This workshop will start with a gaga dancers class, then you will go in exploring the material and work on tasks of the choreographies … by Ohad Naharin
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Rachael Osborne Born in Australia 1980, trained at the National Capital Ballet School under Janet Karin OAM. She completed an Associate Degree in Dance at QUT in 1999 and participated in various dance projects around Brisbane before joining Ensemble Batsheva in 2001 and subsequently the Batsheva Dance Company in 2003. Rachael continued to dance with Batsheva until 2017.
Rachael was Assistant to the Rehearsal Director at Batsheva between 2008-2010 and during this time was the Batsheva recipient of the Yair Shapira Prize. She has taught Gaga since 2008 and Ohad’s repertory for over a decade in Israel, Europe, Australia, Japan and North America.
Ian Osborne Ian Robinson was born in Bangor, Maine USA. He trained with the Robinson Ballet and graduated from New York University Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA. Ian danced with various companies and projects including Mikhail Baryshnikov’s Hells Kitchen Dance, Complexions Contemporary Ballet, Les Ballets Jazz de Montreal, Sydney Dance Company and Aszure Barton & Artists before joining Batsheva Dance Company in 2009. Until 2017 Ian danced there full time under the artistic leadership of Ohad Naharin. Ian now continues independently to develop himself as a dancer, creator, teacher and videographer. He is a certified Gaga teacher, stages Ohad’s works and leads classes and workshops for dance communities around the world.
Before you fill out the registration form, please make sure you will be able to upload the following to complete your registration:
Dance video, preferably a Youtube, Vimeo, One Drive or Dropbox link. If you send a file it should not exceed 5MB
Curriculum Vitae / BIO
Recent Headshot, max. file size 1.0 MB
Incomplete registrations will not be accepted, if this is the case you will be notified by email. Within 5 working days we will get in touch with you if you are accepted. Payment deadline is 1 June 2019, in order to avoid disappointments, we strongly advise you to pay as soon as possible. Some workshops will be sold out early! Note that only AFTER we received your payment your place is secured.