Programmi specifici dei singoli Corsi

  • DRAMA (Expressive and creative arts Laboratory)

    Teacher Marta Iacopini

    From 6 to 10 students at most (per class). During the first half year students work primarily on their body. It is a work that aims to discover their potential through their difficulties.
    Discovering the primary relationship between outside and inside world, students understand how their body is.
    A fundamental part of the course is about the relationship with the “other” through games and music, giving the student a new focus aimed at confronting, supporting and learning from their mates. Students develop the interdependent relationship between body-space-imagery, becoming ever more aware about the different dynamics that will guide them in relationship with theirselves and with others, to get better in relation with theater.
    During the second half year, however, students will deepen the work on the imagery, working extensively on the processes of creation, transformation, expression and play, and then begin to approach a small text (reading and memory) analyzing the close relationship body-voice. 


    Teacher Alessandro Grillo

    The aim of this course is not just improving sensory and motility of the student, but also encouraging and developing communication and relationship with himself and space through music. The mental and physical development depends on the capacity and ability to acquire, receive, and organize information about himself. In this way, students take confidence with their body and learn to use it in relation to the environment that surrounds it, as instrument of communication and well-being.
    Through exercises, students develop a greater awareness of the relationship between their movement and music, until they get to use their body expressively and consciously.

    Teachers Chiara Mastromoro, Mark Hanna and Vincenzo Violo

    this is divided into classes by which each student will work with the teacher to get certain objectives:
    Capturing the sense of rhythm; Acquiring melodic sense; Developing of motility; Approaching to writing and reading; Approaching to ensemble music; Approaching to the piano. These objectives will be got through a working methodology based on games and listening by practical exercises in order to bring the student by degrees to reach results, developing their natural potential.

    Often it happens teachers forget, in the traditional music or other disciplines of art, how is most important teaching through communication and passion.
    But in our music courses this attention is always awake and careful: teaching students with disabilities moves more reflection on the body that is an instrument itself, because it is the instrument of our communication.
    The aim of our courses is searching as well as students can their body, to be able to play even short pieces of music or with revisions simplified by each teacher reference.


    Teacher Francesca Cinanni

    The lessons are divided into: basic stretching exercises to prepare the body for movement; movement education; development of musicality and sense of rhythm; movement coordination exercises, and development of harmonious movement; body awareness and study of movement in space; development of memory through the implementation of a sequence of steps (choreography).

  • COREUTICS (Classical Dance)

    Teacher Maria Isabel Rincon Fonts

    Choreutic (the theory of space) according to eukinetic (theory of expression) is the main subject of this course based on Laban Movement Analysis, where social integration happens through the integration of each student body, both with disabilities. This is, in fact, the primary intention of Laban: he felt “the need for a deeper training of the artist and the man in general, for a regeneration psychophysics.”
    So in the context of disability, the arts is a suitable and very useful to give the student the opportunity to enrich their body language through a mode of expression, dance, experiencing the close relationship that exists between the body structure, the surrounding space and the dynamics of the movement.
    The deep purpose of the academy is to educate (that means pulling out) the ability of each student, giving him a greater self-control and knowledge of the space around him through the noble artistic expression of dance.