Amarnah Amuludun’s week of classes will be based on Flying Low / Passing Through Scores.
In Flying Low, we work on making our pathways from the ground to standing as effortless and smooth as possible. Always originating with the idea of spiral movements, macro and micro, we flow in and out of the earth, moving as one group together, using our eyes to connect to each other and the space equally.
We use the Passing Through Score to bring the group together through improvised pathways using the unlimited possibilities of the curve. We pass through each other, walking first, and slowly we build up speed, when everyone is ready.
Come if you want to engage your whole body in movement, come if you want to sweat, come if you want to move as one entity. Gathering and sending, into the earth and out of the earth, inhale and exhale, foot to foot, hands ready, eyes on the horizon, one body, unity, let’s goooo!
Amarnah Amuludun trained at London Contemporary Dance School and with Verve at Northern School of Contemporary Dance. Having trained with Leila McMillan and David Zambrano, she has developed a deep connection with the Flying Low and Passing Through practices over the past six years.
Amarnah has worked across dance and theatre on stages, screens and gallery spaces worldwide. Collaborators and supporters include Anton Lachky, Renaud Wiser, Barrowland Ballet, Sampa the Great, 2nd Hand Dance, Made by Katie Green, Pell Ensemble, Marriott Hotels, Sainsburys and The Guardian. Amarnah is inspired by her emotions, music, presence and the voice. Her philosophy is that, no matter your body type, age, limitations, gender, beliefs, histories, herstories, one of the most important things when dancing or moving is to listen to the voice of your body and spirit, to be mindful of its limitations, encouraging challenges but with kindness as well as determination.