- EVERGREEN -

5/6/7/8 January 2023

Scenario Pubblico (Catania)

The aim of the project is that of artistic training through contemporary dance seminars and workshops with international teachers and collateral events that bring young people closer to cultural activities such as exhibitions, shows, book presentations and conferences.

Evergreen is a nomadic project that took place in the city of Catania for the first two years using collaborations with local artists and institutions, in 2022 in Udine and in 2023 it will return to Catania with the collaboration of Scenario Pubblico Center of relevant national interest.

The workshop is aimed at young dancers aged 16 and over.

- EVERGREEN -

5/6/7/8 January 2023

Scenario Pubblico (Catania)

- GUEST TEACHERS -

Victor Rottier, Born in the Netherlands, received his education from Artez university of the arts Arnhem, The Netherlands.

From 2014 - 2018 Victor was a full time ensemble dancer with Staatstheater Kassel and performed pieces from Johannes Wieland, Hofesh Shechter, Maxime Doyle, Tom Weinberger & Helder Seabra. Victor was working as Rehearsal director alongside Johannes Wieland until 2021.

He is a recurrent teacher at festivals for contemporary dance like b12 Berlin, Henny
Jurriëns studio Amsterdam. As an active filmmaker he has been showing his films 'Are as I' & 'Cream' in festivals around Europe.

Victor is a freelance choreographer, teacher, dancer and currently working to create 'Neuzeit' by Johannes Wieland at Landestheater Linz, Austria.

- Victor Rottier -

- Victor Rottier -

- Antonin Rioche -

- Antonin Rioche -

Antonin Rioche, has always been a creator and a storyteller, dance happens to be one of his predominant mediums. He is also passionate about painting, photographing, and filming.

Antonin creates through different lenses of expression. Movement is a root of creation but not automatically the starting point. His works by him often depart from a text that he writes. From there, poetic interpretations emerge.

Time passing is a recurrent theme in his pieces. For Korzo he created The Others and Finally a sign of life both for Here we live and now, editions 2018 and 2019.

In 2021, he was invited by Nederlands Dans Theater and Korzo to create his first full-length evening performance: Glitter. He will present a new full length evening performance in October 2022: Ohgirl !, co-produced by Nederlands Dans Theater. Aside from stage works, Antonin works often with the medium film.

His first solo in 2017, Oh boy! and his latest film The Research Project: The Leftovers have been nominated and selected for several film festivals and awards.

Fernando Roldàn Ferrer was born in 1984 in Spain. He begins studying flamenco and Spanish dance at the Conservatorio de Música y Danza in Almeria. In 2002 he received a scholarship to participate in the CAD Contemporary Dance course in Seville.

In 2005, he collaborated with the Cie.Coline in lstres (Marseille). In 2006 he was selected to participate in the advanced specialization course of the Zappalà Danza Company, “Modem Studio Atelier” in Catania (Italy).

Since then he has been steadily collaborating with the Compagnia Zappalà Danza in the role of dancer, with the company he has danced in almost all the creations of the last 12 years of Roberto Zappalà. He has also collaborated as a dancer with various companies such as Petranura Danza by Salvatore Romania and Laura Odierna, the Cie.

Deja Donné by Simone Sandroni and the Ariella Vidach-Aiep Company by Ariella Vidach and others. Together with Valeria Zampardi she is the protagonist of the video dance "La demiurge" by Alain El Sakhawi. She begins her choreographic experimentation in 2011 with “Lui / Lei”, then continues with “Seen / Unseen” (2013) and “Nocturno” (2014).

In 2016, he began his artistic collaboration with Alessandro Sollima, with whom he made several creations, the latest “Haeresis”.

Over the past six years Fernando has worked alongside Roberto Zappalà as an assistant and teacher of the MoDem language - language of the Company
Zappalà Dance.

He is director of the MoDem Atelier program, produced by Scenario Pubblico CZD / Center of relevant national interest.

- Fernando Roldán Ferrer -

- Fernando Roldán Ferrer -

Lessons program:

10.00/12.00 - Victor Rottier
12.15/14.15 - Antonin Rioche
14.15/15.30 - Lunch break
Possibility to book lunches inside scenariocafè
15.30/17.00 - Fernando Roldan Ferrer

* times may be subject to change
* The program of collateral events will be published on our social channels


Place:
Scenario Pubblico (https://www.scenariopubblico.com)
Center of relevant national interest
Via Teatro Massimo 16, 95131 Catania

Info:
ocramdancemovement@gmail.com | 3400833036

Costs:

The membership fee is 350 euros to be paid by bank transfer to:
AC OCRAM DANCE MOVEMENT
IBAN: IT15G0335967684510700289633
REASON: EVERGREEN 2023 + NAME OF THE PARTICIPANT


Advice for non-residents:
from the airport, reaching the city center is really simple via the ALIBUS
and from the central station by bus or subway.

Metropolitan of Catania website:
https://www.circumetnea.it/

AMTS Catania website:
https://www.amts.ct.it/

WHY EVERGREEN?

Evergreen content fits perfectly into any moment.

It always responds to recurring themes and constitutes an added value for those interested.

Concepts and contents that never end up being considered obsolete.

Artists involved in past editions:

Jack Butler (Hofesh Shechter company II - United Kingdom)

Glenda Gheller (Scottish dance theater - Scotland)

Roberta Ferrara (Dynamic Balance - Italy)

Giovanni Gava Leonarduzzi (Bellanda Company - Italy)

Asun Noales (OtraDanza - Spain)

Luke Brown (Luke Brown company - United Kingdom)

Greta Bregantini (Juvenis dance - Italy)

Giacomo Todeschi (Ivona - Italy)

Marco Laudani and Claudio Scalia (Ocram dance movement - Italy)

Artists involved in past editions:

Jack Butler (Hofesh Shechter company II - United Kingdom)

Glenda Gheller (Scottish dance theater - Scotland)

Roberta Ferrara (Dynamic Balance - Italy)

Giovanni Gava Leonarduzzi (Bellanda Company - Italy)

Asun Noales (OtraDanza - Spain)

Luke Brown (Luke Brown company - United Kingdom)

Greta Bregantini (Juvenis dance - Italy)

Giacomo Todeschi (Ivona - Italy)

Marco Laudani and Claudio Scalia (Ocram dance movement - Italy)