Face Butoh- Workshop with Tanja Zgonc
June, 16 and 17 in munich
at Tanztendenz München

In the upcoming workshop Tanja Zgonc will focus at the movement with the back and at the poetry of facedance. Using our inside story everyone  can develop his individual dancemap of the face.  In her last production "Tulkudream" she showed by herself the very expressive possibilities using the face as a part of the dancing body. Some of these elements she will teach during the workshop.

Tanja Zgonc works as a professor for butohdance at the academy for acting in Ljubljana/Slovenija ( AGRFT) and also as an independent choreographer. She created by herself several successful danceproductions, like KAGAMI and KOORA, which were both rewarded with national slovenian prizes.
After her education in Modern dance she dedicated her further studies to the Butoh with the old masters Kazuo Ohno, Yoshito Ohno, Ko Murobushi and Carlotta Ikeda. For Tanja Butoh is a method and a movement priniciple, where you research your own psychophysical traces. Therefore she developed her own specific style of movement, where the main focus lies on the expressive motoric of the back.
Many of her exercises are based on a circular structure: every movement is understood as a regenerative spiral,  where the beginning and the end of a movement phrase are coinciding. On top of this Tanja uses the breathe as a creative and dynamical element.

place: Tanztendenz München, Lindwurmstr.88/V
times: saturday and sunday, 11am till 4pm
fee: 190€.-
early birds ( payment till may, 20):
170€.-

transaction: Stefan Marb
IBAN DE50700100800424939802
BIC: PBNKDEFF

application and further information: Stefan Maria Marb
0049 89 7148848 ;info@butoh-marb.de

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Stefan Maria Marb is a member of Tanztendenz München







 

Butoh classes 2018
with Stefan Maria Marb

suitable for beginners and advanced!


regular butohclasses:
focusing on butoh-bodywork, technique, breathing exercises and improvisation.
Place: at Tanztendenz München, Lindwurmstrasse 88/ V
time: starting again may, 9, 2018

fee: 10 classes ticket: 220€.-
single classe:28 €.-
try out class: 15€.-

reduced tarif: 10% reduction on the 10 classes ticket for Butoh_LAB members, for students and unemployed people
20 % reduction on the 10 classes ticket, if you bring another person

Registration and further information: 0049/89/7148848 or
e-mail: info@butoh-marb.de

Pics copyright: Milena Wojhan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




 

Butoh Outdoor - Workshop with Stefan Maria Marb
July, 14 and 15
at Eurastetten nearby munich

Butoh Outdoor invites our moving body, to get in touch with the currently at this time full- blow nature. Inspired by that we get the chance to come to a halt, to listen und to open oneself for the moments of here and now. According to the current weathercircumstances we have the possibility dancing protected inside or to move to one of the following thrilling outdoor spots: Hill, forest, meadow, little water, gorge filled up with mud and water.

special outdoor places are waiting for you there:
fields
forest
waterplaces
gorge filled up with mud and water
hills

Time: saturday, 10 am till 5 pm
sunday, 10 am till 5 pm


Place: Eurastetten/ close to munich

fee: 215€- plus 25€.--overnight stay with partly boarding 
early booking till june 20: 190 €.-
transaction/ account at Postbank München/ Germany:
Stefan Marb
IBAN DE50700100800424939802
BIC: PBNKDEFF

Registration and further information: 0049/89/7148848 or
e-mail: info@butoh-marb.de

 





 

 


 

This is still the place
30 years danceperformances
with Stefan Maria Marb

watch the great Movie of the show by Sabine Scharf!

Danceperformance, october, 14, 9 pm
underground garage of the munich university canteen

( entrance cross Friedrichstrasse or by U-Bahn Giselastrasse)

On 18th of july 1987, 30 years ago, Stefan Maria Marb showed his the very first danceperformance "This is the place" in a munich undergroundgarage assisted by the photographer Stefan Hagen.
Ever since he created many solo performances but also performances for groupformations at home and abroad. Due to this jubilee both artists will meet again there at the same spot to celebrate an event with the wild energy of the past and the spirit of today.

free entry, no reservation necessary

 

Pics copyright: Stefan Hagen

Linie

 

 

 

 

 




 

Butohatelier 2018- Pygmalion´s Desire
at the Münchner Glyptothek
with Stefan Maria Marb

