LEIMAY LUDUS Lab: Voice as Movement II lead by guest resident teacher Peter Sciscioli
This lab is intended for anyone interested in a more intermediate/advanced approach to a method of working with the voice and body as an integrated whole, using imagery and embodied exercises to work with movement, breath and sound, singing and speech. Some previous experience is useful, either from a theater or music perspective or through prior classes/workshops with Sciscioli. We will continue to discover how exploring the voice as movement can expand the variety of choices that are available to performers, connect us to our unique vocal power, and allow for a fuller means of expression through the body.
To learn more about Peter Sciscioli’s work, you can also visit www.petersciscioli.com.
Date: Saturday, November 5
Time: 10am – 1pm
Peter Sciscioli is an interdisciplinary performer, creator, educator, and producer whose work encompasses dance, music, theater and film. Since 1997 he has been creating work with a wide variety of collaborators for concert, site-specific and theater venues throughout the world. In 2012, Sciscioli founded the International Interdisciplinary Artists Consortium, a network of artists and producers working across disciplines and cultures. He has performed and taught in countries from Mexico to Macedonia, worked extensively with Meredith Monk, Jane Comfort and Daria Fain, and performed in work by Jonathan Bepler/Matthew Barney, Ping Chong, Susan Marshall and Philip Glass/Mary Zimmerman, among others. www.petersciscioli.com
ABOUT LEIMAY LUDUS
LEIMAY LUDUS is an invitation to play in the world of LEIMAY. Through LEIMAY LUDUS Ximena, Shige and the LEIMAY Ensemble share and continue to articulate LEIMAY’s physical conditioning practices, visual art craft, aesthetics and philosophies while providing another point of access to their creations and process, and contributing to an understanding of the works distinctive to LEIMAY.
LEIMAY LUDUS offers different opportunities to work with artistic director Ximena Garnica, current ensemble dancers, and with an inspiring group of local and international guest and resident teachers working within the field of butoh, physical theater, performance art and experimental vocal practices.
LEIMAY LUDUS is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.