Workshop for performing artists with a final flashmob in public space

Fantastic Village People

From May 04th until 08th, 2020, a performing workshop with a final presentation in public space will take place in theaterkontor Bremen. The participants will be divided into two groups with either a focus on physical theatre and dance or vocal expression and improvisation, each working with one international artist. The groups will be merged at some points in order to present a POETIC INVASION of the historic city centre of Bremen, an artistic happening dedicated to the visionary art of the Flemish painter Pieter Bruegel. The focus of this workshop is on unfolding one’s own creativity and skill of improvisation.

 

THE MOST IMPORTANT INFORMATION AT A GLANCE:

Places of creation:
Theaterkontor: Schildstr. 21 28203 (Bremen, DE)

Dates of the creative sessions: 
May 4th – 08th, 2020
2 p.m. – 6 p.m. (physical theatre and dance)
5 p.m. – 9 p.m. (vocal expression and improvisation)
Friday 08th May: presentation in Bremen City Centre

Instructors: 
Matteo Belli (ITALY)
Jordi Vidal (BELGIUM)

Number of participants: 8 – 16 person per group (max 32 participants in total)

Language: English

Fees: Free of Costs

Who can participate?
Anyone who is engaged in some kind of performing art can participate (dancers, actors / actresses, circus artists, clowns, etc.) and who is interested in dance, physical theatre, language and vocal expression. Minimum age is 18 years for this workshop. Registrations will be accepted as long as there are still places vacant.

 

 

CREATIVE STAFF

Jordi Vidal

Jordi L. Vidal is an artist living in Belgium with experience in multi disciplinary work. He works with various forms of movement, influenced by ballet, contemporary dance and choreography as well as dramatic techniques such as physical theatre. In addition to numerous collaborations, Jordi has also been teaching dance and physical theatre for 30 years. www.jordilvidal.net

 

 

 

 


 

Matteo Belli is one of the leading European experts in the use of the voice. Invited as such to scientific conferences in the field of vocality, he developed a particular theatrical technique called “Symphonic Actor” which is based on the use of vocal resonants. Moreover he is a talented pantomime artist and director, very well known in Italy and Latin America, passionate interpreter of the medieval tradition of jesters and buffoons. www.matteobelli.net