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In this workshop we play with movement, language and qualities of voice. We will surprise ourselves, enjoy intuitive flow and play together. An adventure-trip into creativity of movement, voice and words.
The exercises open new forms of expression, far away from the pedestrian way of behavior. A surprising journey into original personal expression.
For more info about this improvisation-method see www.improart.de
Open for everybody.


Peter Krempelsetzer (D)

Peter studied physical theater at Scuola Dimitri, CH, as well as dance and improvisation. He learned Actiontheater™ Improvisation from the founder of this method, Ruth Zaporah, US, and became certified teacher.
ImproArt, his style of improvisational performance and training, is also influenced by studies with Andrew Morrish, Keith Johnstone, Sten Rudström and Philippe Gaulier.
Peter teaches ImproArt Improvisation, Contango, Contact Impro, Sound-Moving and Performance at the ImproArt improvisation school, Munich.  www.improart.de

“I like giving positive, constructive feedback, and I emphasize enjoyment as a base for learning, as well as inner sensitivity. In my events I create a playful, unjudgmental space, that allows focused learning and open exploration. To be in deep contact with yourself, while at the same time connected to your partners is a focus that enables you to be true to yourself and to become really creative.”

On stage as a performer Peter crosses borders between theater, dance and music. Peter is co-organizer of the Glarisegg Contact Festival Bodensee and long-term member at the Now! Improvisation Festival in Berlin.