batsheva Ensemble. He has also restaged over 10 of his dances for the company and recombined excerpts from his repertory to create Deca Dance, a constantly evolving evening-length work.
Naharin trained in music throughout his youth, and he has often used his musical prowess to amplify his choreographic impact. He has collaborated with several notable musical artists to create scores for his dances, including Israeli rock group The Tractor’s Revenge (for Kyr, 1990), Avi Belleli and Dan Makov (for Anaphaza, 1993), and Ivri Lider (for Z/na, 1995). Under the pseudonym Maxim Waratt, Naharin composed music for MAX (2007) and edited and mixed the soundtracks for Mamootot (2003) and HoraPlayback (2004), a solo evening which he directed and performed. (2009). Naharin also combined his talents for music and dance in
In addition to his work for the stage, Naharin has pioneered Gaga, an innovative movement language. Gaga, which emphasizes the exploration of sensation and availability for movement, is now the primary training method for Batsheva’s dancers. Gaga has also attracted a wide following among dancers around the world and appealed to the general public in Israel, where open classes are offered regularly in Tel Aviv and other locations.
Naharin’s compelling choreographic craft and inventive, supremely textured movement vocabulary have made him a favorite guest artist in dance companies around the world. His works have been performed by prominent companies including Nederlands Dans Theater, Ballet Frankfurt, Lyon Opera Ballet, Compañía Nacional de Danza (Spain), Cullberg Ballet (Sweden), the Finnish National Ballet, the Paris Opera Ballet, Balé da Cidade de São Paulo, Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet (New York), Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, and Les Grand Ballets Canadiens de Montréal. Naharin’s rehearsal process with Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet during a restaging of Deca Dance was the subject of Tomer Heymann’s documentary Out of Focus (2007).
Naharin’s rich contributions to the field of dance have garnered him many awards and honors. In Israel, he has received a Doctor of Philosophy honoris causa by the Weizmann Institute of Science (2004), the prestigious Israel Prize for dance (2005), a Jewish Culture Achievement Award by The Foundation for Jewish Culture (2008), a Doctor of Philosophy honoris causa by the Hebrew University (2008), and the EMET Prize in the category of Arts and Culture (2009). Naharin has also been the recipient of the Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres from the French government (1998), two New York Dance and Performance (Bessie) Awards (for Naharin’s Virus at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in 2002 and for Anaphaza at the Lincoln Center Festival in 2003), the Samuel H. Scripps American Dance Festival Award for Lifetime Achievement (2009), and a Dance Magazine Award (2009).



Gaga, the movement language developed by Ohad Naharin Gaga is a new way of gaining knowledge and self-awareness through your body. Gaga provides a framework for discovering and strengthening your body and adding flexibility, stamina, and agility while lightening the senses and imagination. Gaga raises awareness of physical weaknesses, awakens numb areas, exposes physical fixations, and offers ways for their elimination. The work improves instinctive movement and connects conscious and unconscious movement, and it allows for an experience of freedom and pleasure in a simple way, in a pleasant space, in comfortable clothes, accompanied by music, each person with himself and others.
“We become more aware of our form. We connect to the sense of the endlessness of possibilities. We explore multi-dimensional movement; we enjoy the burning sensation in our muscles, we are ready to snap, we are aware of our explosive power and sometimes we use it. We change our movement habits by finding new ones. We go beyond our familiar limits. We can be calm and alert at once.” – Ohad Naharin
 “La tecnica Gaga non impone di cambiare le nostre abitudini di movimento, ma ce ne fa scoprire di nuove. Impariamo ad ascoltare, guardare, confrontarci e giocare con il nostro corpo. Scopriamo la  passione per il movimento e lo sforzo fisico richiesto per eseguirlo, la nostra parte animalesca e il potere della nostra immaginazione. Impariamo a dosare in modo corretto le forze, a “usare” quelle degli altri e a proteggere muscoli e articolazioni dai traumi. Impariamo a sentire l’energia che scorre nel nostro corpo,  in ogni direzione”.


Ohad Naharin è  riconosciuto come uno dei coreografi contemporanei più autorevoli nel mondo. Come
direttore artistico della Batsheva Dance Company dal 1990, ha guidato la compagnia con
una visione avventurosa artistica e rinvigorito il suo repertorio con la sua coreografia
accattivante. Naharin è anche il creatore di un linguaggio innovativo del  movimento,
Gaga, che ha arricchito e rivoluzionato  lo stile della compagnia, emergendo come una
forza crescente, nel sempre più ampio settore delle tecniche del.

