Outreach, education and engagement are fundamental to the work of Lo-Giudice Dance. Through a series of company classes, open rehearsals, workshops, residences and discussions we have continually provided a variety of resources to inspire and educate audiences in the work we do.
Over the past five years, more than 5000 participants have engaged with our work from all ages and walks of life.
WORKSHOPS AND RESIDENCIES
Workshops with Lo-Giudice Dance offer participants the chance to engage with the company in the studio. These are often tailor-made to provide the best possible experience with each organisation we work with.
Residencies with the company allow for a longer time period to work with the company. Our residences are often used as a chance to create a piece of choreography with the groups we work with.
If you are interested in knowing more, please contact us.
STUDENTS AND YOUTH WORK
Lo-Giudice Dance have worked with students and young dancers across the UK and Europe. From community groups in Northumberland to universities in Italy and Prague, we have engaged with students and young people from all walks of life.
Anthony has also created a number choreographic pieces on youth companies that have gone on to be selected to represent the best of the nations youth dance as part of the U.Dance Festival with Youth Dance England, taking the students involved across the country to perform their works to a national level. Please visit youth dance commissions to watch.
Open morning professional class is regularly provided whilst the company are in rehearsals and on tour. From Dance City in England, Art Garage in Naples, Dance Base in Scotland and the Alfred ve Dvore in Prague - we have welcomed professional arts to join us for class.
For professional artists, students and graduates wanting to find out more, please contact us.
POST SHOW DISCUSSION AND OUR ‘OPEN STUDIO'
Sometimes audiences want to savour the magic of live performance and let their thoughts on what they have experienced swirl around quietly in their mind. Other times, audiences want to know what went into the creation of a piece of choreography, they want to share their thoughts or they may want to have direct communication with the artists to further understand a piece. Post show discussions allow this to happen. Whenever possible, Lo-Giudice Dance commit to hosting a post show discussion to bridge the connections further between audiences and the work.
Lo-Giudice Dance also aim to keep an open door on the creative process within the studio. Please contact us directly if you would like to know more about upcoming opportunities for observation.
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