SEEDs Training is CobosMika Company’s 2-year education programme, which consists of two groups, SEEDs Red and SEEDs Blue, each with specifically designed lines of work to achieve the goals set for the group.
You will find all detailed information on each group below.
SEEDs RED focusses on technical enhancement and the building up of own identities.
Students learn a range of relevant contemporary dance techniques through rigorous studio-based practice and explore the methods used to generate and refine movement material.
From day one, the RED programme poses challenges to students that lead them to experience everything surrounding the dancer’s world and that make them feel as such, experiencing all this from their first course of integration in our educational programme.
The goal of this group is to set solid technical grounds that will enable further growing in the dance world
Lines of work
- Contemporary dance technique
- Ballet technique
- Stage practice
- CobosMika repertory
- Identity research and pursuit
- Video dance
- Gesture dance
These lines of work are complemented with the following education satellites: anatomy, lighting design, theatre acting, nutrition and health.
The duration of the course is from October to June with weekly classes Monday to Friday, from 9:00 a 14:30
SEEDs BLUE focusses on the stimulation of creativity skills and improvisation during the artistic process.
The course offers technique-based classes, physical practices and workshops, which will lead the dancers to attain the resources required to become self-confident, expressively creative artists as well as a deep knowledge of their individual physical structure and the capacities that enable expression through a variety of contemporary dance styles.
The goal of SEEDs Blue is the development of the dancer’s personal qualities through the research practice.
Lines of work
- Partnering / contact improvisation
These lines of work are complemented with the following education satellites: anatomy, lighting design, nutrition and health as well as technical classes.
- How to devise a movement, which is both innovative and technically challenging using our body to divide our ideas?
- How do we create new composition forms beyond the traditional approaches?
- How to deal with a form of art so dependent on a complex theatre universe?
These questions will accompany the dancer who will work on them throughout the year course. The duration of the course is from October to June with weekly classes Monday to Friday from 15:00 to 20:30h