Giorgi Aleksidze Tbilisi Contemporary Ballet Artistic Director Mariam Aleksidze’s original programme -
“Dance and Contemporaneity”
Learning dancing fosters physical and aesthetic development in a person, promotes diligence, discipline and the sense of responsibility. Choreographic education enhances the sense of rhythm, the ability to remember and repeat in any person regardless of their dancing qualifications and potential. It helps develop flexibility, coordination, the ability to perceive the character of dance and music. It relieves tension and frees imagination. In the process of learning, one develops both the skill of contemporary dance as perception, remembering and repeating and the skill of presenting the learnt and already refined compositions and presenting oneself. Contemporary dance adds the air of freedom and lightness to everyday life.
To ensure physical development, special exercises shall be performed on the floor and in the hall. To develop the sense of rhythm, flexibility and coordination, the class participants shall do rhythm exercises and stretching. To be able to perceive the character of a dance and music, they will have to initially learn separate movements and related needs. Then – to remember and perform short compositions based on these movements. To relieve physical or internal tension, awaken their own imagination and interpretation skills, the participants could be tasked with improvising.
Main working themes in class:
Head of educational programmes:
Marina Aleksidze, manager and chief ballet master of Giorgi Aleksidze Tbilisi Contemporary Ballet Company
Nino Gogua, principal dancer and teacher of Giorgi Aleksidze Tbilisi Contemporary Ballet Company
Tatia Sibashvili, administrator of the educational direction of Giorgi Aleksidze Tbilisi Contemporary Ballet Company
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