Hip Hop classes for adults
with Afroditi Vervenioti
6-7 & 13-14/7/2019
Hip-hop was originated in New York in the early 70’s. Hip-hop dance is a combination of body exercise, choreography and improvisation based on the movements of Hip-hop and r’n’b dance accompanied with the rap, hip-hop and r’n’b music. The student learns how to dance and gets acquainted with the hip-hop culture.
Afroditi Vervenioti was born in Athens, Greece. She graduated from the State School of Dance of Greece (2002), from Rotterdamse Dansacademie (2005) and from PG/MA Choreography, Tilburg, Holland (2007). She received scholarships from the National Foundation of Scholarships in Greece (2004) and Jacob’s Pillow Contemporary Tradition, Massachusetts, U.S.A. (2002). She also received scholarship for attending classes with Robert Stein, Pact Zolverein, Essen, Germany. She dances in contemporary dance companies in Greece and abroad.
She has attended several Hip-hop seminars over the years in U.S.A, in The Netherlands and in Greece. She teaches hip- hop dance since 2007 in several dance schools in Greece, where she has created many Hip-hop dance pieces.
She has choreographed in theatrical plays and some of her own productions (Sargam 2007, Lost Thought 2008, Alternative 2008, Towards I 2010 and Towards II 2013) in The Netherlands and in Greece. She is a member of Kinitiras Network since 2004.
When: 6-7 & 13-14/7/2019
Cost: 50€ (10% discount for unemployment card holders)
Reserve a place at: 210-9248328 or at firstname.lastname@example.org