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Study guide


All dance and movement courses given in the SNDO are set up in the perspective of students becoming choreographers. Dance technique is hardly taught as the artistic equation of dance, but to provide students with skills for the organization of the body, research (through) physicality, develop focus, expand thought and movement registers and in general adopt investigative attitude towards the diversity of ways of moving (in and through) the space, (in and through) the concepts, (in and through) own and other’s bodies and (in and through) time.

Different techniques are in the curriculum also to provide the students with relevant references and understanding of the developments in the section of the so-called ‘contemporary dance’ field which the school is in dialogue with and which the school and its graduates actively shape and transform already for more than forty years.