East European Performing Arts Platform (EEPAP) supports the
development of contemporary performing arts (dance and theatre)
in 18 countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
Warsaw Flow International Contact Improvisation Festival, 1-6.07.2015 (Warsaw, Poland)
Different levels of groups,
An interesting program offer,
Nice and unique dance spaces,
The best teachers from around the world,
6 evenings with the performance!
Are you a dance instructor?
Do you dance hip-hop, classical, contemporary, jazz?
Or do you dance only CI?
Have you ever danced?
Warsaw Flow has an offer for everyone!
Welcome beginners ad advanced!
This year we have something special. We will have an opportunity to see an amazingSKIN project, start on the day of the Festival. Project is for dancers, who will takeDaniel Schwarts and Eckhard Müller's class.
5/6 hours of great work a day
+ evenig discussions, consultions and jams!
This is a great opportunity to share the knowledge, experience and the most important, to dance with other dancers from all over the world.
Mirva Mäkinen – beginners and advanced
Ralf Jaroschinski – beginners and advanced
Class//Performance (preparation for performance):
Iwona Olszewska – all levels
Daniela Schwartz – all levels
Eckhard Müller – all levels
In 2015, we wait for an application from teachers, who wants to lead the evening jam sessions.
Teachers, who lead the author jam session, has a guaranteed free all workshops at the festival!
Themes of jam is free (eg. music , in silence, blind jam and other original ideas are welcome)
2.07.2015 – evening jam
3.07.2015 – evening jam
4.07.2015 – evening jam
5.07.2015 – evening jam
6.07.2015 – morning jam
1.07.2015 – the final of SKIN project – preparation Daniela Schwartz i Eckhard Müller' dancers
2.07.2015 – Mirva Mäkinen & Antonio Alemanno duo dance - music
3.07.2015 – dance duo, Iwona Olszowska with a dancer
4.07.2015 – trio Paulina Święcańska, Ralf Jaroschinski and musician
5.07.2015 – performance prepared during Iwona Olszewska class and preformance all festival's
6.07.2015 – surprise performance