Dance Lab is a contemporary Adult Dance Class Singapore open to everyone interested in exploring contemporary dance repertoire and creative work in the dance studio.
- All our classes are held at The Substation studio, Armenian Street
- Class is on every Wednesday from 7pm-8pm
- Open Class – 18+ years
- 1-hour session once a week
- Wednesday from 7pm-8pm
- For further information and registration please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Dance Lab – an eclectic group of individuals populates this exciting dance class, a variety of working professionals curious about contemporary dance as well as dance/yoga teachers, and recent graduates. Everyone is welcome to participate in these adult dance classes.
Contemporary dance training optimises the use of core muscles to support stability, it improves flexibility and well as working through the major muscle groups in the body. A perfect creative complement to a yoga or pilates class.
This contemporary adult dance class Singapore is the perfect space to discover contemporary dance for the very first time, as well as an ongoing development for those looking to develop their technique and creative skills further. Beginners are welcome and will be guided with tailored exercises according to their experience.
The majority of students in this class seek to practice contemporary dance with Ezekiel Oliveira, exploring repertoire, creative tasks, and improvisation. This one hour sessions of dance lab really gives you enough time to work out as well as an opportunity to develop your creative self, through the guidance of a professional dance artist.
Dance Lab Creative Director & Programme Leader
Renowned dance artist Ezekiel Oliveira, a master of floor work-technique, contact improvisation and double work. Ezekiel has been teaching contemporary dance class for many years, he is also a choreographer and creative producer. He worked with world-class choreographers; Stephan Koplowitz, Balbir Singh, Hofesh Schechter and Fleur Darkin (Scottish Dance Theatre). More recently Ezekiel choreographed Skin- A Choreographic Response for Singapore Art Museum.