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Morning training, evening classes & workshops take place in the studios of Tanztendenz and are organized by the teachers themselves.
 

daily, 9:30 - 11:00
Munich DancePAT
Professional Affordable Training

Munich DancePAT’s initiative is to provide affordable professional contemporary dance training in Munich. We pride ourselves in bringing exciting internationally reputable artists to teach in Munich.

The duo behind Munich DancePAT are the choreographers and dancers Katrin Schafitel and Jasmine Ellis who volunteer their time and effort to make DancePAT a reality. Working in collaboration with Tanztendenz München e.V.’s who provide studio space. The duo is excited to finally offer professional morning dance training in Munich. A different International guest teacher teaches each block.

costs per Training 5,-
costs per week: 20,-
Please register: munich.dancePAT@gmail.com
More: www.ww.dancepat.com


NEXT TRAINING
december 10 – 14: Ami Shulman


Infos about the class
Ami Shulman teaches a highly dynamic class, that integrates the floor as an essential component for exploring full body connectivity and proprioceptive awareness. Her teachings focus on the efficiency and clarity of movement, which liberates the form and allows for a deeper range of physical expression. Inspired by Feldenkrais, her approach fosters the movement potential of the individual, promoting somatic awareness while expanding the interpretive possibilities of the performer.

Ami Shulman
Ami Shulman is a Rehearsal Director at the GoteborgsOperans Danskompani. She has choreographed for the National Theatre of London; the Shakespeare Theatre Company; Mouvement Perpetuel and has co-created works with the Cirque Du Soleil; the National Ballet of Canada and Ballet BC. Ami performed with Compagnie Marie Chouinard, Compagnie Flak and the DanceOn Ensemble, Berlin and has taught throughout Europe, Canada and the USA including for the Juilliard School; Jacob’s Pillow; Hollins University; CODARTS and the Springboard Project Montreal/New York. Ami is a certified Feldenkrais Practitioner, she has co-authored for the anthology ‘Back to the Dance Itself ‘ as well as having written articles on the pedagogy of embodied mathematics.

Dates Munich DancePAT 2018
november 19 – 23: LAJAMARTIN
October 29 – November 02: Tom Weinberger
September 24 – 28: Tamara Gvozdenovic
August 20 – 24: Evandro Pedroni
July 23 – 27: Maya M. Carroll
June 25 – 2: Samuel Minguillon
May 28 – june 1: Jenia Kasatkina
April 23 – 27: Stella Zannou
March 26 – march 30: Cristina D’Alberto
February 26 to march 2nd: Alessandro Marzotto
29. January – 2. February: Matteo Carvone
Februay 19 – 23: Katja Wachter (19.2.) + Annamaria Keskinen (20.–23.2.)

Dates Munich DancePAT 2017
January, 16. – 20.: Peter Cseri
February, 06. – 10.: Morgan Reid
February, 13. – 17.: Yael Cibulski
March, 27. – 31.: Samuel Minguillon
April, 10. – 14.: Elik Niv
May, 08. – 12.: Tom Weinberger (Gaga/dancers)
May, 15. – 19.: Masha Kolegova (Wim Vandekeybus/ Ultima Vez)
May-SPECIAL: 16. Workshop Ebony Williams
June, 26. – 30.: Tamara Gvozdenovic (Peeping Tom)
July, 24. – 28.: Milla Koistinen
August, 28. August – September, 01.: Michael Löhr
September, 25. – 29.: Sonia Rodríguez
Oktober, 23. – 27.: Ami Shulman
November, 20. – 24: Marion Sparber
December, 11. – 15.: coming soon

Dates Munich DancePAT 2016
27. June - 1. July Nadine Gerspacher
18. - 22. July: Peter Cseri
29. August - 2. September: Sita Ostheimer
03. - 07. Oktober: Stella Zannou
17. - 21. Oktober: Caroline Finn
24. - 28. Oktober: Ido Batash
21. - 25. November: Milla Koistinen

Munich DancePAT is made possible by the cooperation with the Tanztendenz Munich e.V. With friendly support of the culturall department of the City of Munich. Realized with the support of Bayerischen Landesverband für zeitgenössischen Tanz (BLZT) aus Mitteln des Bayerischen Staatsministeriums für Bildung und Kultus, Wissenschaft und Kunst. With thanks to the Tanzbüro Munich for their support in the publication and networking of Munich DancePAT.

        

Tanztendenz Munich e.V. is sponsored
by the Munich Department of Arts and Culture