PULSE PROGRAM

ITA / ENG

DIDACTIC AND ARTISTIC DIRECTOR TAMAS MORICZ

PULSE is a new pre-professional training course for young dancers interestes in a full immersion in the world of contemporary dance.
The program is under the Artistic direction of Tamas Geza Moricz, one of the most important name in the Contemporary world scene , ex co-artistic Director of Royal Ballet of Flanders and long time dancer for William Forsythe.
The 10 months long project will offer a redefined program, providing classes in different disciplines of dance: ballet, contemporary (floorwork, release, contact, etc…), improvisation, choreographic composition, partnering, dance history and career guidance.
PULSE offers the opportunity to meet internationally renown teachers and choreographers.
PROGRAM STUDY
Ballet for contemporary dancers
Contemporary
Floorwork
Improvisation
Partnering & Contact
Bodywork
Vocal training
Yoga
Qi Gong & Taichi
RELATED DISCIPLINES
Modern & Contemporary dance history
Lighting Design
Work orientation (tutorial. creation of CV etc…..)
Personal project development and preparation
Promotional media’s material creation

Frequent performances in theaters and site specific events choreographed and staged by the guest artists.

GUEST INTERNATIONALS ARTISTS 2021/2022

RESIDENT ARTISTS
Tamas Geza Moricz Artistic Director Pulse Program Opus Ballet; Co-Director Royal Ballet of Flanders; William Forsythe Dancer ex soloist

PARTECIPATION MODALITY
Pulse Program is addressed to artist with a good technical background and some professional experiences. The admission to the Pulse Program is through audition and the course has a limited number.
The Program is 10 months long and has a mandatory presence.

Discover the Lightbox Space for events.

Lightbox is a theatrical performance space that can be requested for various events.

INTERVIEW TAMAS MORICZ BY SILVIA POLETTI (critic and dance writer)

Silvia: Ciao Tamas. You have had a great career and an impressive experience in the field of contemporary dance, but I’ve read that you’ve also had a training as a classical ballet dancer. Could you describe your career path as a professional dancer?
Tamas : Hello Silvia, Yes. I’ve started with a nine year long Vaganova training at the Hungarian National Dance University. Afterwards however I’ve had a Contemporary dance career. I’ve worked most notably with Jan Fabre in Antwerpen and then from there I went on to work with The Frankfurt Ballet, under the directorship of William Forsythe. This became my most formative experiences in dance. The Frankfurt Ballet was a truly exceptional period in dance history and I was very lucky to be a part of that group. more inf



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