Dunya Narli Pro-training

Monday – Friday | June 18 – 22 |10:30 – 12:30 | Studio CityGate
€10 per class ( €45 for the full week )
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Short description of the class :

In this week we will explore our movement possibilities as well as our creativity in the moment. Through improvisation we work on finding your own patterns and discover more depth in your particular way of moving, using this after in composition and creative work. I will teach also fixed material to share my own discoveries and experiences. The main focus is on sharpness , availability, suspensions and illogical sequences. You will learn both to absorb information and share your knowledge of the moving body. So in the end we create a solid base where we can play and share.

Biography :

Dunya Narli, born in Antwerp / Belgium, started dancing ballet at the age of 7. She gained several diploma’s with the ‘Imperial Classical Ballet ISTD’ association. Soon she decided to make her passion her profession. At the age of 12 she started her first professional education in dance, based in Antwerp (de! Kunsthumaniora for contemporary dance). After she finished the school successfully , she joined SEAD ( Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance ) in the 4-year Undergraduate Program. There she had a wide and diverse program, danced in several festivals and worked with several choreographers such as ; Anton Lachky, Milla Koistinen, Theo Clinkard, Sita Ostheimer, Alleyne Dance and Rakesh Sukesh.
She joined SEAD’s Bodhi Project Company for Sita Ostheimer’s ‘Ubuntu’.
In January 2018 she became a member of R.O.P.A ( Roberto Olivan Performing Arts ) Company to be part of his new large-scale performance ‘Cuculand Souvenir’ that is currently touring in Spain.


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