O radionicama „Telo kao instrument“

Tehnika telesnih perkusija (body percussion) je umeće korišćenja svoga tela kao udaračkog instrumenta: učenje različitih vrsta tapšanja, puckanja prstima, lupkanja po različitim delovima tela, udarci nogama o pod, i još mnogo drugih neobičnih zvukova koje proizvodimo rukama, ustima, prstima… Sem ove, bavimo se tehnikama disanja i pevanja, jer je glas još jedan instrument koji stalno nosimo sa sobom i uvek ga možemo upotrebiti.
Radionice su koncipirane tako da predznanje nije potrebno. Svako ima neki osećaj za ritam i muziku, svakog od nas ritam neprestano prati: otkucaji srca, disanje, koraci. Svaki govor, glas i naglasak ima svoju ritmiku i melodiju. Stoga učimo ono što nam je već poznato, ili se vraćamo tome. Polaznici dobijaju zadatke prema svojim sposobnostima, a na taj način jačaju svoje veštine i mogu da savlađuju komplikovanije zadatke. Pošto učimo da nas greške ne izbacuju iz toka u kojem svi zajedno, u radionici, učestvujemo, samim tim i prevladavamo kruti način mišljenja da “nemam sluha”, “nemam osećaj za ritam”, “ja to ne mogu” i učimo da i u svakodnevnom životu primenjujemo drugačiji pogled na svet.
Radionica kao koncept je svet u malom, koji ima svoja pravila: svi su jednaki i funkcionišu po principima zdrave grupe, a atmosfera u kojoj se radi je sigurna i pogodna za rast i razvoj. Polaznici se opuste i potpuno zaborave na svakodnevne brige i probleme. Deo vežbi koje radimo su i pozorišne vežbe disocijacije pažnje, pa treba u isto vreme da pratimo dva i više tokova dešavanja, dok se krećemo i govorimo ili pevamo, što je, kada se akumulira više zadataka, prilično stresno. Dok savlađujemo zadatke, smejemo se od srca i opuštamo u sigurnom, radioničarskom, okruženju, i na taj način stresa oslobađamo. Tako učimo način na koji da se nosimo sa stresom u običnom životu, u kojem obično imamo i manje vremena i razumevanja. Muzičke sposobnosti, svakako, razvijamo, a pri tom se i krećemo, razgibavamo, izvodimo različite pokrete u isto vreme, pa tako radimo na koordinaciji pokreta i poboljšanju opšteg fizičkog stanja.
Radionice realizujemo kao članovi udruženja građana Otvoreni krug Novi Sad.

