Freedom, that word would describe this moment with Francesca Harper. It was a week of intense work with the principles of improvisation technique of William Forsythe, bringing a different way of working the Classical Ballet. The classes established on the same structure of a ballet class, but with a very large focus on freedom of movement, allowing pass through places I did not know in the art. The work of improvisation in the language of Ballet instigated the creation of other, unconventional, within this technique to perform the movements, which increased the understanding of the technique is not limited. This research also brings the knowledge of the body and the way he moves, it also brought other perceptions of how people with such different cultures and thoughts may be talking to perform a collective creation. For reasons that necessitated the creation process, just a group of four people was only two, myself and Patricia, and had never worked together, but the availability of exchange was open, which allowed us a very enriching for both. The biggest lesson that I was left by Francesca Harper is always available for new things and have the freedom in my creations, in my movements.
Malcolm Matheus, 23 years. Dancer degree course in Bachelor of Dance at UFRJ, is a member of AMCD Andrea Maciel Dance Company 2010/2011. He was a member as an interpreter-creator of the Contemporary Dance Company UFRJ directed by Patricia Pereira (2007/2010). Participated in Lumini Dance Company (2008/2011) as a dancer and coach body (2009/2011). Etnica Company in 2010. Worked in Metamorphose Dance Company 2006/2008. He participated as an interpreter-creator of the Panorama Festival of Dance in 2009 University Displays with Identity Hair and Mosaic and in 2011 with Leather on Wire, From a Dum and Carioca Omelet. Participates in the training course in classical ballet and Improvisation William Forsythe Technology under the direction of Roberto de Oliveira. He also classical ballet lessons with Paulo Marques and Kaka Boa Morte. Makes classes in modern dance techniques of Martha Graham and Lester Horton taught by Andrea and Regina Sauer Raw Arts Center We Dance. And yet participated in the II Workshop on Technique and Repertory, taught by Martha Graham's first Dancer Martha Graham Company, Tadej Bridnik.
Arsenale della Danza, Malcom Matheus, Francesca Harper, Dance Biennale, 2012,
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