Premiere: april, 20, 8:00 pm at Glyptothek München, Königsplatz
Second show: april, 21, 8:00 pm

Choreography/directing: Stefan Maria Marb
assistant: Alexander Strauß
play: Gerd Lohmeyer
singing: Berta Rieder
Live at the violoncello: Jost-H. Hecker
performance: Claudia Berger, Uschi von Bomhard, Beate Brömse, Nina Danelon, Roland Eichner,  Anna Lamberz, Bernhard Lipkar, Sieglinde Märzke, Günther Maier, Eugenie Nietmann, Julia Scholbeck, Stephanie movall, Pia Staniek, Maria Thomaser, Rosemarie Weichel,  Hanne Wölfle

Tickets: 16€.- reduced 10€.-
Get the tickets at Glyptothek:
Glyptothek reservation: 0049/89 / 286100

Glyptothek am Königsplatz
Open daily except mondays: 10–5 pm, thursday10–8 pm
U-Bahn U2 Königsplatz oder S-Bahn Hauptbahnhof

 

 

 

 





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Welten.Tänzer- a bodyanthology by Stefan Maria Marb

january 13 and 14, 2017, 8.30 pm at Schwere Reiter Munich, Dachauerstrasse 114

Watch the movie "Weg 2" from Sabine Scharf at youTube!

"You need chaos in your soul to give birth to a dancing star
( Friedrich Nietzsche)

Inspired by Friedrich Nietzsche’s „Birth of tragedy“ the dancer and choreographer Stefan Maria Marb travels in his new piece through the worlds of his own artistic perception, where the antagonistic aspects of the apollonian and the dionysian worlds keep the balance.

His project is accompanied by the violinist Gertrude Schilde and the elctroacustic compositions of Nick Parkin, by metalsculptures of Hansjürgen Vogel as a performance set, by live explanations of the writer and editor Andreas Mascha showing the attitude of Nietzsche concerning the dance, by a film of Sabine Scharf  regarding the human-animal interaction on dance and finally by a vernisssage of photographes of Werner Siebert showing Ko Murobushi in a stunning performance 1992 in munich.

Choreography and performance: Stefan Maria Marb
Assistence: Alexander Strauß
Violin: Gertrud Schilde
Electroacoustic composition: Nick Parkin
Film: Sabine Scharf
Lecture: Andreas Mascha
Skulptures: Hansjürgen Vogel
Vernissage: Werner Siebert
Lightdesign: Rainer Ludwig
Costumes: Machado Costumes

Tickets: € 17.- / reduced € 10.-
reservation: fon 0049/89 / 721 10 15, reservierung@schwerereiter.de

Welten.Tänzer is friendly supported by  the the cultural office of the bavarian capital munich and by schwere reiter tanz.  Stefan Maria Marb is a member of Tanztendenz München

Pics: © Volker Derlath





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Totentanz- Danse Macabre
Danceperformance by Stefan Maria Marb

Premiere, march, 25, 2017 at 8.00 pm
at the Catholic Church St. Johann Baptist, munich
next show: march, 26, at 5.00 pm

"Many times I spoke about, that in my body lives my older sister. When I try to get up, she will sit down. When I sit down, she is getting up. When I dance, she is eating the darkness in my body. You have to pay respect to the dead. Earlier or later we also will be called. We have to invite the dead to us and live with them together.“( Tatsumi Hijikata)

Choreography and director: Stefan Maria Marb
Assistant: Alexander Strauß
Singing: Maria Martinez Gabaldon
Acting: Gerd Lohmeyer
Live at the organl: Tobias Hermanutz
Dance: Claudia Berger, Uschi von Bomhard, Beate Brömse, Roland Eichner, Petra Hafner, Rita Haug, Sieglinde Märzke,Günther Maier, Esther Mieves, Monika Müller, Eugenie Nietmann,  Julia Scholbeck, Stephanie movall, Maria Thomaser
Lightdesign: Michael Wüst

 

Totentanz s friendly supported by  the the cultural office of the bavarian capital munich.  Stefan Maria Marb is a member of Tanztendenz München. Thank you to the church association Haidhausen

Pics: © Volker Derlath

 

 

 

Fotos copyright: Milena Wojhan und Alexandra Kwasnik

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