Realizovani programi

2019. godine:
  • radionica za hor „InnHarmony“, Vaserburg, Nemačka
  • radionica za hor „Štim lust“ u Montesori školi, Eberharting, Lokirhen, Nemačka
  • radionica za odrasle, Udruga „Cirkultura“, Samobor, Hrvatska
  • radionice za odrasle, Pozorišni festival „Gest“, Sečanj
  • radionice za osobe oštećenog vida u okviru projekta „Use sound to watch around“, Novi Sad
  • radionica za odrasle, Udruga „Prostor Plus“, Rijeka, Hrvatska
  • radionica za odrasle, Dorćolsko narodno pozorište, Beograd
  • radionice za mlade, OPENS, Novi Sad
  • radionica za mlade profesionalce iz Švajcarske i Srbije, omladinska razmena „ConneXt“, Popovica
  • radionice za decu, manifestacija „Pod krošnjama na Štrandu“, Novi Sad, Fruška gora
  • radionica u okviru IPA projekta “Colorful cooperation”, Palić
  • radionica za mlade u okviru umetničkog kampa Malom festivala, Orom
  • radionica za decu u okviru letnjeg „Raspustilišta“, Novi Sad
2018. godine:
  • radionica za decu na zimskom “Raspustilištu”
  • radionica za odrasle u Montesori školi, Eberharting, Lokirhen, Nemačka
  • radionice za decu, polaznike Dečije dramske sekcije KC Pećinci
  • radionica za odrasle na 21. Art Trema festu, Ruma
  • radionica za odrasle povodom Svetskog dana zdravlja, Storyteller.rs, Bački Petrovac
  • radionica za odrasle u KC Baraka, Beograd
  • radionica za osobe sa smetnjama u razvoju i osobe sa invaliditetom povodom Svetskog dana svesnosti o autizmu, Trg slobode, Novi Sad
  • radionice za decu u dnevnom boravku „Naša bajka“, Beograd
  • radionica za decu i odrasle, Aplauz fest, Novo Kulturno Naselje, Novi Sad
  • radionice u okviru projekta „Ukrštanje“ za odrasle u specijalnoj školi SOŠO „Milan Petrović“, Novi Sad, saradnja sa Školom i Zavodom za kulturu vojvođanskih Slovaka, projekat podržan od strane Fondacije Novi Sad 2021
  • radionica za odrasle na Ekodrom festivalu, Bukovica Utinjska, Hrvatska
  • radionica za decu, XXVI Kotorski festival dečijeg pozorišta, Crna Gora
  • radionica za decu i odrasle, Mountain Music Fest, Divčibare
  • radionice za osobe sa smetnjama u razvoju i osobe sa invaliditetom, saradnja sa SOŠO „Milan Petrović“ i Zavodom za kulturu vojvođanskih Slovaka, projekat „Ukrštanje“, podržan od strane Fondacije Novi Sad 2021, Novi Sad
  • radionica za odrasle, Festival Piano siti Novi Sad, Novi Sad
  • radionice za decu, Festival socijalnog cirkusa, saradnja sa Gete Institutom (Istanbul), Klovnovima bez granica (Nemačka) i GIZ (Istanbul), Gazijantep, Turska
  • radionica za odrasle, Traunštajn, Nemačka
2017. godine:
  • radionice u ISB (International School of Belgrade) sa decom osnovnoškolskog uzrasta
  • radionice u Beogradu i Subotici, za odrasle, za decu i za decu i roditelje
  • projekat „Šta sve moje tijelo može“ NVO ŠkArt iz Tivta u saradnji sa NVO Evropski dom i Otvoreni krug Novi Sad, radionice za decu, odrasle i decu sa smetnjama u razvoju
  • radionice za decu na Festivalu ekološkog pozorišta za decu i mlade, Bačka Palanka
  • radionica za odrasle na festivalu Piano city Novi Sad
  • radionice za odrasle u Novom Sadu, Beogradu, Subotici i Bačkoj Palanci
  • radionica za odrasle u Muzičkoj školi u Frasdorfu, Bavaria, Nemačka u organizaciji Teatra Oktopus
  • radionice za decu sa smetnjama u razvoju u saradnji sa NGO “Puževa kućica”, Budva
  • radionice za decu i mlade sa oštećenim sluhom štićenike JU “Peruta Ivanović” u saradnji sa KC “Nikola Đurković”, Kotor, Crna Gora
  • radionice za decu, polaznike Dečije dramske sekcije KC Pećinci
2016. godine:
  • radionice u Novom Sadu, Beogradu i Subotici
  • radionica za decu u okviru festivala “Théâtre en fête”, Novi Sad
  • radionica za decu u okviru projekta “Mala srećna kolonija”, Petrovaradin
  • radionica za decu na Festivalu ekološkog pozorišta, Bačka Palanka
  • radionica za decu na letnjem “Raspustilištu”, Novi Sad
  • jednodnevna radionica za odrasle na Festivalu uličnih svirača, Novi Sad
  • prezentacione radionice za decu od 5. do 8. razreda u osnovnim školama u Subotici
  • radionica za decu predškolskog uzrasta i roditelje, Tovariševo
2015. godine:
  • radionice u Mađarskoj, internacionalni projekat EXCEPT
  • kombinovane radionice fizičkog teatra i tehnike telesnih perkusija, rezidencija na festivalu “Transparence”, Modena, Italija
  • radionica za žene u okviru “Ženskog dana”, KC Rex, Beograd
  • radionica za decu na zimskom “Raspustilištu”, Novi Sad
2014. godine:
  • radionice u Novom Sadu za decu i odrasle
  • dečija grupa “Detlići” (nastup na “Zmajevim dečijim igrama”, Novi Sad i otvaranju manifestacije “Dečije kulturno leto”, KIC Futog)
2013. godine:
  • radionice za decu, štićenike novosadskog Centra za socijalni rad sa saradnicima: dečije predstave “Mali princ”, „Iz Ja grada u Ti grad“

Biografije instruktora

Marko Dinjaški (Stražilovo, RS), body percussion instruktor, muzičar i pozorišni izvođač, jedan od osnivača grupe Alice in WonderBand. Profesionalno se bavi muzikom, sarađuje sa umetnicima iz zemlje i inostranstva, a tehniku telesnih perkusija koristi poslednjih godina kao muzičko – scenski izraz u svom radu.

