Sorry, this entry is only available in Français.
Graduated social education worker with main emphasis on “Social education work with children and young person displaying behavioral problems”
1989-1992 training as a Dansexpressie instructor with Zwaantje de Vries and R´douan Baroud, in cooperation with Hooge School voor de Kunsten/Amsterdam
Dansexpressie instructor (freelance) since 1990, Dansexpressie teaching for children, young person and adults, a large number of dance projects at primary and middle school.
Numerous preparations and presentations of dance productions for children and adults.
Teaching assignment for Dansexpressie for the education to a remedial teacher at Birkenhof ( 1999-2004),
Teaching assignment for Dansexpressie at HAWK Hildesheim 1998-2009, participation as choreograph and consultant for international productions of HAWK ( “Les Bleu et les Jaunes“ (“The Blues and the Yellows”) a German-Moroccan theatre project, and “Frauen 007- Migrantinnen auf der Reise“ (“Women 007 – Migrants on a yourney”), an international dance theatre project for women)
Assistant director, Choreograph and dancer in various productions of Theaterwerkstatt Hannover (a.o. “Vaginamonologe”, “Ithaka - oder nach Hause kommen” (“Ithaka – or coming home”), as well as own productions and productions in cooperation with artists from Hannover.
Regular workshops and further training offers in Germany and abroad, at different institutes: Akademie Loccum, Landesjugendamt Dresden, Kargah Hannover Lotsenprojekt, in France at Roy Hart Theatre, in Greece on the island Aigina.
Dansexpressie is a dance method developpedin the Netherlands, that has the idea that everybody can dance.The aim of Dansexpressie is to discover anew the own personal dance and above all the joy in it and to share it with others.
Dansexpressie is dancing without exercise stress and predetermined step combinations. It is an offer to rediscover possibilities of expression, that have often been forgotten, to move body and soul and to connect with our inner.
After her studies at the Conservatory of Amsterdam (A.Bijlsma) she moved to Italy, where she worked at S.Cecilia Symphonic Orchestra (Rome). Further on she collaborated with various baroque and classical chamberorchestras (Italy, Austria), concerting throughout Europe and Japan.
She has worked with musicians like Fabio Biondi, Alfredo Bernardini, Kees Boeke, G.Letzbor (Ars Antiqua Austria) in both concerts and recordings.
She was invited as a guest teacher at various baroquemusic seminars (Italy).
Since 1988 she is member of Tripla Concordia, playing the baroquecello both as soloist and as continuoplayer. With this ensemble she appeared on radio and television in several countries of the European Union and performed at major music festivals both in Italy and abroad, such as Musica e Poesia a S. Maurizio in Milan, the Schlosskonzerte in Salzburg (Austria), the Festival Internacional de Musica Antigua de Daroca (Spain), the Music Weeks at the Cité de la Musique de Paris (France), Haendel Festival in Halle (Germany). With Tripla Concordia she made a number of recordings, which have earned international recognition (Stradivarius, Dynamic, Nuova Era, Philharmonia, Cantus (Spain), Brilliant (Belgium).
From 1990 till 1999 she participated regularly in music-theatre productions (solo-cello and performing-arts).
In 2002 she founded the ensemble AlmaTéssara (PianoTrio and Voice), dedicated to chambermusic of the 19th and 20th century, with special attention to woman composers and the creation of multidimensional performances (Widmer-Switserland/Brasil).
In 2011 she founded String Trio Mizar, together with Renata Lacko (violin) and Carmelo Giallombardo (viola). This same year she recorded a cycle of Vivaldi Sonatas with Tripla Concordia.
Currently she is training as a Choir Conducter at the Fondazione Guido d’Arezzo School of Choir Conducting.
Since 2006 she has been a coordinator and teacher for the Music Program at the Accademia dell’Arte in collaboration with Furman University (South Carolina, US).
More recently her responsibilities include assisting in the administrative direction of the Master of Fine Arts
8 - 20 Septembre 2015The Creative Voice International SeminarKaya ANDERSON, Albino BIGNAMINI*, Anne HEEG et Saso VOLLMAIER *register
Jazz singer Anne Hartkamp has been in close touch with the Roy Hart Theatre work ever since participating in her first seminars with Paul and Clara Silber in 1997 and, later on, with Jonathan Hart-Makwaia. One of the better known singers on the German jazz scene, she can be heard on numerous CDs, including some as a composer and band leader. Apart from her intense song interpretations, her trademark is a playful, instrumental and improvisational approach to the voice. Anne Hartkamp teaches jazz singing at the University for Applied Sciences in Osnabrueck, Germany.
For more infos, listening samples and videos, please visit www.annehartkamp.de (in German and English language)
After graduating from Mozarteum, Salzburg 1983, I worked as actress and singer for more than 10 years in german theatres. During that time I also extensively trained in “Method-Acting” , Lee Strasberg’s explorative body-mind training for performers. In 1993 the Roy-Hart-Voice-Work found me through Clara and Paul Silber and I have been working and living with this vision for voice and human beings ever since. I am teaching voice and acting since the early nineties aiming at supporting people to unfold their creative powers. Happily married to Ralf Peters we co founded “KörperschafftKlang”, a voice-theatre-company with its seat in Köln, where we live. In my capacity as a buddhist meditation teacher I am using voice and bodywork as a medium on that path of liberation as well.
Dirigé par Agnès DUMOUCHEL, conteuse dans les Hautes Alpes. Professeur de voix et comédienne du Roy Hart Théâtre. Co-anime des stages au Bataclown. Plus d’infos sur : www.agnes-dumouchel.com
& Marie GALLOT, comédienne et clown formée à l’animation d’atelier clown par le Bataclown a suivi des stages clown-acteur de Vincent Rouche de la Compagnie du Moment.
Travaille avec la Cie des Rivages de Toulouse et participe à des soirées improvisations Clown avec les MARIENEZ de la Cie du Morse dans le Tarn.
Nbre de participants : 12
Durée : 30 h
Prix : 405 €
Stage exclusivement en français
Directed by David Goldsworthy & Marianne Le Tron
Hours : 20 h – Price : 270 € – Participants : 10 maximum
10 h – 13 h / 15 h 18 h
An open workshop to develop the singing voice and give life to “your” song.
- Daily voice and body warm up, voice lessons in small groups, individual work on interpretation of songs olarf various styles (blues, jazz, popular, traditional, gospel …)
Learning a polyphonic song.
An evening of presentation is possible.
The work is adapted to the level of each participant.
You must come with two songs, learned by heart, and the musoc score.
2 - 6 Juin 2015Opening Voices with Brazilian Rythms and SongsPaula MOLINARI & Pamela Cristina de Almeida *register
14 - 19 Juin 2015Voice in Artistic Expression (Year Group 2015/2016)Edda HEEG & Walli HOEFINGERregister
23 - 28 Juin 2015River of Life – Signature Story – Telling for Business ProfessionalsIvan MIDDERIGHregister
Directed by Edda Heeg & Rosemarie Anton*
Hours : 33 h (10h-13h & 17h30-20h) Sunday : 10h – 13h & 14h30 -17h
Price : 495 €
Participants : 12
Level : All
In this workshop we aim to explore each individual’s creative space through voice and dance, following the thread of emotions and images and giving them expression.
We will work in studios, with time for individual work, and also out side, using inspiration from the countryside around. How are voice and movement affected by nature and the elements – for example down by the river, by the light of the sunset or in an ancient chapel? And how can we best integrate these influences in our own creativity?
When we work out of doors, we may have different working hours.