Silent Movement Workshop with Marianna Kavallieratos, dance artist
Location: First Floor Workshop Space
This workshop is focusing on the power of silence.
A movement and its dynamic through just listening on the inner body sounds, and the exterior sounds, exploring the possibility of physical communication in silence. Discovering and developing all of our senses, except speech. How do we watch? How do we listen? How do we touch? Without talking.
And in the end, is there total silence?
The workshop is addressed to all people interested in movement: all ages and disciplines.
Marianna Kavallieratos studied contemporary dance and choreography at The Place L.C.D.S. She went to SUNNY Purchase NY on an Onassis Foundation scholarship, and attended the Graham Studios in NY for three years. Since 1992, she has been a close collaborator of Robert Wilson, and has appeared in several of his productions across the world, as a dancer and performer. In 2000-2003 she danced with choreographer Arco Renz in Brussels. In 2010, she founded her own company “klokworks” and began researching her own ideas, making works presented at the Athens Festival, the Onassis Cultural Centre—Athens, and in New York at the Watermill Center. She has collaborated as a movement coach with the Greek National Theatre and several Greek theatre directors. She has taught dance at the Veaki Drama school, Empros, StudioMetsis, DANCE Cultural Center, and the Watermill Center NY. She has also given workshops at the Summer Academy of the Greek National Theatre, and the Watermill Center.