Online FEDORA Afterwork: Fostering Inclusivity in Dance

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24 April 2023


FEDORA's Activities

📅 6 JUNE 2023 - 🕒 6 PM CET - 💻 ONLINE

Join us for an exclusive online afterwork with the artistic team of Swans Vol. 2: On tour, led by Poznań Opera House (Poland), FEDORA Education Prize nominee and recipient of the FEDORA Audience Award 2023.

This unique project offers workshops, performances, and an international tour addressed and created together with the blind and visually impaired around the classical ballet Swan Lake, composed by Tchaikovsky and choreographed by Reisinger.

On the occasion of the upcoming performances of the project in Warsaw in June 2023, we invite you to meet the team behind Swans Vol. 2: On tour and to hear more about the importance of developing a more inclusive dance scene.

With the participation of Yannick Willemin, co-funder of the FEDORA Audience Award 2023.

Register now, for the Online FEDORA Afterwork on Tuesday, 6 June 2023.

Meet the speakers

Tobiasz Berg
Artistic Director

Dancer, choreographer, and actor. Tobiasz is a Ludwik Solski State School of Theatre graduate in Kraków, Faculty of Dance Theatre.
As a freshly graduated doctoral student and researcher of socially engaged arts, he started to develop programmes and artistic workshops with a social dimension, to promote inclusion on and behind the stage.  

Katarzyna Frątczak
Head of Education

Graduate of Theatre Studies at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Laboratory of New Theatre Practices at SWPS University of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Since 2013, Katarzyna has been working at the Poznań Opera House. During this period she has coordinated conferences and community projects. Since 2019 she is leading the education department.


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