Anton Lachký, is a Slovak dancer living in Brussels. After finishing dance education at the J.L.Bellu Conservatory in Banská Bystrica, he went on to train at the University of Bratislava in 2001, followed by further training at P.A.R.T.S., headed by A.Teresa de Keersmeaker (Belgium).
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Its a class of high complexity, coordination and full control of all body parts while dancing. How to be practical while decorate the body the way you wish.Work with complexity of musicality.Most of all working with speed, speed its self and its ilusion.bocome slow only that way you can speed up again.
„Both his work and his class are based on pleasure from dance, excitement. Working with coordination, including the overall body and pushing the limits of speed. Isolate: On entering the dance space with a phrase, do not forget any part of your body and try to speed up. Joy: Have pleasure in what you do, but don’t forget about the work part while having fun. Get excited, but don´t let excitement run over your technique.“
Anton became member of Akram Khan Company in March 2004 and followed long international tour of „MA”. Anton Lachky is co-founder of Les SlovaKs Dance Collective. They created their first piece „Opening Night“ in 2006 and premiered it in October 2007.
As a choreographer, Anton Lachky created different pieces. „Mind a Gap“ (2013) was his first autonomous creationand it toured all over the world. Second production “Side effects” was premiered in may 2015 in Brussles.
His teaching activities are wide ranging, he has been invited in most of the european countries and has been teaching in Asia and North and South America too.
Date: 26. – 29.11.2016
Place: DPOH, Gorkého, 4th floor 401
Student and early bird 105€ (do 12.11.2016)
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