Samuel Minguillon
In/Out workshops, 1 week
Samuel Minguillon is a performing arts graduate and has worked as an actor, dancer, teacher and assistant choreographer, while he also creates his own work.

He has danced for companies such as
Producció Nacional de Dansa (Barcelona), the Dutch National Opera & Ballet (Amsterdam), Toula Limnaios (Berlin), Tdlab (Tenerife), Cia
Sonia Rodriguez (Barcelona), Plan B company (Barcelona), and has assisted Royston Maldoom and Tamara Mac lord in the production Grandes Pasos.

He has worked with choreographers such as Roser Lopez, Thomas Noone, Alfredo Bravo, Aranxta Sagardoy, Helena Berthelius, Randi de
Vlieghe, and more. As a teacher he is involved with Dancepat (Munich, DE), AHK (Amsterdam, NL), Henny Jurriens foundation (Amsterdam,
NL), Performing Arts university (Chengdu, CHN), Marameo (Berlin, DE), Tanzfabrik (Berlin, DE), profesional-training basel (Basel, CH), area espai de dansa y creació (Barcelona, ES), Iwanson contemporary dance school (Munich, DE), Metamorphosis studio (Beijing, CHN), University for Music & Dance Cologne (Cologne, DE) and companies like Staatstheater Kassel, Johannes Wieland, Konzert Theatre Bern, Bielefeld Tanz Company.

He gives intensive workshops of his movement technique (In/Out) worldwide, in vocational and professional dance
training schools and companies in Amsterdam, Beijing, Chengdu, Tel Aviv, Barcelona, Munich, Berlin, Madrid, Zurich, New York, Boston,
Miami, San Francisco, and more, while also leading research lab workshops for Modern Bruises dance collective (Amsterdam, NL).
A platform where Samuel Minguillon invites you to share, explore, experience and transform your movement.
Samuel works with different ways of approaching the floor, gradually developing to sequences, transporting you into his very fluid but energetic body language.
With his challenging floor work sequences and dynamic combinations he invites the body to visit unknown places by breaking personal boundaries, and through these develop.
He will encourage you to work with different qualities and dynamics throughout the
workshop, always having as an objective to move in a natural way and connect with the
inner animal, without forgetting to work with tools and the necessary technique.
Through partnering work and improvisation you will explore existing material, observe, listen and learn from other moving bodies a nd the environment, and transform this information into movement.
Samuel proposes to create a space in which we can expand o u r m movement beyond the established limits.
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