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 Graham technique

 

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Emilia Zankina has graduated the National Dance Art School in Sofia. She specializes in Graham technique with Mary Miller Dance Company, Pittsburgh, USA, where she is a solo performer in the period 1999 – 2006. Emilia has participated in various projects of professional contemporary dance companies like Slava Modern Dance Company, Pittsburgh Dance Connection, и Michelle Dunleavy Dance with performances in Pittsburgh, New York, Cleveland, Chicago, etc. At the moment she takes part in Dance PORT Derida, educational and training program in contemporary dance created by Derida Dance Center and supported by America for Bulgaria Foundation.

Graham technique that was created by Martha Graham (born in Pittsburg, USA) is the foundation of contemporary dance. She sets apart the basic elements of contemporary dance like “contraction”, “release” and “spiral”. These elements have been adopted later not only by her students (including Paul Taylor and Merce Cunnigham) but also by all following artists in the field. Graham technique is appropriate for performers with ballet background as well as for amateurs with moderate physical skills. The technique provokes us to understand the body as a whole that is comprised of interconnected parts. Thus the movement is a natural and logical act of this whole. Special attention is focused on breathing and the role of gravity in movement.


Limón Тehnique

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Limón Technique with teacher Albena Atanasova

Albena Atanasova has 35 years of experience in the field of modern and contemporary dance as a performer and a teacher.
"For me, this is a path to self-knowledge, every day I stand on the dance path with faith and with love, alone or with my students;  this path is infinite and I will be glad to be together  with you in this part of it."
 
About Limón Technique: Following the principles of his teacher Doris Humphrey, Limón's main goal was to express his personal relationships with the surrounding environment through an organic movement. His technique is not encoded, but it is divided into a variety of physical extremes: fall and recovery, rebound, gravity, interruption and continuation of movement, isolation. He believed that a structured technique would limit the creativity that was the basis of his teachings. In this way, he gave his students the opportunity to find their own movement and personal uniqueness. There are many words and ideas that are a direct association to Limón's technique, such as his humanism, the use of breath, musicality, lyricism and dramatic qualities; However, the prevailing consensus is that movement is always an expression of the human spirit.

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