Since 2019 The Thelma Yellin School of the Arts
2019 Fresco - Yoram Carmi Dance Company, Israel
2019 Aterballeto Dance Company, Italy
2018 Boris Eifman Academy, Saint Petersburg, Russia
2018/2019 NOD Dance Education Program, Turin, Italy
2016 Muhlenberg College, Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA
2012- 2015 The Jerusalem High School and Dance Academy
Since 2010 The Professional Dancers' Education Program. Artistic Director- Naomi
Perlov, Tel Aviv, Israel
2007/2014 The Professional Dancers' Education Program, Kibbutz Ga'aton, Israel
2010 The Dance and Theatre Academy Bytom, Poland
2008 The Danish National School for Contemporary Dance, Denmark
MASTER CLASS - Body in Dance
Sharon Vazanna's work extends beyond the stage through Workshops, Master Classes, Residencies and Commissions by bringing her creative process and her technique to classes in schools and dance companies in Israel and abroad.
About the master classes:
The class will start with a contemporary technique class and will be followed by a study of movements from the current repertoire. In the technique class we will focus on the anatomical structure of the body, isolations and separations of body parts and the relationship between them.
We will examine the relationships of different body parts and movements influenced by gravity and weight, space and the dynamics of a movement and its patterns.
Attention is given to musicality, rhythmic precision and the quality of each and every movement.
The second part of the class is a study of sections from the current repertoire including internalising layers of the creative background of the work, its character and its emotional and psychological motives.
Sharon offers open classes for professional dancers.
For the monthly schedule and info please contact:
The class is a contemporary technique class for professional dancers.
In the class we will focus on the anatomical structure of the body, isolations and separations of body parts and the relationship between them. We will examine the relationships between different body parts and movements influenced by gravity, weight and space as well as the dynamics of a movement and its patterns. Attention is given to musicality, rhythmic precision and the quality of each and every movement.
The goal is to connect with the body - our most prized tool - and prepare it for the dancer’s work day.