Focus on both moving big in space as well as grounded to the floor and oneselves center.
After a physical and techniqual warm up with both floor work and barre, follows choreographic phrases and variations, where dynamics changes from power to more lyrical movements.
Level: Advanced participants.
Booking: To book the course, please press "BOKA KURSEN NU"You will then be redirected to a booking form. The form is also available in English.
There is also a discount card for vocational students and professional dancers, 2000 SEK for 10 classes. The card is personal.
Charlotta Öfverholm studied dancing at Balettakademien in Göteborg with Lia Schubert, continued at Alvin Ailey's American Dance Theatre in NY, and is a graduate of UCLA in Film/TV/Video and from The Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute in LA.
She has had a long international career with companies such as DV 8 Physical Theatre/ London, Bill T. Jones and Complexions/ NYC, Joseph Tmim Toláda /Berlin, Ramon Ollers Metros/ Barcelona, Cie Corinne Lanselle/Paris, Farm in the Cave/Viliam Docolomansky/Prague, Dorte Olesen and Björn Elisson Kompani in Stockholm. She is currently working with Alexander Ekman.
Lead roles include DEATH in SJUNDE INSEGLET by Ingmar Bergman directed by Benke Rydman and Hugo Hansén, Shakespeare’s Hamlet (Landestheatre Linz by Robert Poole), Alice in Alice in Wonderland (Stadttheater Giessen by Roberto Galvan), and Lola in Lola and Mr Talk at Divadlo Archa (by Jan Kodet) for which she was nominated for a Thalia Prize at the National Theatre in Prague CZ.
Charlotta choreographs commissioned works for companies such as GöteborgsOperan, Norrdans, RTV Borås. Folkoperan, Tanztheater Münster, Landestheater Linz, VerTe dance Prague and Peridance CDC among others as well as for film and TV.
She teaches and choreographes for schools and universities all over the world and enjoys meeting and giving to new generations of dance.
She is the coordinator and programmer of Balettakademiens International Summer Festival in Stockholm since 2005.
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