This new times of uncertainty are also times of change and sharing. Finding new forms of connection, proximity and creative exchange seems to be the current challenge. The invitation is open for this artistic quarantine - Stay home and dance!
The CONTEMPORARY DANCE 55plus project (-55 years welcome!), which has been held since 2001 with weekly classes in Lisbon and since 2019 with monthly laboratories in Paris & Lisbon, launches challenge for everyone - regular students and new participants, to get together and continue to dance now in this new online class!
The new online classes will start on March 24th and always take place on Tuesdays at 5pm (GMT+0 - Portugal time zone / 6pm - France time zone), with a duration of 60 minutes.
To participate you should send an email to email@example.com
Then you will receive a link and password by email so you can join live every week, and install the ZOOM application on your computer, tablet or smartphone.
We ask all participants wishing to access the online classes a contribution starting from € 2.50 helping to the sustainability of this project during the suspension period of the on-site classes and labs .in Lisbon and Paris.
Recipients Participants over 55 (also open to participants under the age of 55) with or without previous experience in contemporary dance, motivated in the development of their creative and performative potential through the movement and creation in contemporary dance, valuing their life experience .
These classes are open and accessible to anyone regardless of their physical condition or mobility, and can be held standing or sitting in a chair.
Dance with us!
In these classes and labs, participants are challenged by the Portuguese choreographer Rafael Alvarez, to dive into the context of contemporary dance, researching mouvement and discovering creativity through the body, starting from an encounter of movement and dance with other sources, such as music and images . Exploring the languages and techniques of contemporary dance, through a creative space open to dialogue, sharing and meeting with the other. Exploring emotions, sensations, ideas, memories, sounds and imagery that can be transformed into dances and movement stories.
Promoting active aging, combating inertia and preventing decreased mobility, by stimulating physical, intellectual and creative autonomy, regardless of the conditions of physical functionality and mobility. An invitation to explore creativity, combined with the pleasure of dancing, valuing the body of the experience.