With: Kristina &Sadé Alleyne (read more)
Date: Saturday 22 & Sunday 23 July
Time: 10:00 - 15:00
Price: € 150,-
Please send a link to a dancefilm (if you have one) and your cv, upon which a selection will be made.
Registration deadline: Open until fully booked; limited amount of places are available; register now to ensure yours!.
Photo KONNE PICS
Workshop description: this is a physical workshop which will involve strong, complex, and technical sequences, in and out of the floor, focusing on performance/stamina and commitment throughout the session, improvisation will also be explored as part of self-development.
The significant factors for the workshop are to develop the dancers’ creative mind, drive from passion, determination, strength, musicality and most importantly an intention/honesty in whatever choice they make throughout the session.
Our style has been inspired and developed from working with the likes of Akram Khan (fusion of Kathak and Contemporary Dance), Retina Dance Company (Release and Contact Work), Gregory Maqoma (Afro-Fusion Dance) and Henri Oguike (Classical Contemporary Dance based on Forsythe and Cunningham techniques).
Kristina joined forces with her twin sister Sadé Alleyne and started up their own education/performance company. In 2014 ALLEYNE DANCE was launched. Kristina and Sadé Alleyne present Alleyne Dance, an internationally touring, innovative, modern, multi-disciplined dance company based in London. Kristina and Sadé have worked with many companies across the years and trained in many genres of dance including traditional African dance, Hip Hop, Kathak, Latin and Circus Skills.
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Payment can be made:
- by bank: ABN-AMRO to: Henny Jurriëns Stichting*
- by paying cash at the desk of HJS (daily before 13:00)
* Bank ABN-AMRO / Henny Jurriëns Foundation No. 616935587 please add the name and number of the workshop.
IBAN no. NL22ABNA0616935587
SWIFT/BIC code: ABNANL2A
All bank charges are for your own account
Kristina and Sadé Alleyne originally trained as professional athletes in London. Those experiences have helped mould their dynamic, fast, physical dance style and technique. They began their dance training at the British School of Performing Arts and Technology and completed their professional training at Northern School of Contemporary Dance, Leeds (2008). Kristina was part of the postgraduate dance performance company Verve 2009. After graduating Kristina and Sadé danced separately for many choreographers and companies nationally and internationally such as Tavaziva Dance Company, Arthur Pita, Ijad Dance and Technology Company, African Company Fritti, Retina Dance Company, Henri Oguike Dance Company, Helen Parlor, ACE Dance and Music, Chisato Minamimura, Micheal Thomas Voss (Tango), State of Emergency, Vincent Mantsoe, Douglas Thorpe, Akiko Kitamura, Antoine Marc and Gregory Vuyani Maqoma. From 2012 they both joined Akram Khan Company. Sadé performed Vertical Road before joining Kristina for Khan's production iTMOi, London Olympic Opening Ceremony and are currently touring Kaash. Kristina and Sadé also deliver many workshops internationally as part of Akram Khan Company.