The Isadora Duncan Dance Group was founded in 1985 by Barbara Kane and Francoise Rageau to promote and preserve the work of Isadora Duncan, as well as to further her artistic and educational principles of movement and dance.
Website:https://sites.google.com/site/isadoraduncandancegroup/ YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/IDDG
Isadora Duncan is considered the mother of contemporary dance. She created a technique and dances that explore the depth of feeling expressed through the body in a natural and beautiful manner.
Friday 22nd, 6pm-8pm, George Young Hall, Lifecare Centre, Stockbridge
Saturday 23rd, 2pm-5pm, George Young Hall, Lifecare Centre, Stockbridge
Sunday 24th, 2pm-4pm, Ukrainian Community Centre, Royal Terrace
Monday 25th, 11am-1pm, Ukrainian Community Centre, Royal Terrace
Sessions are open to children 7 years plus and adults of all ages and experience. Prices will be £70 for the 4 days/£50 concession/children are half price.
We like to ask you to dance together in the so called ‘Blue Land’ between the Alps and Lakes in the
South of Germany in Bavaria.
Get inspired of the nature and wonderful landscape as well as of the artists who lived and created
in this area like Kandinsky, Klee, Marc, Macke, Münter and others!
We will dance in open spaces on some beautiful places around and continue our dialog about the
joints and varieties in the Duncan Dance and related Disciplines.
In between there is time for refreshing in the lakes near by, do a trip by boat, go to Murnau
to the home of the Blue Rider Art Connection, visit typical beergardens and just relax and enjoy
the summertime in Bavaria.
SCHEDULESPACES WE DANCE August 11th to 19th 2018 in the Blue Land
Saturday August 11th –Monday August 13th Pre-Meeting Days
For everybody who likes to spend some days of relaxation before the workshop will take place.
May be to say good-bye to your jet lag or just enjoy the Blue Land. If you like to dance together we can do!
Arrival for the Workshop
Monday August 13th
Come together Dinner
August 14th to August 18th
Part I August 14th and 15th
START OF THE FIRST SESSION:
10 am Tuesday August 14th
Spaces we dance
2 days – 1 group - 8 classes
Come to a close dialogue on Dance and continue the communication about our Experiences
and the different moods of Duncan Dance in the 21th century
Presenters are invited from South America, USA, France, England, Turkey and Germany
Thursday August 16th
One Day of Excursion into the Blue Land
August 17th and 18th
Poetic Dialogue on Dance and Nature
2 days - all ages - all levels
Technique, Choreographies and Improvisation
Barbara Kane, London
Body Culture and Improvisation parts
Birgit Pittig, Blue Land
Dancing in the Blue Land
Nature Installations and Summerparty
The Key of Spring - The Body Map of Wonder
Duncan technique with the study of Isadora Duncan’s earliest dances
Friday 16 February – 6.00 to 8.30 Greenwich West Community and Arts Centre
Saturday 17 February – 1.45 to 2.45 Haddo Hall then 3.30 to 5.00 Greenwich West Hall
Sunday 18 February – 10.30 to 1.30 Siobhan Davies Studios – roof studio
Monday 19 February – 11.00 to 1.00 Greenwich West Hall
Friday 19th to Monday 22th.May 2017
In the so called ‘Blue Land’ of the Alps and Lakes in the South of Germany in Bavaria
We will explore the technique of Duncan Dance, as well as Choreographies of Isadora Duncan, get inspired of the nature and wonderful landscape and of the artists who lived and created in this area like Kandinsky, Klee, Marc, Macke and others.
Barbara is the 3rd Generation of Duncan Dancers. She studied, danced and performed in the USA, Europe and Japan. Barbara and Francoise Rageau founded the Isadora Duncan Dance Group, specializes in Duncan‘s group-dances.
Friday 19th May 15.30 to 17.00 Achmühle, Eurasburg
Saturday 20th May 11.00 to 15.00 Studio Zwei, Weilheim
Sunday 21st May 11 .00 to 15.00 Studio Zwei, Weilheim
Monday 22nd May 15.30 to 17.00 Achmühle, Eurasburg
International Duncan Community 85.- Euro
Early Bird - until 21th April 2017 - 110.- Euro
Regular 125.- Euro
Barbara Kane and the Isadora Duncan Dance Group will be presenting a two week seminar in the dance of Isadora Duncan. There will be performances at the Archaeological Museum of Kalamata on 19th July (6.00) and 24 July (12.00). There will also be a performance with the students on 24 July (8.00) at the Zoumbouleio Magaron Municipal School of Dance.
The Festival is the key event of the year of Kalamata City International Dance Centre. The Centre was founded to support and promote the art of dance via research, education, artistic activities and creativity.