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Summer Ballet Intensive age 15-20

Tivoli Ballet School Summer Intensive 2020 
3. - 8. august 2020, Age 15-20

 

We are honoured to announce the 2020 Summer Intensive at Tivoli Ballet School taking place in Tivoli, Copenhagen from 3. August to 8. August 2020. Ages 12-20.

This registration applies to the age group 15-20.


Date and Location
Monday 3. August – Saturday 8.
August 2020 at Tivoli Ballet School, Tivoli, Tietgensgade 12, 1704 Copenhagen, Denmark

Participants
Classes are open to ballet students from age 15 to 20.

Schedule

Monday – Friday:
 
11:30 - 13:15: Ballet Class - Andrew Bowman
 
13:20 – 14:15: Ladies Pointe Class Tina Højlund / Men’s Physical Conditioning Andrew Bowman
 
14:15 - 15:00: Own Lunch
 
15:00 – 16:30: Bournonville Repertoire Class - Peter Bo Bendixen/ Tina Højlund
 
16:30 – 16:45: Break
 
16:45 – 18:15: Contemporary class with improvisation - Marylise Tanvet-Olax
 
Saturday:
 
11:30 - 13:15: Ballet Class - Andrew Bowman
 
13:20 – 14:15: Ladies Pointe Class - Tina Højlund/ Men’s Physical Conditioning - Andrew Bowman
 
14:15 - 15:00: Own Lunch
 
15.00 – 17.00: Rehearsal of the showing
 
17.00 – 18.00: Showing in Lumbye Studio, Tivoli Concert Hall
 
Evening Activity: Watch pantomime performance at the Peacock Theatre: Pjerrots Fataliteter and Tivoli rides. Attending students will be provided with a pass for all the rides. 

Faculty – Tivoli Ballet Theatre and School

Peter Bo Bendixen, Artistic Director Tivoli Ballet Theatre

 

Peter Bo Bendixen blev optaget på Den kgl. Ballets elevskole 1974 og ansat som danser ved Den Kgl. Ballet i 1983. To år senere skabte John Neumeier titelpartiet til ham i helaftensballetten Amleth. Samarbejdet med John Neumeier førte til, at Peter Bo Bendixen i 1986 blev ansat som danser i John Neumeiers kompagni Hamburg Ballett. Tre år senere vendte han tilbage til Den Kgl. Ballet, hvor han i 1991 blev udnævnt til solist og i 1993 til solodanser.
Peter Bo Bendixen har på Det Kgl. Teater danset en række vigtigt hovedpartier bl.a. Albrecht i Giselle, Struense i Caroline Mathilde, Romeo i Romeo og Julie, titelpartiet i Onegin, Junker Ove i Et Folkesagn og Gennaro i Napoli.

Sideløbende med danser-karrieren var Peter Bo Bendixen fra 1997 kunstnerisk Leder af Den Kgl. Ballets turnerende kompagni Principals and Soloists of the Royal Danish Ballet, som har gæstet blandt andet Sydafrika, Brasilien og USA, samt en række lande i Europa. I 2006 blev Peter Bo Bendixen udnævnt til balletchef i Tivoli, hvor han siden har haft ansvaret for Pantomimeteatret og de internationale balletgæstespil i Koncertsalen.

På Pantomimeteatret har Peter Bo Bendixen iscenesat en række værker af August Bournonville, blandt andet Konservatoriet og La Ventana, samt sammensat en speciel Bournonville-aften med uddrag fraNapoli, samt pas de deux’en fra Blomsterfesten i Genzano. I 2012 debuterede Peter Bo Bendixen som koreograf med en opsætning af Nøddeknækkeren i Koncertsalen i Tivoli.

 
 

Tina Højlund

 

Tina Højlund er balletinstruktør på Tivoli Ballet Skole siden 2015. Tina er uddannet på Det Kongelige Teaters Balletskole og var solist i Den Kgl. Ballet i en lang årrække. I løbet af sin karriere i Den Kgl. Ballet fortolkede Tina mange hovedpartier deriblandt, Teresina (Napoli), Eleonora (Kermessen i Brügge), Birte (Et Folkesagn), Elisa og Victorine (Konservatoriet), Kitri (Don Quixote), Julie (Romeo & Julie), Ella (Legs of Fire), Myrta (Giselle), Anita (West Side Story), Carabosse (Tornerose). Tina har danset et bredt udsnit af balletter af koreografer som George Balanchine, Peter Martins, John Neumeier, Jiri Kylian, Jerome Robbins, Serge Lifar, Maurice Béjart, Alexei Ratmansky, Marius Petipa og Tim Rushton. Samarbejdet med Tim Rushton udviklede sig til, at Tina søgte orlov fra Den Kgl. Ballet for at danse med Dansk Danseteater i en sæson. Tinas søgen efter kunstneriske samarbejder udenfor Den Kgl. Ballet har udmøntet sig i roller som titelpartiet i Alexander Kølpins Sylfiden, Terasina i Tim Rushtons Napoli og Hide and Seek i Kanonhallen. Desuden medvirkede Tina i mange år i Alexander Kølpins Sommerballet. Tina har rejst verden rundt med Den Kgl. Ballet og med Principals and Soloists of the Royal Danish Ballet ledet af Peter Bo Bendixen. Som instruktør har Tina assisteret koreografen Louise Midjord i skabelsen af balletten Othello (Den Kgl. Ballet) og været del af danseprojektet DanseDrømme, som udmøntede sig i forestillingen Udspring.

