Training for Dancers/Advanced
Enrico is an Italian dancer-teacher-choreographer based in Berlin since 2015. Co-founder of InCapsula project, he had his dance education between Rome, New York and Israel. He worked and collaborated with Enzo Celli (I), Marko Weigert & Dan Pelleg (D), Brice Mousset (USA), Eun Hwa Nary Shin (USA), Sonia Rodriguez Hernandez (D) and Sommer Ulrikson (D). From 2014, he worked as a soloist dancer for “Wee Dance Company”- Gerhart-Hauptmann-Theater in Görlitz. Most recent are the collaborations with the Theatre director & Choreographer Helena Waldmann in the production “Good passport, bad passport”, Theater Strahl Berlin & DeDansers (NL) in “The Basement” and TANZtheater International Hannover for the project “Think Big”, and as co-choreographer for “Babylon Berlin”, Transforma Berlin and InCapsula.
Enrico is guest teacher internationally at Tanzfabrik & Dock 11 Berlin, marameo Berlin, TanzKompanie des Landesbühnen Sachsen- Carlos Matos, WeeDance Company Gh-Theater, profitraining Leipzig, Ig Tanz ost St.Gallen, profitraining Tanzhaus Zurich and Basel, Iwanson Contemporary Dance School and others.
He approached choreography in 2015, creating the piece “A New Beginning” for 6 dancers in co-production with Gerhart-Hauptmann-Theater in Görlitz (DE) and ” A step towards”, a solo that won the 1st Prize at the Choreographic Competition Nowa Huta Kultury Center of Krakòw. “Xipsilon” is the duo developed in co-production with GlogauAir Gallery Berlin in June 2016. In March 2017, he received an invitation for a choreographic residency at the National Dance Academy of Rome to create PANTAREI. Most recent is the InCapsula production “shape of moving waves” performed in its solo and group version in various festivals in Germany, Italy and Jordan.
Enrico is recieving a Bachelor in Dance Movement Therapy at Arte.do/University of Salento, and he is an amateur trumpet player.
EPlay practice is a professional class focused mainly on floorwork technique, combined with other contemporary dance techniques and body practices I have had during my education and dance career. It is structured in two main directions: technique and work on choreographic material. The training starts with a warm-up and body preparation, and the study of movement mechanics. Alternating improvisation tasks with movement sequences on the floor and standing, mind and body will have the chance to work on coordination, stamina, development of kinetic awareness, speed, musicality, softness, precision and attention to details. Further on, we will continue introducing more complicated movement vocabulary, which will guide the group in a playground area that connects the learned sequences to energy, dynamics, satisfaction through our dancing and sharing with the group.