The “Move to Circus Academy” was born in 2008 from the “Stefanie's not Here Project”, created by Ines LORCA and Shahar KAMAY. The project was established to take along with youth and adults undergoing painful period in their lives (loss of a parent, divorce, separation, hyperactivity, dyslexia, substance abuse, communication difficulties) and through circus arts, dance, music and theater, Dark places become illuminated, tears of pain were replaced by tears of emotion and shortcoming have become a source of strength.
The doors of the Move to Circus Academy are open to youth and people who need circus and movement in their life. We believe that circus arts can help, make ease and develop different parts in life, as communication, concentration at school or work, focus and more.
Move to Circus Academy gives opportunity to their talented students to be part of their pedagogical and artistic team.
Shahar KAMAY and Ines LORCA build together a pedagogical and artistic language for circus arts and dance training, called as Move to Circus Method which includes anatomy studies, theory personal project, precise pedagogical skills, repertoire interpretation and creation project.
Move to Circus Academy gives opportunity to their advanced students to learn this language by applying the Certificate studies.
Master Class with Ines Lorca
VOICE and MOVEMENT with Ines LORCA
Beginner to advanced students
Workshop based on a voice method that Ines LORCA developed after working with her father Abel LORCA, classical guitar teacher in French Conservatory looking for vibration inside body postures. His research about singing enabled me to experience the voice through movements and the movement through voice.
This method gives the keys to a harmonious symbiosis between breathing and action.
Choreographing since her very young age, the first creation of Ines LORCA singing and dancing was invited to many festivals in France. She has been giving this masterclass method to chorus singers, musical comedy troupes and professional dance company in France and in Israel.
CHOREOGRAPHY FOR CIRCUS ARTS - Masterclass with Ines LORCA
Intermediate to advanced students
Composition of a number or a show through an intelligent language, original and intimately related to your personality.
Trained at the National Conservatory of Music and Dance in Paris, ex-dancer of Ensemble Batsheva Company (Gaga body language) and now artistic director of Move to Circus Academy in Israel and choreographer of Stefanie Company, Ines LORCA develops a choreographic language to link the movement and individuality of each.
During the masterclass, her method of research will make you want to explore the possibilities that exist between the contemporary approach of dance and the tools of the circus, between the choreographic composition and the object used by everyone in his specialty.
Workshops been invited to different circus schools such as Les Noctambules in France, Vertigo in Italy, and by International Circus Convention such as in Israel and in Finland
Shahar KAMAY: pedagogic director and circus arts teacher, specialized in hyperactivity and dyslexia disorders
Ines LORCA: artistic director, circus arts and dance teacher, specialized in choreography
Ali HASARMA: circus arts teacher, specialized in acrobatics
Inbal REZNIK: Inbalance performer
Professional circus teacher: acrobatics, hand standing, accrobalance, Hand to hand, trapeze, aerial hoop, tissu
Yoel COHEN LEV: Move to Circus method certificate
Professional circus specialities: hand standing, juggling, aerial circus (straps)
The “Move to Circus Academy” offers to its advanced students some international professors interventions in the form of workshops or master classes.
Mihael FINKEL (National Center of Circus Arts of France) specialized in aerial circus
Jennifer COHEN Aerial circus performer and teacher
Einel GURY Aerial Circus performer and teacher
Debora CATTANEO (University of Budapest –Hungaria) specialized in anatomy and aerial circus
Chantal COHEN (Bikurey Ha’Itim- Israel) Theater workshops
Marie SINNAEVE (National Superior Conservatoire of dance of Paris) Modern Dance master class