After a long time of studying butoh dance, vocal improvisation and meditation in India I am back in Holland and ready to share and investigate further over here…
In december I would like to explore Interdisciplinary Instant Composition through the theme of listening. Of course, we always do when performing on stage as improvisers. And there is so much to listen to.
I am curious if we can listen on a deeper level. By cutting through the loud & obvious hearing the more subtle and probably less known. By hearing the loud and choosing not to (re-) act upon it, letting it ‘borrelen’ inside until it transforms itself.
What is needed – what can we do or not do – to be able to hear the more subtle?
And how can we make the more subtle we listen to be heard by others?
Some key words:
– slowing down
– meditative states
– being moved
Sessions are 5, 12 and 19th of december from 13.00-17.00
Session leader is Kristien Sonnevijlle (dance/voice)
Let me know in advance if and when you can join, so that I can see how to handle group size and different disciplines. Preference goes to researchers who can do all three Thurdays. Any discipline welcome, of course. Looking forward to play with you all again…