The Radiant Performer-Musicis Corpus by Alexandra Kazazou and Sam Alty
Sam Alty and Alexandra Kazazu collaborated for the first time as instructors at the Studıo Matejka’s summer seminars under the auspices of the Grotowski Institute. Since then they have been collaborating on various projects around the world.
In January 2017 they collaborated on the creation of the play Medea Bellegi which premiered in Smyrna. Where Alexandra directed and Sam wrote the musical dramaturgy of the play. Corpus ”
The aim of the seminar is, through the work to be precise, the anatomical approach of the limits of the body and its sound containers, to strip any kind of aesthetic language. physicality of sound.
As it emerges through the energy of the whole. (Ensemble Energie)
A suggestion will be made:
1. In the cultivation of the awareness of the members of the body and its vessels as well as in its expressive possibilities.
2. In the strengthening of the respiratory vessels
3. In the embodiment of sound-text-song and in the creation of physical actions
4. In the composition of the body.
5. In the rhythmic scores of the body and the voice.
6. In the harmonization of the horizontal with the vertical axis of the body and the voice.
7. In the deepening of the coordination technique (Coordination)
Participants should know a song they want to explore, a text to have a photo or painting, as a work inspiration.
The seminar is addressed to actors, dancers, performers and students of drama schools. The selection of participants will be based on a CV.
Reservations and send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
and on the phone 6946458465
Dates and Hours: 25-26-27-28 May 2017
[Thursday 17.00-22.00- Friday 17.00-22.00- Saturday 17.00-22.00- Sunday 17.00-22.00]
Cost: 140e with a deposit of 60e until May 5
120e in case of discount of the laboratory as well as for participants in previous seminars of the Theater & Movement Research Project until April 27
Piraeus Bank: IBAN: GR03 0171 8630 0068 6313 1269 102
(recipient name Maria Lappa – Theodoros Trimmis
Seminar Area: Fabrica Technopark, 125 Meg. Alexandrou, Kerameikos
Greek-Polish woman, born in Wroclaw. After her theatrical studies at the Theater Department of the School of Fine Arts of AUTh, she works as an actress on the Experimental Stage of “Art”.
At the same time, with friends and associates, he founded the Asypka theatrical group in Athens.
In 2009 she returned to her hometown and did her MA in acting under the auspices of Manchester Metropolitan University.
He is a member of Studio Matejka at the Grotowski Institute,
of the Jubilo Group and the Odra Ensemble at the Song of the Goat Theater.
He has taught Ancient Greek Tragedy at the University of Wroclaw.
Since 2010 he has been an actor and director at the Grotowski Institute.
The play Harmolypi, produced by the Institute in 2013, has toured in many countries around the world, receiving rave reviews.
In 2014-15 he directs Fabrice Melqiuot’s Unexpected
He interprets Kassandra in the work of Dimitris Dimitriadis “The evangelism of Kassandra” directed by Ios Voulgariko, both productions of the Grotowski Institute.
Delivers seminars in many countries around the world on Physical Theater and Studio Matejka techniques.
In 2016 he starred in the play by D. Dimitriadis “Insenso” directed by Petros Sevastikoglou, with an official premiere in Wroclaw, Poland as part of the opening of the Capital of Culture 2016. With performances during the Karolos Koun Art Theater and the State Greek Theater Bo as in the 7th Theatrical Olympiad, held in Wroclaw, Poland.
The academic year 2016-17 finds her teaching at the National Theater and the Higher Private School of Dramatic Art “Delos”, while at the same time she is rehearsing with the Art Theater for the play Medea by Euripides within the Athens Epidaurus Festival.
Her main field of research is the function of dance in ancient drama and its connection with situations and events of everyday life. One of the most important experiences she has had is her visit – for research purposes to the Guantanamo Bay base in Cuba.
Samuel Alty is an experienced teacher, actor-musician and international performer. He´s danced at the Royal Opera House, toured with Giffords Circus, performed with members of the Song of the Goat company, Studio Matejka and has just released his own solo album. He has developed his own working methodology that incorporates techniques adapted from theatre, meditation, martial arts, and his experience in song-writing and performing.