Tanssille summer workshop in June (23rd to 26th)

Från Tanssille

Finish organization called Tanssille is going to organize a summer workshop in June (23rd to 26th) for dance professionals.Teachers will be Anton Lachky and Eleonore Valere Lachky. Each day Anton will give class between 10-­‐13 and Eleonore from 14.30 to 17.30. Price for the whole workshop is 290 € and it includes an accommodation at school. The workshop is held in a city called Hanko and you can easily get there by train from Helsinki or Turku. If you need more information or want to sign in for the workshop please send email to workshop(at)tanssille.net

TANSSILLE is a non-­‐profit organization established in 2001 by Finnish dance professionals in Helsinki. TANSSILLE organizes morning classes and workshops for dance professionals. The main purpose of the organization is to help dance professionals to maintain and cultivate their physical condition required in this line of work. Our website is www.tanssille.net Here you can find the descriptions of teachers: ELEONORE VALERE LACHKY was born in 1979. She studied in P.A.R.T.S from 2000 till 2004. She then joined Ultima Vez company (Wim Vandekeybus) for the tour of ”Les porteuses de mauvaises nouvelles”, then Charleroi danses (Michèle Anne de Mey) for the world tour of ”Synfonia eroica”. In 2009, She worked for les Ballets C de la B (Lisi Estaras), Emanuel Gatt (Creation of ”Brilliant corner”), and the finish director Kristiand Smeds (”Mental Finland”). In 2010, she joined Needcompany (Jan Lauwers) for the tour of ”The deer house”, and ”The art of entertainment”. Eleonore has created her own work, currently touring internationally. Her solo ”Lands” (Charleroi danses), Whirling (Trafo theater, Hungary), and ”The darling scenes” (La Balsamine, Belgium) and have just premiered her new group piece ”Bleu”. In 2015, she will be interpret for Louise Vanneste, for her new creation ”Gone in a heartbeat”. She started to collaborate with her husband, Anton Lachky, since 2009 and has assisted the creation of ”Magical Road”, ”A perfect day to dream”, and ”Wonderland”. She has been teaching internationally sinc 2008 (PARTS, SEAD etc..) ANTON LACHKY was born in 1982. He started to dance at the age of 5 in the folk dance company Maly Vtácnik. He continued his dance education at the J.L. Bellu Conservatory in Banská Bystrica where he collaborated with friends and also participated in M.A.P.A. (Moving Academy for Performing Arts). From there he went on to train at the University of Bratislava in
2001, followed by further training at P.A.R.T.S., headed by A. Teresa de Keersmaeker (Belgium). Anton became a member of Akram Khan Company in March 2004 and followed long international tour of ”MA” (48 countries all over the world) for two years. Anton Lachky is co-­‐founder of Les SlovaKs Dance Collective. As a choreographer Anton Lachky has created different pieces. ”Mind a Gap” (2013) was his first autonomous creation. It toured all over the world. As a guest choreographer he made ”Softandhard”

Helsinki City Theater, ”Heaven is the place”

Prague DOT 504, ”Perfect Day To Dream” (which won best choreography of 2012 in Iceland)

Iceland Dance Company, ”Kids in a play” (nominated for the best choreography)

Zagreb, ”Sens Interdit”

Bodhi Project (SEAD), ”Magical Road”

St-­‐Gallen. In 2014 he created ”Wonderland” for the Götenborg ballet and choreographies for the Biennale of Venice, and for the Scottish dance theater. He is currently preparing his next creation ”It’s all about the pills” which will premiere in April 2015. His teaching activities are wide ranging; he has been invited in most of the European countries and has been teaching in Asia and North and South America too.

PUZZLE WORK CLASS DESCRIPTION: “I’m working on complexity, precision and speed. How to coordinate and control your body while wildly dancing in the space? It’s highly demanding work. Workshop is divided in two parts. First part is technical part, complex body work of every body part, that leads us to complex fast dancing material. Second part is PUZZLE WORK construction where I teach people how to create their own material and the highest complexity within your own limitations. Work is based on details and precision. Control of your brain and body.”