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Brianna Lombardo

Photo ©Bobby Leon

Workshop - Daily deep dive 

 

This workshop will be focused on diving daily into different repertoire from my experience as a dancer. We will focus on finding different entry points and ways of attacking a variety of works that I have helped to create and defend onstage. We will work quickly from the stage of learning material to embodying and finding our own voice within the proposed material. 

I work from a very physical, instinctual and raw place. I'm particularly interested in unapologetically taking space, and finding freedom and risk within how we approach material, in improvisation as well as material more choreographic and written. The works I will be sharing are ones that I helped to create and that resonate deeply for me and I hope to share that resonance and vibration. 

We will approach the week as a new creative space to see how the passage of this material creates something other, as a result of the time we spend together. 

Brianna Lombardo

Workshop
Daily deep dive

June 12 to June 16

11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

(10 hours)

Wilder Building

Studio: to be confirmed

Pricing and

Registration

DAC pro - $ 90 ($9 / hr)

Standard- $ 150 ($15 / hr)

Brianna Lombardo

Brianna Lombardo completed her professional training at the School of Toronto Dance Theatre, and then worked with various international artists in Europe on a Chalmers Arts Fellowship. As an independent dancer, she worked in Toronto with Michael Trent and Matjash Mrozewski and in Montreal with Isabelle Van Grimde and Jean-Pierre Perreault before joining O Vertigo from 2004 to 2010. After six years with the company, she became a freelancer again and worked closely with Mélanie Demers (MAYDAY), Jacques Poulin-Denis (Grand Poney), Frédérick Gravel (Grouped’ArtGravelArtGoup), Caroline Laurin-Beaucage, Martin Messier, Sasha Ivanochko, Montréal Danse, and Daniel Leveillé Danse. More recently she has been collaborating with Parts & Labour Danse, Helen Simard and Roger White. In addition to working as a dancer, she has lately been inspired by teaching interpretation and sharing her experience and approach to embodying different worlds and roles. She has been sharing O Vertigo, MAYDAY and Frédérick Gravel repertory since 2010.

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