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12-Week Intensive Post-Graduate Programme

This programme is specially designed for unquestionably dedicated dancers with high ambitions to expand their skills and boost their career opportunities. The education is an individual specialization. You share the space, the context and the inspiration with a group of creative, determined and professional dance artists supporting each other in reaching your different goals whilst receiving the knowledge and tools to develop and manage your personal dance career. The core of the Post-Graduate Programme at CCDS is personal coaching.

Profile

The programme is relevant for professional dancers who:

- would like to profoundly prepare for a list of auditions coming up.

- wish to develop a specific performance and need guidance to realize their idea while continuing to develop their physical and artistic skills.

- graduated recently and need guidance to find their way in the world of contemporary stage arts.

- come from a classical background and would like to deepen and expand their skills and experience within the contemporary stage arts.

Content

Contemporary dance
Ballet
Composition focused on solo work
Improvisation & contact improvisation
Repertoire
Partnering
Optimizing performance
Performance Practice
Personal coaching and career management

 

 

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Entry requirements

Graduates from a professional dance education, on BA level or equivalent, can apply. The Postgraduate Programme is aimed at creative and strong dancers who possess the drive, motivation and responsibility to take charge of the development of their  careers.
Read more about the auditions and application process here.

Teaching language

The daily working language and correspondance is in English.

Diploma

Dancers will receive a diploma at the end of the education. If absence exceeds 10% a diploma will not be issued.

Course fee

DKK 31.000 per semester. The programme is designed to make it possible to attend either one or two semesters depending on your needs and plans.

School period

Autumn semester 2017: September 25th - December 16th.

Spring semester 2018: March 15th – June 7th.

An example of a typical schedule Monday - Friday:

08.00 – 08.15 Warm up
08:15-09:45 Class
10.00 – 11.30 Class
11.30 – 12.15 Notes & Lunch
12.15 – 12.30 Warm up
12.30-14.00 Workshop
14.15 – 15.45 Workshop
15.45 – 16.30 Individual work and training

Copenhagen Contemporary Dance School - info@cph-dance.com - +45 30 24 53 51

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