Mon, 08 Jan|
TripYoga & TripDance
TRIPSPACE PRO CLASS with BECKY & MARSO
Marso and Becky are known for their unique style of Breakin and contemporary dance. Based on an experimental approach to movement. Class £5 on the door more info: http://www.tripspace.co.uk/class/581/becky-marso-facilitate-prodance-training/
Time & Location
08 Jan 2018, 11:00 – 11 Jan 2018, 12:00
TripYoga & TripDance, Railway Arch 339, Acton Mews, London, Haggerston E8 4EA, UK
About The Event
Marso and Becky are known for their unique style of Breakin and contemporary dance. Based on an experimental approach to movement, their signature style of work often evolves and is inspired from Martial arts, Breakin, Popping, Contemporary Release Technique, and Yoga. This morning class will have a heavy focus on finding centrifugal momentum, spiralling and floor work. The class is aimed to develop all professional dancers from contemporary dancers through to Bboys/Bgirls and Street Dancers wanting to develop their movement vocabulary or and skills or who simply want to take part in a fun and physical dance class.
Becky Namgauds has worked with Marion Motin, Holly Blakey and Marianne Elliott at the National Theatre to name a few, and is featured in videos for Dior, Klyne, Dua Lipa and iDxChanel. Her solo works Severed Dreams and Exhibit F have been performed around the UK including Tony Adigun’s event The Factory art Dance Umbrella. In 2016 Becky was selected by Hofesh Shechter to create ‘RodaDoras’ for East Wall Warm Up. She is currently creating new work to be premiered in 2018.
Born in France, Marso Riviere is an award winning choreographer. He has established himself as a major force in both the contemporary dance, and Breakin’ worlds, producing events and touring works in the UK and abroad. Founder of Company Decalage, Bboy's Attic he is an active member of leading Breakin’ Crews MDK and TBB75 UK. Recent productions include Matches with Guy Nader and Hokiri for Carlos Acosta’s Company "Acosta Danza”. Marso also performed in Hussein Chalayan’s Gravity Fatigue choreographed by Damien Jalet in 2015.