Pascal Marty is a dancer and choreographer from France. Undertaking his formative training at the National Conservatoire of Montpellier, upon graduation he joined the Ballet Junior de Genève. While there, he created original roles in the work of luminaries of European contemporary dance Alexander Ekman and Andonis Foniadakis, while performing existing repertoire by Stijn Celis, Itzik Gallili and Gustavo Ramirez Sansanno.
He then moved to Saarbrücken, dancing as a soloist with the Donlon Dance Company and performing in the works of Marguerite Donlon across the globe. At the invitation of the director of GöteborgsOperans Danskompani, Pascal made the transition to Sweden where he has been based since 2015.
Most recently Pascal has been working with Karas/ Saburo Teshigawara as a guest dancer and co-creator in Japan, performing with Teshigawara himself at the Tokyo Metropolitan Theater.
As a choreographer, Pascal’s work explores the intricacies and inconsistencies of the human condition.
Cost : $20.00
Showing and Q & A
with Artist in Residence, Petra Szabo
Join Petra Szabo - Dancer, Theatre Maker, Speaker & Facilitator - and a group of multi-disciplinary performing artists and practitioners from science & technology backgrounds, demonstrate a movement investigation on the topics of neuroscience, humanity and growth in the function of technology: followed by a short Q&A discussion about the process of the said investigation.
Dancers & Acrobats: Emily Molnar, Ruby Dolman, Alex Charman, Felicity Boyd & Samuel Matthewman
Musicians/Composers: Frazer Dempsey & Rachel Bruerville
Neuroscientist: Dr. Fiona Kerr
3D Holographic technology - "The Voxybox": Will Tamblyn/Voxon Photonics
Creative Advisory: Cameron James
Made possible by the generous support of Helpmann Academy, Inspiring South Australia & LWDance Hub
In Lewis’ release based class, complex movement material is taught with a dynamic focus and emphasis on ‘attack and release’. The technique allows joints to relax and energy to flow with maximum efficiency. He places particular emphasis on the safe integration of floor work and tumbling skills into contemporary technique whilst maintaining economy with the dancer's physical energy.
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This class focuses on the transfer of weight, moving through space and lengthening and extending whilst following a classical class structure and advanced classical technique. Encouraging the body to lengthen, extend and release throughout the class will enable it to feel both relaxed and energised at the same time and experience the invigorating bodily sensations that emerge through this practice.
This class makes reference to Israeli somatic practice and so will focus more on accentuating and strengthening each individual's understanding and way of moving rather than attempting to mimic traditional uniformity.
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