TRY International Training and Research program for Young Dancers
TRY is a new annual training and research program in contemporary dance and movement practices,
TRY targets young international dancers aged 18 – 22 who have finished their high school studies and wish to dedicate themselves to a professional career as dancers, choreographers or performers.
TRY wants to help young people to better understand their capacity to become independent and creative artists.
In order to meet the main challenges of today’s art scene, they need to study different technical styles, thus activating their creativity, discovering new tools of research but also learning to know themselves as human beings in a direct dialogue with the world today and with the future.
TRY offers an intensive program of daily classes, movement and research labs and workshops with internationally renowned choreographers, teachers and independent artist coming from the fields of Improvisation, Composition, Conceptual dance, Flying Low technique, IntAct Method and with former dancers from companies such as: Rosas/Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker, Ultima Vez/Wim Vandekeybus and the Directors of La Faktoria Choreografic Center. All of them will contribute to the TRY program different approaches of their work.
The educational path is developed over a year.
TRY was born in Lucca (Italy), a city of historical importance, a destination for international tourism, a crossroads for artists who find here a fertile context to combine the beauty of the territory and different cultural stimuli. In this context, TRY is an opportunity to feed the contemporary culture of the arts of movement in an international and updated perspective, capable of interacting with the local community.
TRY’s Artistic Director is Marta Coronado, internationally renowned teacher, former dancer of Rosas (Brussels), coreographer and Co -Director of La Faktoria Choreografic Center (Spain); Project Manager is Elisabetta Fiorini, teacher at Lucca’s Liceo Artistico Musicale and Director of Fuoricentro Danza. The opportunity for this collaboration and the idea to start this project was stimulated by the renovation of a new space entirely dedicated to dance and contemporary arts in Lucca: Motore 592.