David Daboczi

Dávid Dabóczi

 

He is in the first place a dancer, his last years activities being predominantly linked to dance. As former student at UAT in Targu-Mures, Choreography Section, he had the opportunity to work with well-known choreographers and directors, with Gigi Căciuleanu in Carmina Burana, András Lóránt, Bata Rita, Junya Ishii, Kocsis Andrea and Lukács Ádám, Bodor Johanna, Coertes Sebastian, Babarczy László in Rokonok, Bordás Attila, Bezsán Noémi in Femme  Eryk Makohon, Eva Lackova, Mirka Eliasova, Kun Attila, Györfi Csaba in Fade-Out. Besides several collaborations with Targu-Mures National Theater, he performed for András Lóránt Dance Company of which he became a member from this year. His experience is the sum of different styles, which is an advantage for the complexity of his dance, starting from classical ballet, modern and contemporary to contact improvisation, butoh japanese technique, and generally, contemporary dance.

 

During his work with dancers and dance enthusiasts, he considers as a very important thing that dancers should be relaxed, but concentrated in the same time, for the process to be both pleasant and productive. In his workshops, he will mix different styles of contemporary dance and through their technique and ideology, he will build choreographic material and choreographie. His workflow will include elements of instinctual reactions and creativity developed toward dance, using nothing else but the surroundings, things sensorially perceived and the civil movement of an ordinary human being implied in the direction of contemporary dance and contact improvisation. We will explore and discover in movement every part of our body through elements of body awareness, we will be led to overcome our limits in a diverting and entertaining way, in a natural way, adapted for each dancer’s body. We will pay attention to one of our most important unconscious body function, the breathing, as the main element in the creation of movement quality. The main goal is to experiment with sources of inspiration, to create the connection between partners, and to prove that any kind of movement that surrounds us is the basic form of dance. The human body wasn’t conceived to occupy space on earth, but for creating by its means a common language of artistic expression. Let’s discover movement and dance together, offering freedom of expression to our body and soul!