Victoria Fox-Markiewicz, Artistic Director of Tribe Company, will teach an exclusive three-hour workshop for Sussex Dance Network.
Victoria has many years of professional experience as a dancer, choreographer and teacher with international and world-renowned companies. In this workshop, Victoria will use her considerable talent to draw on and draw from the unique abilities of each participant. Her aim is to create a positive and enriching experience for all in the room – being inspired by what you see, what you do.
For Victoria, dance is about movement combined with music and intention – and a belief that intention into movement adds depth, reveals truth, and connects.
Join us as we work together to explore and connect, finding what it is you have to offer.
We are so delighted to have artists of this calibre working with Sussex Dance Network to add to our Members’ experience of dance.
This is an open level workshop.
When: Saturday 12 October 10am-1pm
Where: Hove Studios, Unit 3 Hove Business Centre, Fonthill Road, Hove
Victoria Fox-Markiewicz is an associate artist at Swindon Dance and a Discovery Artist at Pavilion Dance South West. She has a reputation as a dancer with companies such as Jasmin Vardimon Company, CandoCo Dance Company, The British Paraorchestra and Silesian Dance Theatre Poland; she has also performed in the UK and internationally in works by Caroline Bowditch, Yael Flexer, Fin Walker and Athena Valha. She was a commissioned choreographer for the Place Prize 2008, winning the audience vote and Award winner at Kalisz International Dance Competition, Poland. Victoria regularly teaches at UK leading dance conservatoires, professional techniques classes and commissioned to make work from graduate companies to youth companies.
Workshop booking options:
Places will be limited, so book early to avoid disappointment. We have the following booking options available for this workshop:
- 8 available on a first come first serve basis to current SDN Members – £20
- 10 available for new Members – sign up as a Member and access the workshop for £10 (£40 including Membership fee)
- 7 for non-Members – £50
Bookings are closed for this event.
Date(s) - Saturday 12 October, 2019
10:00am - 1:00pm