The In Progress Feedback Festival (IPFF), the festival that has become a tradition and institution at Kinitiras, is celebrating its 10 years of existence this year and will take place between the 29/03/2019 and 01/04/2019 in Athens.
This work is a journey through the endless desert of choreography, which speculates over socialmovements, working conditions and hybrids of dance history.
The Countertechnique® class is a contemporary dance technique class. It stretches, coordinates and strengthens the body, making the dancer sweat, build stamina and really move.
Artists from around the world will reside at an inspiring environment to promote multicultural understanding that allows innovation and creativity to flourish.
Each workshop focuses on a different part of the body.
Classes start on September 10th with a week of free classes.
Maya M. Carroll returns at Kinitiras as a guest artist to work with Aria Boumpaki, to offer contemporary dance classes and to perform with her collaborator, Roy Carroll.
This course is designed for women of all ages, and anyone who wants to explore her own feminine cycles.
The Instrument teaching is a physical practice through the articulation of movement in time, space and the imagination.
The new performance of Maya M. Carroll with her collaborator, Roy Carroll.
Following their encounter last year at Kinitiras, Aria and Maya’s residency will be a sharing of insights, conversations and dances.
Liadain Herriott is Kinitiras’ resident artist from August 31st 2018 until September 8th 2018.