Pohađao kurseve svetski poznatih telesnih perkusionista (Sara Lazaki – grupa „Stomp“, Tupak Mantija – grupa „Tekeye“, Čarls Rasl – grupa „Barbatuks“, Maks Polak, Santi Seratoza i drugih) u Nemačkoj, kao i različite radionice i kurseve pozorišnih i izvođačkih veština: Đanluka Barbadori, Italija (savremeno pozorište), Natsuko Kono, Japan (buto ples), Matilde Havijer Sirija, Španija (buto ples, fizički teatar), Andrea Siter, Austrija (savremeni ples), Jorgos Bakalos, Grčka (fizički teatar), Tilina Pietro Femino, Francuska (komedija del arte), Petr Ohvat, Češka (savremeni ples), i drugih.

Osnovao je dečiju body percussion grupu „Detlići“, nastupao sa Poetskim teatrom Kulturnog centra Novog Sada, držao radionice za mlade i odrasle u Srbiji i inostranstvu (Mađarska, Italija, Nemačka, Crna Gora, Turska). Pretsednik UG “Otvoreni krug Novi Sad”. Voditelj radionica “Telo kao instrument”.

 

Ana Vrbaški (Stražilovo, RS), pevačica, pozorišni izvođač, kompozitor. Bavi se hatha jogom od 2004. godine, a od 2017. je sertifikovani instruktor (Vidya yoga škola, Beograd).  Časove solo pevanja pohađala kod Sanele Milošević i Ane Kovačić, radionice pevanja kod Jelene Jovović, Ane Lavernjak, Vladane Marković i drugih.

Pohađala kurseve svetski poznatih telesnih perkusionista (Sara Lazaki – grupa „Stomp“, Tupak Mantija – grupa „Tekeye“, Čarls Rasl – grupa „Barbatuks“, Aleksa Ostapenka, Ane Ljombart i drugih) u Nemačkoj, Poljskoj i Mađarskoj, kao i različite radionice i kurseve pozorišnih i izvođačkih veština: Žan Menigo, Francuska (cirkuske veštine),  Đanluka Barbadori, Italija (savremeno pozorište), Natsuko Kono, Japan (buto ples), Matilde Havijer Sirija, Španija (buto ples, fizički teatar), Heni Varga, Srbija (savremeno pozorište), Andrea Siter, Austrija (savremeni ples), Jorgos Bakalos, Grčka (fizički teatar), Tilina Pietro Femino, Francuska (komedija del arte), Žaklin Vesthed, Kanada (pevanje/savremeni teatar), Ele Jaroševič, Francuska (pantomima), dr Aleksandra Ilijeva, Bugarska (pantomima) i drugih.

Jedan je od osnivača Otvorenog kruga Novi Sad, nastupala sa Poetskim teatrom Kulturnog centra Novog Sada, osnivač je multimedijalne grupe Alice in WonderBand. Vodila je pozorišne i muzičke radionice za decu i odrasle (Nemačka, Italija, Mađarska, Hrvatska, Crna Gora, Turska) i nastupala u zemlji i inostranstvu, na srpskom, engleskom i mađarskom jeziku. Sa Markom Dinjaškim vodi vokalni segment radionica “Telo kao instrument”.

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Body percussion and vocal workshop for everyone interested in developing music skills and creativity