Musikalitet, dynamik og koordination er hjørnesten i Tinas undervisning. Med udgangspunkt i danserens korrekte placering og individuelle behov, hjælper hun den enkelte med at finde det naturlige flow i dansen gennem krop og arme, som bl.a. er kendetegnende ved en god Bounonville danser.
Tina er en efterspurgt underviser både i ballet og i Gyrokinesis. Hun underviser bl.a. Dansk Danseteater, Tivoli Ballet Teater, Copenhagen Contemporary Dance School og Dansehallerne.
Tina er modtager af Bournonville legatet, Reumert talentpris, Statoil legatet, Svenåge Larsens legat samt Balletmester Albert Gaubiers mindelegat.
 
Andrew Bowman
 
 

Andrew Bowman’s career as a Principal Ballet Dancer has taken him across the globe – performing in approximately 50 different countries before Royalty, prestigious guests and influential patrons of the Arts.

His love of dance began as a young boy in New Zealand and subsequently was head hunted and brought to the Australian Ballet School at the age of 14. He was soon swooped up into the Company where his long guesting career began, performing in many countries such as China, Brazil, South Africa, the United States of America to mention just a few.

His love for the Bournonville tradition, their exquisite technique and unparalleled artistry in storytelling, led him to Denmark, where he flew through the ranks to become a Principle Dancer with the prestigious Royal Danish Ballet company at the early age of 22.

Here he danced the leading roles in classic productions such as Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty, Nutcracker and Don Quixote, and worked closely with all of the consecutive Directors including Maina Gielgud and Frank Andersen as well as having creations made on him by New York City Ballet Director Peter Martins, Bolshoi Ballet’s Director Alexei Ratmanksy and Royal Ballet’s resident choreographer Christopher Wheeldon.

In 2012, Bowman became a Guest Principle Artist where he was invited to travel and dance around the world performing with the many of the world’s top Ballet companies including New York City Ballet, Australian Ballet, The Royal New Zealand Ballet, Royal Swedish Ballet, National Finish Ballet, Bayerisches Staatsballet Munich and Bolshoi Ballet Galas, amongst other prestigious cultural events.

After 20 years as a professional dancer, Bowman decided he wanted to dedicate the next chapter of his carrier to passing on the vast amounts of artistic knowledge and experience acquired over several decades of complete emersion in the dramatic arts. His new found passion in teaching, challenges him to augment and solidify all the varied knowledge of different styles and techniques he has mastered himself as a dancer - and pass it on to the next generation.

Marylise Tanvet-Olax

 
 
Marylise Tanvet-Olax is a contemporary dance teacher at Tivoli Ballet school Pre-Professional Ballet Program since 2018.
Marylise Tanvet-Olax is French, raised in Paris and trained as both classical and contemporary dancer and got her Master degree in dance from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Danse de Paris, France.
As a professional dancer, she has worked at major contemporary dance companies such as Skånes Dance Theater, Danish Dance Theater and The Cullberg Ballet.
Since 2011, Tanvet-Olax has been teaching and choreographing contemporary dance in Denmark, among others at The Danish Royal Theatre Ballet School in Odense. Marylise is a sought-after guest teacher, including at Danish Dance Theater, Copenhagen Contemporary Dance School and Gaardbodans.
She has received the Albert Gaultier Foundation Critics Award (2006) and The Neel Resling Halpern Foundation scholarship (2011).
Marylise has also been nominated as Dancer of the Year at the 2004 Reumert Awards.
 

Admission
Registration will be by application only including photos. Applicants may be required to send a short video of barre, center work and including pointe work for ladies. Students are required to have a strong classical ballet technique with a proven minimum of four years of training at an advanced level.

Medical Insurance

Students must be covered by their own medical insurance. The Summer Intensive is not responsible for any medical coverage or injury related expenses. It is required that the dancers are in good health in order to prevent injuries.

Tuition

Registration for one week - 6 days of tuition and admission to Tivoli: 2600 DKK

Registration
Please click here for instructions of registration and payment. Please also fill in this application including the required photos and send to ahjp@tivoli.dk.

What to wear

Ladies: black leotards - pink tights and ballet slippers and pointe shoes.

Men: black tights - white t-shirt and white ballet slippers.

General information
There will be an informal showing Saturday 8. August 2020 in
Lumbye studio in Tivoli Concert Hall.  Students receive two complimentary entrance tickets to Tivoli for the performance.

On arrival you will receive a welcome folder with necessary information about Tivoli, the locations, the city and the weekly schedule. The folder also includes an admission card for the amusement park Tivoli.

Accommodation

Copenhagen has various opportunities of accommodation and Tivoli Ballet School will gladly convey on request.

Refund Policy
THERE ARE NO REFUNDS ONCE A STUDENT IS REGISTERED FOR THE PROGRAM.
 

Mission Statement

Tivoli Ballet School has dedicated its Summer Intensives to the purpose of connecting young dancers from all over the world and expanding their understanding of our art form in the beautiful setting of Tivoli Gardens.

Tilmeldte
Tilmeldingsfrist
31.07.2020
Tidspunkt
03.08.2020 kl. 11.30 - 08.08.2020 kl. 18.00
Sted
Tivoli Ballet School, Tietgensgade 12, Copenhagen
Pris
2600,00 kr.