SHARE Workshop | Hannes Langolf
April 15th, 16th, 17th 2022
About this Course
This three-day professional workshop is a great opportunity for dancers to work with Hannes Langolf, the creative associate and a former performer of DV8 Physical Theatre, here in Berlin.
This workshop will be operated within the German government's Covid-19 guidelines effective as of April 2022. Before applying, make sure to be able to comply with these conditions and attend the full duration of the workshop. Due to the high demand for our workshops, SHARE The Dance Intensive does not hold spots. Your payment is required within a 7-day time period.
Dancers submitting their application need to have a strong dance and physicality technique and/or any other background that supports their participation in this workshop.
April 15th, 2022: 10:30 am - 4:30 pm Warm-up & Repertoire - 1h Break - Repertoire.
April 16th, 2022: 10:30 am - 4:30 pm Warm-up & Repertoire - 1h Break - Repertoire.
April 17th, 2022: 10:30 am - 4:30 pm Warm-up & Repertoire - 1h Break - Repertoire.
3 Days / 18 hours schedule: 195€
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All Applicants must be professional or pre-professional dancers, movers, or performers, with a minimum age of 16 years old.
You must provide a maximum of 1-minute video link (Vimeo or Youtube) of your dancing either improvising or choreographed solo. no group piece. No Instagram or Facebook link.
a full detailed resume is to be uploaded (max 15Mb) or via a weblink (google drive, website, etc...)
within 3 days after receiving your application form, we will send our response via email. a 7 days period to pay your tuition is required once our email was sent. Every un-paid application is canceled on the 8ht day at 9 am.
You can pay via credit card or offline by bank transfer.
Workshop Description from Hannes
During these intensive three days of movement training, performative rigour, physical detail, playfulness and vocal exploration, Hannes will share his accumulative and expansive experience in performing, making and teaching.
Each day will consist of a colourful schedule of physical training, vocal practice, theatrical situations, games and creative provocations.
We will circle around the triangle of Knowledge, Instinct and Emotion and how it is being negotiated by performers in each present moment when working with complex ideas. How do we surf between the literal and the abstract when looking for physicality that can be rooted in expression but also transcend the obvious.
This workshop is aimed at curious dancers who want to light up every corner of their performative practice, challenge their physical work, look closer at the connection of meaning and movement and push their experience of physical, vocal and theatrical work.
About Hannes Langolf
Throughout his career, Hannes has worked and collaborated with numerous artists and companies in Europe and beyond. These names include William Forsythe, Angelin Preljocaj, Wayne McGregor, Akram Khan, Fabulous Beast and Punchdrunk to name a few. In 2007 he first joined DV8 Physical Theatre to be part of the original cast of the critically acclaimed stage productions "To Be Straight With You" (2007-2009, nominated for an Olivier Award) and “Can We Talk About This?” (2010-2012), both conceived and directed by Lloyd Newson.
Hannes played the title character in their most recent production “JOHN" and has been working as DV8's Creative Associate since then, facilitating and leading projects and workshops for the company.
As independent artist he has choreographed and directed two full-length productions: “DANDELION” (with Ermira Goro for The Onassis Cultural Center in Athens), and “UNRUHE” (for and with the Susanne Linke Dance Company). He has created numerous shorter projects for an array of institutions across the globe - including London Eye Company and Munich Dance Festival.
He was a member of the contemporary teaching faculty of the English National Ballet School (UK), Iwanson International School For Contemporary Dance (GER), and London Contemporary Dance School – The Place (UK). He has been invited to teach at international festivals and schools across three continents.
Hannes is part of a selected collective of 50 international artists from 29 different countries that had the unique opportunity to spend a 10-week intensive period with David Zambrano in Costa Rica in 2010. There, he experienced the philosophies of “Flying-Low” and “Passing Through” which he is since integrating in his own artistic work and teachings.
Hannes is also a certified Yoga teacher and completed his Teacher Training under the watchful eye of Cat Alip-Douglas and Phil Douglas at the renown Sangyé Yoga School in London in 2017.
He is a member of the Advisory Board of Kerry Nicholls Dance – a pioneering, leading-edge developmental home for creatives, animated by dance.
In 2015, Hannes was nominated as one of the 100 most influential and innovative people working across Britain’s creative industries by The Hospital Club London.