“¿Para qué necesitamos un sistema de notación, cuando ya tenemos el vídeo?” Esta es una pregunta que he escuchado innumerables veces no solo por gente ajena al mundo de la danza sino por bailarines y profesionales también… Y mi respuesta siempre ha sido la siguiente: “¿Le pedirías a un actor preparándose para representar Hamlet de…
“Excellent, wonderful, challenging, a new language, helpful, enjoyable, important tool, etc….” this is some of the feedback received from teachers talking about these tailor made courses to teach them the basic principles of Benesh Notation. These courses can range from a day workshop up to a 5 day initiation course happening across the planet.
The first Benesh Congress organised by BenMove took place in Paris from the 5th till 9th of July 2017. It was held in the beautiful premisses of The Conservatoire National Superior of Music and Dance of Paris and it brought together choreologists from around the world for four days of exchange on the profession and…
For those wishing to embark upon the Certificate in Benesh Movement Notation (CBMN) in January 2018, note that the deadline for applications is 8th November 2017.
Exciting event! The Royal Opera House is hosting an insight evening about Benesh Notators. What they do and their role within The Royal Ballet. Early booking is highly advisable
Writing a score is a slow and time consuming task. A lot of time will be spent looking and analysing every miniute detail so it’s important to regularly go back and check the bigger picture. Here I have put together a few essential points to check the score can be read fluidly.
Dany Lévêque: The mini-portrait series features the work of a Benesh Notator during the last year. The aim of this series is to show the great variety of work notator can do as well as highlighting the work of many great individuals