From 28 October to 1 November in Rome: lectures, workshops, performances for the second edition of the international conference hosted by AND about the role of the musician in dance
Here is the press communiqué circulated by AND about this important undertaking that highlights the role of the musician for dance:
ACCADEMIA NAZIONALE DI DANZA
Istituzione di Alta Formazione Coreutica
Il Corpo nel Suono 2016
2nd International Conference organized by
Accademia Nazionale di Danza at Rome (Italy)
The Accademia Nazionale di Danza (AND) in Rome presents Il Corpo nel Suono 2016 conference that will take place from Friday October 28th to Tuesday November 1st: a meeting organized by AND in order to discuss on the relationship between music and dance, focusing on the musician as key actor of this relationship..
During five days, the central issues concerning the relationship between music and dance will be dealt with, through lectures, workshops, performances, panel discussions given by musicians coming from Sydney, Copenaghen, Paris, London, Glascow and, of course, Rome.
The Conference will also deal with the specific theme of education of the musician for dance, comparing the experience brought forward by AND with the similar european experiences.
Following on from last year conference, the Accademia Nazionale di Danza confirms its aim to make this event a regular opportunity for discussion on the musician in dance, who is an essential actor in a choreutic/musical context, both educational and professional.
Full program available at webpage www.ilcorponelsuono.com
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Roma, September 24th
The program features workshops, lecture, panel discussions and performances with (among others): Marco Ariano (Italy), Erin Brannigan (Australia), Massimo Carrano (Italy), Laurent Choukroun (France), Philip Feeney (United Kingdom), Alain Franco (Belgium), Kim Helweg (Denmark), Cosmo Intini (Italy) Suzanne Knosp (USA), Karen McIver (United Kingdom), Marco Melia (Italy) Ivan Mijačević (Slovenia), Antonio Sorgi (Italy), Keith Terry (USA).
Download the PDF with the provisional schedule
Photos from the 2015 edition can be seen at this link
A video is available at this link