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Online: Contemporary Dance

Develop a better understanding of the body and how different dynamics generate different movement quality. This class will cover different techniques such as release and floor work to strengthen the body as well as stimulate creativity and musicality.

Ideal for keeping fit and for those wanting to move.

No dance experience necessary.

What you need: Wear comfy clothes and bring plenty of water. We kindly ask that you also bring a spare pair of socks to move around in. 

See also - class access information below.

Tutor: Marta Ammendoola

Marta is an Italian Dance Artist, based in the UK. She started dancing from a young age at the Vic Ballet School in Verona, Italy, specialising in Ballet, Contemporary Dance and Movement Improvisation. In 2011 she moved to London, where she graduated with a First-Class degree from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in 2014. During this time, she had the opportunity to work with many artists such as Rosemary Butcher, Tony Thatcher and Susan Sentler, which helped her develop as a Performer and Choreographer. During her years of study, she gained a much better understanding of the body, its anatomy and functions and she has refined her technical and creative skills. After that Marta worked in London as part of multiple independent projects, creating her own work as well as performing for artists such as Jo Lawrence and Siobhan Davies. Marta is currently focusing on teaching and working on developing a project, which she hopes to share with the public soon!

 

Tickets: £5 per session

Sessions: Four weekly online sessions from Wednesday 11 November - 2 December , 7.30pm - 8.30pm 

Book your space on Contemporary Dance at Hampshire Cultural Trust's Forest Arts Centre, New Milton now!

 

Photo credit: Redmanhatten

Class access information

This class will run live each week via Zoom, an online streaming website. Zoom is an online platform which allows you to talk live to your tutor and classmates via a video or audio call. This class is designed to be progressive, with sessions each week following on from the previous week, helping to build your experience over the course of the class. As this class is live, you will need to be available at the time specified to participate.

To access your class you will need to set up a free Zoom account. You can do this by visiting https://zoom.us/ and clicking ‘Sign up, it’s free’.  You will also need access to a device with an internet connection and speakers– a computer, laptop, phone or tablet should do the job. If you would like to be able to talk with your tutor via audio your device will also need a microphone. If you would like to speak with your tutor via video your device will also need a camera.

Prior to the start date of your class our team will be in touch via email. We will confirm the email address you have used to create your Zoom account so we can add you to the class. We will also send you detailed instructions via email to help you log into your online class. We will have a member of our team on standby for the first two week of class to assist you with any issues you may have accessing your class. Simply email us at forest.arts@hampshireculturaltrust.org.uk if you need help.

Please ensure that there is no offence or inappropriate items in your background, a member of HCT staff will be observing each live session and monitoring overall behaviour. Please take care when moving, please be aware of any hazards such has ornaments that could be knocked over or trip hazards. Please wear comfortable footwear and do not wear socks on slippery surfaces such as laminate floor. Wear comfortable, non-restrictive clothing which is easy to move around in. Follow the teacher’s directions as per the video and be respectful of others in the class. We cannot accept responsibility for any injuries, loss or damage that maybe caused when following the movement. It is the viewers responsibility to look after their own safety and be sensible when moving and the viewer shall take part at his/hers own risk

  • Online: Contemporary Dance

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