Movement and Choreography with Marion Cronin
- Sunday, September 23rd from 11am to 3pm
- Price: 35€ + Booking Fee
- Dublin Circus Centre, Main Space
The workshop is divided into two classes with a different focus in each. The first is a movement technique class blending elements of contemporary dance, floor work and movement improvisation techniques. The class is not focused on learning steps but instead is designed to expand your personal range of movement and kinetic awareness. We will explore how dynamism and power of movement is developed through subtle actions and spiral pathways in the body.
This is an energetic and fun class, emphasizing flow, articulation, dynamics, and musicality. In the second class we will explore how you can create movement and develop choreographic ideas. Working as a group we will explore the use of movement improvisation tasks to develop different choreographic choices. This workshop is open to everyone with a curiosity to expand their movement and choreographic vocabulary. It will specifically interest people with any type of physical training background who are interested in integrating more dance and movement into their own artist field.
Marion is a Dublin based contemporary dancer. She trained at The Scottish School of Contemporary Dance where she graduated with a BA (Hons) Degree. She also works and collaborates in the field of circus and street arts. While living in the UK she performed with The D project, Duka Dance, and Jennifer Drotz Ruhn. Since returning to Ireland she has worked with choreographers and companies including Catherine Young, Laura Murphy, Lucia Kickham, Jessie Keenan, Rob Heaslip, Alba Lorca, Michael Keegan-Dolan and Hélène Cathala.
She has worked both international and nationally performing at such festivals as Gramhamstown arts festival South Africa, Dublin Fringe Festival, Festival Agitart, Figueres, Spain, Ramalla Contemporary Dance Festival, Palestine, Cork Mid-Summer Festival and Theatreszene Europe Irish/German Festival, Cologne and Tanzmesse, Dusseldorf. Marion also teaches contemporary dance, contact improvisation and Hatha Yoga and is beginning to create her own solo performance work.
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