The beginning of the class does not follow a specific program as its aim is to generate an intuitive relationship between the teacher and the natural behavior of each dancer. Throughout the development, the artistic research explores the triggers to open doors to different characteristics of movement. The initial warm up concentrates on the discovery and sensitivity of our body, starting from micro and macro movements, and with them analyzing quality, dynamism and thickness in order to establish a physical, emotional and mental awareness; everything will be consolidated with a technical work that takes root from the hip-hop, ballet and release technique of contemporary dance. In the second and final phase of the class dance phrases will be developed and from there diving in a guided improvisation with the aim of connecting the new born artistic research with the identity of the dancers.
Dario Rigaglia studied dance in Giarre (Sicily, Italy). This included different dance styles such as classical ballet, modern dance, contemporary dance, Latin dance and hip hop. After he completed his high school studies, Dario decided to continue his dance journey in Rome at the DAF (Dance Arts Faculty), followed by a traineeship at the Agorà coaching Project in Reggio Emilia. Dario danced in several unique projects, including: Kitonb Project, Vibrazioni Dance Company, HI-dance-Robert Wechsler (improvisation with sound scape), Re project with 3D video mapping-artist director & choreographer Sanja Ristic (Animalize.Me Productions) Co-Choreography: Jorge Garcia Perez (Company Carta Blanca Dance), in the corps de ballets for some operas such as AIDA (Teatro Greco Siracusa) PAGLIACCI Teatro Greco Taormina, INcompany Emanuele Soavi, and from 2016 on with Les Ballets C de la B as a dancer in “Nicht Schlafen” by Alain Platel. In January 2017 he received the award for “the best Italian dancer abroad” from “Danza & Danza”.