Body percussion is a technique of using our body as a percussive instrument: learning different ways to clap, snap, thump and stomp, and also making unusual sounds we can play with our hands, mouth, fingers, etc. During the workshop „Body as an instrument“ we put the focus also on techniques of breathing and singing, as this is an instrument we always have handy with us and which we can use in any moment.
Music aspects are monophonic and polyphonic singing (two or more voices) and rhythm; body awareness is gained in three different bilateral orders (right and left, upper and lower limbs, front and back) by applying different body music types: static, semi-static and dynamic. If the participants have music education, more complex compositions can be achieved.
The workshop is conceived for everyone: people with no music education are welcome, as well as one that have it. Everyone has a sense of rhythm and music, because we have an everyday experience of it: heartbeat, breathing, footsteps. When you speak, your voice has its rhythmics and melody. So we learn what we already knew, or rather, we return to the knowledge we had. Every participant can execute a task according to his abilities and this way improve his set of skills and understand how to perform more complex tasks. Since we learn to overcome mistakes and to carry on doing the exercise in the group, we also learn to overcome the biases as „I don’t know how to sing“, „I don’t feel rhythm“, „I can’t do it“ and change the way we think and behave also in our daily life.
This way of work is an art therapy, a unique anti-stress program. Workshop as a concept is a small world for itself: everybody is equal and they participate and function by rules of a healthy group; everyone feels safe and can achieve personal development. The workshop is conceived to satisfy different needs of modern people on multiple levels: the participants relax and plunge into the exercises, forgetting about everyday problems and develop essential skills: concentration, coordination and synchronization of movement and voice, memory, dexterity, sense of space. It develops intense activity in our own, inner, and also in outer space, with the group of workshop participants, with whom we share mutual rhythm and melody. One of the workshop goals is to expand the „territory“ of attention and multitasking ability, for during exercises there are set tasks and other in which participants improvise freely, like walking through space and meeting and influencing each other. That is why this is not just a music workshop, but it approaches the whole being of the participant and stimulate creativity through execution of complex tasks.
Coordination of different actions: clapping, snapping fingers, singing or speech, movement in space, direction of eyes and gaze demand that participants are present in the space and present moment. From simple tasks we build up to more complex, gradually adding steps, so participants do not feel discouraged and give up. Because the participants ARE the workshop! That is why every workshop is different. And what is similar is laughter, working in relaxed atmosphere, because executing complex tasks requires complete concentration and attention, and relaxed but active body and mind. So we always return to contact with our breath, which is the link to focus on the body and mind united and present.
And when we think about body and sound, we also think about dance and open body, free from tensions. We gain freedom through the process of learning, because we need to master the rules of the game; after that, the mind has a very serious and hard task, to understand that it needs to forget previously learned and let body do what it should!

„Body as an instrument“ workshop in social inclusion and way of overcoming of social and cultural differences

As participants in different projects with goal of implementation of art in social inclusion, leaders of the workshop have had experience of how „Body as an instrument“ workshops can significantly improve skills of some specific, unprivileged groups.
During years 2012/2014 we worked with children, protégés of Center for social work in Novi Sad, Serbia, children with disadvantaged backgrounds of age from 10 to 16 years of age, with different economic and social obstacles and educational difficulties: Roma children, facing discrimination because of their ethnicity, children with slight intellectual disabilities, with poor school performance, limited social skills and risky behaviors. After two years of continuous workshops (during school year), they acquired more competencies and skills: through public presentation, two theater plays with music and body percussion, they acquired more self-confidence and the skills of public performance. Working with peers, in group where there were often problems and aggression in relationship, they improved communication and cooperation, thus understanding the principle of functioning in a healthy environment and cohesive group. Their music skills improved to the level that a Roma boy enrolled in primary music school for drums and percussion, broadening his knowledge, allowing him to participate in lessons with excellent children of stable socioeconomic background with democratic education and further develop his social skills.
During participation in Except European project, years 2013/2015, body percussion and vocal workshops were chance for unprivileged youth from 14 to 19 years of age, to learn and improve the language they expressed their emotions, fears, views with: music and rhythm, a powerful channel of communication for young people. Songs young people developed and wrote lyrics were incorporated in different public performances, that dealt with themes like discrimination because of gender, age, sexual orientation, politics and nationalism, gender rights and roles. The play „Plum orchard“ was successfully performed in Hungary and Serbia in 2015 as street and public space theater, and also in schools, for youth of similar age.
In work with children with mental and physical disabilities with mixed difficulties (as autism, cerebral paralysis, microcephalia, hydrocephalia, George syndrome, hyperactivity) workshops were carried out with mixed group of participants: children with and without disabilities (siblings, neighbors and peers willing to cooperate). During the workshops in Montenegro in 2017 (Tivat, Budva) children improved their social skills, made a progress in learning and motoric movements doing music games, also stimulating creativity and practicing attention and concentration. Some of the techniques combined with body percussion and singing were theater games and exercises and storytelling, which created an open story where children could add their ideas and experiences. Application of the technique was, for example, a song „Happy birthday to you“ in sign language, which children learned to perform and incorporated in storytelling play they all participated in creating and performing.
The workshop „Body as an instrument“ implemented on work with different social and age groups helps fostering tolerance, multiculturalism, inclusion and overcoming of social and cultural differences.
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