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location: eden***** studios

 

Sebastian Zuber

 

Fuse-it

Focus is put on collective work as well as on individual process and confrontation with one's own strengths and weaknesses. A mix of choreography and improvisation with playful elements help you to go beyond your usual limits. gather all that you've got! it's what you already possess- it’s that which hides inside of you and what we will push to the surface. we will take all possible influences from around and inside of us, isolate them, sharpen them and merge them, in order to create a versatile, musical, humorous, hot piece of dance. i show you a way to discover, accept, develop and dance your taste to its fullest. we practice this fusion, both isolated and together in a group, by constantly performing, moving, performing, moving, moving, performing. i believe in working as a team to create and to become better in what we do. i don’t believe in judgement and being destructive to yourself or to each other. i believe in enjoyment and hard work, which in the end is not hard because you enjoy it! i believe in constructive criticism and not fake bullshitting just in order to please. i believe in doing what we do 100%! looking forward to burning that floor with you! 

some workshops offer group improvisation or partnering. these workshops elements may or may not be possible and the teachers and choreographers will modify their workshops accordingly in line with the health and safety measures required at the time. please stay flexible. thank you!

After finishing his Bachelor studies in law, Sebastian studied contemporary dance and got a degree at the Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance. He took part in Doris Uhlich's internationally successful production more than naked and was also engaged at the Zürich Opera House in Christoph Mathaler's production Il Viaggio a Reims and Orphee et Euridice, Sebastian Baumgarten's Hamletmachine and Belshazzar and Herbert Fritsch's Der Freischütz. He is a founding member of Yugsamas Movement Collektive, with which he created Let the Body Speak and Collage Me. Since 2016 he dances with the Johannes Wieland Company and has performed in Mariannengraben, Rite of Spring, You Will Never Be My Number One Fan, Stück Ohne Titel, Ares, Dragonfly and You Will Be Removed. He danced in Tom Weinberger's Segments on Notes and Helder Seabra's Röntgen. He choreographed Professional Failure, Lowball, Accalia, Sit on it and spin!, Have we gone too far? and Industrial Seagrass. In 2019 he choreographed for the theater piece Aggro Alan by Alexander Nerlich at Staatstheater Mainz. As part of a series called Quercimovers, he has launched exclusive workshops in Corsica. Currently he is part of the production Giuditta, under the direction of Christoph Marthaler, at the States opera of Bavaria.

www.sebastianzuber.com

 

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