DansiS inviterer til workshop med Jon Ole Olstad. Du kan delta på morgenklasser og/eller koreografiworkshop. Her kommer info om tider og påmelding. You’ll find info in english below!
Klassene holdes fra mandag til lørdag fra kl. 10-12. Klassene er åpne for drop in. Det koster 100,- for DansiS-medlemmer og 200,- for ikke-medlemmer. Hvis du er påmeldt for workshop hele uken, får du morgenklassen inkludert. Disse klassene har ikke noen påmelding eller maksantall. Vi tar kun kontant betaling for disse klassene.
Workshopen varer fra mandag til fredag fra kl. 12:30-15:30.
Maks antall deltakere er 20 stk og det er første mann til mølla!
Vi tar også drop in, 200kr for medlemmer og 300kr for ikke-medlemmer.
Meld deg på koreografiworkshop!
Send en mail til firstname.lastname@example.org for påmelding. DansiS-medlemmer betaler 1000,- og ikke-medlemmer 1500,- for hele uken. Man betaler via faktura som blir sendt ut når det nærmer seg. Påmeldingen er bindende.
Klasser og workshop avholdes på Dansens hus/Stavanger Kulturskoles danselokaler.
Inviter gjerne interesserte til workshop. Her er link til facebook arrangementet:
Kurset er støttet av Rogaland Fylkeskommune.
INFO IN ENGLISH
DansiS invites to a workshop week with Jon Ole Olstad!
It will be Contemporary classes from Monday to Saturday at
10-12:00. The classes are open for drop-in. It costs 100 NOK for DansiS-members and 200 NOK for non-members. These classes have no registration or maximum number. We take only cash payments for these classes.
The choreography workshop from Monday to Friday at 12:30-15:30 with a small open showing on Friday afternoon. Maximum is 20 participants and it’s the first come, first served!
Sign up for the workshop by sending an email to email@example.com. Registration is binding! DansiS-members pay 1000 NOK and non-members in 1500 NOK for the whole week. Invoices will be sent out to all participants.
The classes will be hold at Dansens hus/Stavanger Kulturskole.
The workshop is funded by Rogaland County Authority.
Jon Ole Olstad started dancing at the age of 16 and took his first ballet class when auditioning for a high school dance department. He quickly realized dancing was his big passion and that he would do anything to make his dream of becoming a professional dancer come true. Later he was accepted into the National Academy of the Arts in Oslo, and graduated with a bachelor degree in 2009.
After college he was hired for the tour project «Kamuyot», a collaboration between the Swedish Riksteatern and Batsheva Dance Company led by artistic director Ohad Naharin. During this time he participated in daily ‘gaga’ class, the training form they use in Batsheva Dance Company, and developed a great love and respect for this work. In 2010 Jon Ole formed the choreographic duo «Ruth n ´Walter» together with Caroline Skjoershammer. Their first duet «Epilogue» got invited to the Cross Connection Choreography Competition and in 2012 they created «Dear, its time to turn the lights off», which was performed in different festivals and venues. In 2013, Jon Ole was hired by Nederlands Dans Theater 1, led by artistic director Paul Lightfoot.
He has worked with choreographers such as Paul Lighfoot and Sol Leon, Johan Inger, Hofesh Shechter, Marco Goecke, Alexander Ekman, Jiri Kylian, Mehdi Walerski and Crystal Pite. In 2015 he was awarded 1. Prize in the prestigious competition, International Solo- Tanz Festival in Stuttgart. With his solo «and we already knew the names» he was awarded 1.Prize in Dance and 1.Prize in the Choreography category.
He started teaching in 2009 and has a huge passion for sharing his knowledge and the love of dance. He has taught at numerous colleges and studios across Norway, as well as in Los Angeles and New York City- Lines Ballet in San Fransisco, New York University/Tisch, The National Academy Of The Arts in Oslo, Edge performing Arts Center in Los Angeles, Movement Lifestyle and Opificio Movimento in Rome .
«In my class I want each and every one of the students to discover something new about themselves, both physically and mentally. To be able to step outside the box but at the same time gain the knowledge of being inside the box with your center and technique. The class focuses on expanding your limits, reaching further as a dancer, breaking habits and a personal investigation to take your dancing to a completely different landscape. I encourage a balance between doing the steps that are given to you, but at the same time letting who you are as a dancer and person color the movements.”