Nato nel 1952 il kibbutz Mizra, Ohad Naharin ha iniziato la sua formazione nella danza
con la Batsheva Dance Company nel 1974. 
Martha Graham individuò Naharin per il suo talento e lo invitò ad unirsi a lei con la sua
compagnia a New York 
Nel frattempo  a New York, Naharin studia con una borsa di studio presso la School of
American Ballet, prosegue la sua formazione presso la Juilliard School, e perfezionando la
sua tecnica con master teacher come Maggie Black e David Howard. Si esibisce a livello
internazionale la compagnia Israeliana Bat-Dor Dance Company e il Ballet di du XXe
Siecle di Maurice Bejart a Bruxelle.
Naharin torna a New York nel 1980, al suo debutto coreografico al Hirabayshi Kazuko
studio. Nello stesso anno, forma il Ohad Naharin Dance Company con la moglie, Mari
Kajiwara, morta di cancro nel 2001. Dal 1980 al 1990, la compagnia Naharin si esibisce a
New York e all'estero con grande successo di critica. Riceve commissioni da compagnie di
fama mondiale tra cui Batsheva, Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company, e Nederlands
Dans Theater.

Naharin è stato nominato direttore artistico della Batsheva Dance Company nel 1990 e ha
ricoperto questo ruolo, tranne per la stagione 2003-2004, quando ha tenuto il titolo di
coreografo House. Durante il suo incarico con la compagnia, Naharin ha coreografato più di 20 opere per Batsheva e la sua divisione junior, Batsheva Ensemble. Ha anche
reinterpretato oltre 10 delle sue danze per la compagnia e brani dal suo repertorio
ricombinati per creare Deca Dance,  in una continua evoluzione.

Naharin studia musica per tutta la sua giovinezza, e spesso usa la sua abilità musicale per
amplificare il suo impatto coreografico. Collabora con diversi artisti di rilievo musicali per
creare i punteggi per i suoi balli, tra cui gruppo rock israeliano The Tractor’s Revenge (per
Kyr, 1990), Avi Belleli e Dan Makov (per Anaphaza, 1993), e Ivri Lider (per Z / na, i 1995).
Sotto lo pseudonimo di Maxim Waratt, Naharin composto musica per MAX (2007) e curato
le colonne sonore e misti per Mamootot (2003) e Hora (2009). Naharin anche combinato il
suo talento per la musica e la danza in Playback (2004), una serata da solista, che ha
diretto e interpretato.

Oltre al suo lavoro per il palcoscenico, Naharin ha aperto la strada Gaga, un linguaggio
innovativo del movimento. Gaga, che enfatizza l'esplorazione di sensazioni e la
disponibilità per il movimento, è ora il principale metodo di allenamento per i ballerini
Batsheva. Gaga ha anche attirato un ampio seguito tra i ballerini di tutto il mondo e ha
fatto appello al pubblico in Israele, dove le classi aperte sono offerti regolarmente a Tel
Aviv e in altre località.

L’inventiva coreografica di Naharin egregiamente tessuta con  un vocabolario di movimenti
avvincenti ed artigianali hanno fatto di lui l’ artista ospite preferito in compagnie di danza di
tutto il mondo. I suoi lavori sono stati eseguiti da compagnie importanti tra cui Nederlands
Dans Theater, Balletto di Francoforte, Lyon Opera Ballet, Compañía Nacional de Danza
(Spagna), Cullberg Ballet (Svezia), il Balletto Nazionale Finlandese, la Paris Opera Ballet,
Bale da Cidade de São Paulo , Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet (New York), Hubbard
Street Dance Chicago, e Les Grand Ballets Canadiens de Montréal. Durante le prove di
Naharin con Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet di Deca Dance, si è girato il documentario
“Out of focus”  Tomer Heymann è fuori fuoco (2007).

Naharin ha contribuito ad arricchire il mondo della danza ottenendo numerosi premi e
riconoscimenti. In Israele, ha ricevuto un dottorato in filosofia honoris causa da parte del
Weizmann Institute of Science (2004), il prestigioso Israel Prize per la danza (2005), un
ebreo Premio Cultura dalla Fondazione per la Cultura Ebraica (2008), dottore in La
filosofia honoris causa dalla Hebrew University (2008), e il Premio EMET nella categoria
Arte e cultura (2009). Naharin è stato anche il destinatario del Chevalier de l'ordre des Arts
et des Lettres dal governo francese (1998), due New York e Performance Danza (Bessie)
Awards ( per Naharin’s Virus presso la Brooklyn Academy of Music nel 2002 e per
Anaphaza al Lincoln Center Festival nel 2003), il Samuel H. Scripps American Dance
Festival Award alla carriera (2009), e una Dance Magazine Award (2009).

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