Contemporary for Dancers

Monday through Friday

24.02.–28.02.20 Christina Mertzani
02.03.–06.03.20 Judith Sánchez Ruíz
09.03.–13.03.20 Stella Zannou
16.03.–20.03.20 Britta Pudelko
23.03.–27.03.20 Evangelos Poulinas
30.03.–03.04.20 Paul White
06.04.–10.04.20 Evangelos Poulinas
13.04–17.04.20 Jara Serrano
20.04.–24.04.20 Heidi Weiss
27.04.–01.05.20 Stella Zannou
04.05.–08.05.20 Jennifer Mann
11.05.–15.05.20 Shafiki Sseggayi
18.05.–22.05.20 Nir de Volff
25.05.–29.05.20 Dor Mamalia
01.06.–05.06.20 Paul White
08.06.–12.06.20 Alessandro Marzotto
15.06.–19.06.20 Sonia Rodriguez
22.06.–26.06.20 Heidi Weiss
29.06.–03.07.20 Satoshi Kudo
06.07.–10.07.20 Ortrun Stanzel
13.07.–17.07.20 Michael Langeneckert

Tuesday and Thursday
Saturday and Sunday

25., 27., 29.02.+01.03.20 Judith Sánchez Ruíz
03., 05., 07.03+08.03.20 Michael Langeneckert
10., 12., 14.03+15.03.20 Michael Langeneckert
17.+19.03.20 Gaga/dancers with Olivia Ancona

21.+22.03.20 Christina Mertzani
24., 26., 28.+29.03.20 Gaga/dancers with Olivia Ancona
31.03., 02.04., 06.+07.04.20 Enrico Paglialunga
07.+09.04.20 N.N.
11.+12.04.20 Suelem de Oliveira da Silva
14., 16., 18.+19.04.20 Cristiana Casadio





This course provides training in various styles of contemporary dance. We focus in particular on the correct execution of movement, coordination, motivation, being in the inner and outer flow of the movement and on the consolidation and refinement of technique and conditioning, so that you’ll be in a position to join a company at any time. The Contemporary Training for Professional Dancers is an open class, so you can come whenever you want and pay per session. The classes have a high tempo and are pitched to dancers with a high level of technical ability so we ask you only to participate if you’ve received a professional dance education.