Flying Low Intensive
Flying Low Four Day Intensive with Hannes Langolf
Date: Tuesday 2 July – Friday 5 July
Time: 10.45am – 12.45pm
Age: 18+ years
Price: £95 for the four day course
Location: Rambert, 99 Upper Ground, SE1 9PP
Booking opens Monday 3 June at 9am.
To book, click here.
In this highly physical workshop we will be combining the principles of Flying Low philosophies with voice practice. This will lead us to experience how energetic pathways can transform our body, in order to mould our environment and command the full force of our physicality. We will explore how clear intention can charge performance and movement with power, direction, playfulness and potential.
Initially created by David Zambrano, Flying Low asks the body to heighten its energetic awareness, in order to meet and transform the hard surface of the floor and other obstacles around us.
Over the past nine years, Hannes has been adapting these principles into his own performance practice and uses them to examine ideas of authenticity, alertness, presence, integrity and the unlocking of potential.
To avoid friction burns, please bring clothing that covers your body. Kneepads might be required.
Throughout his career, Hannes has worked and collaborated with numerous artists and companies throughout Europe. These names include William Forsythe, Angelin Preljocaj, Wayne McGregor, Akram Khan, Fabulous Beast and Punchdrunk to name a few.
In 2007 he joined DV8 Physical Theatre to be part of the original cast of the critically acclaimed stage productions “To Be Straight With You” (2007-2009, nominated for an Olivier Award) and “Can We Talk About This?” (2010-2012), both conceived and directed by Lloyd Newson. In 2014, Hannes was appointed DV8’s Creative Associate for the production “JOHN”, in which he also played the title role. He is currently involved in the re-creation of DV8’s “Enter Achilles”, produced by Rambert and Sadler’s Wells.
As independent choreographer he has created work for The London Eye Company, Munich Dance Festival, London Contemporary Dance School and VERVE amongst others. He has recently choreographed and directed two full-length productions: “DANDELION” (with Ermira Goro for The Onassis Cultural Center in Athens), and “UNRUHE” (for and with the Susanne Linke Dance Company).
He is a sought after teacher and workshop leader working internationally across dance, physical theatre and vocal/text work and is committed to exchanging ideas and supporting new talent.
Visit www.hanneslangolf.com for more information.