Biel Switzerland

Infusion Physical Theatre is joining international moving force of modern dance Ad Deum Dance Company, to offer a physical theatre elective track at this powerhouse workshop of beauty, artistry and athleticism.
Daily classes in Modern and Ballet at beginner, intermediate, and advanced/professional level, and an exciting selection of electives, including a special focus on mime and physical theatre, will ensure one of the best dance and mime workshops you’ll find all summer.
Participants will stay in quaint community hostel in the rolling farmland countryside of Wiler, Switzerland. Enjoy fresh dairy milk with your scenic breakfast, and take a provided pack lunch into the nearby town of Biel for the 3 studio locations pertaining to the various levels of the workshop. Evening activities and a full performance by the faculty during the week allow students time to refresh, hangout, and be inspired.
Price is all-inclusive… click here! for more details…
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Switzerland Workshop

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Joining international moving force of modern and contemporary dance Ad Deum Dance Company, Infusion offers a physical theatre elective track at this powerhouse workshop of beauty, artistry and athleticism. Daily classes in Modern and Ballet at beginner, intermediate, and advanced/professional level, and an exciting selection of electives will ensure one of the best dance and mime workshops you’ll find all summer. Price is all-inclusive… click here!

Sprung Dance Collective

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Infusion is pleased to be presenting in Queens’ College Contemporary Dance Society’s annual dance collective:
SPRUNG 2016!
A SPRING CELEBRATION OF DANCE

 Tue 8th & Wed 9th March
7.30pm Fitzpatrick Hall, Queens’ College, Cambridge
£5 (£4 students)

 Sprung! is a self selecting forum for dancers and choreographers of all levels, giving them a rare and wonderful performance opportunity taking pride in celebrating the rich diversity and creativity of dance at Queens’, bringing together students, professionals, guest artists, choreographers, composers and musicians to work in exciting, eclectic and unexpected ways.

Daniel and Melanie Cossette will perform in two works, one a duet exploring Chance (in collaboration with Hilary Goodall), the other a solo looking at Parkinson’s disease. This year will feature over ten dance pieces choreographed by society members, guests and Queen’s College Dance Artist in Residence, Adèle Thompson.  The show encompasses a variety of styles, including contemporary, Stomp and breakdance.

Further details: amg86@cam.ac.uk
Tickets: available on the door