Riccardo Buscarini

Morning Class | Monday 26 February - Friday 2 March 2018 | 10am - 12noon
Driven by a passion for sculpture and architecture, and starting from the assumption that our movement can carve the space and leave a trace behind, Riccardo leads a very high-paced, dynamic and spacious improvisation class that aims to unlock the body and stretch its movement potential into a million different directions. The focus of Riccardo's work is on movement projection. Throughout the class, dancers are invited to look for the limits of their kinesphere and challenge their own habits in order to approach movement with a tridimensional perspective and to embrace the surrounding space fully.


The Place Prize for Dance 2013 winner Riccardo Buscarini, trained at Accademia Domenichino in Piacenza/IT and London Contemporary Dance School graduating in 2009.
Highlights of his career include the involvement in the international research projects ArtsCross 2013 (China, Taiwan, UK), Performing Gender 2013-15, (Croatia, Italy, Netherlands, Spain) and MAM - Maroc Artist Meeting 2015 in Marrakech. His exhibition In Parting Glass (Dec 2015 - Mar 2016) in collaboration with visual artist Richard Taylor, was commissioned by Summerhall, Edinburgh. He has created INTERTWINED an installation for London Festival of Architecture 2016 in collaboration with Flow Architecture and took part in i'm NOT tino sehgal Nahmad Projects' first exhibition.
In 2017 he has created a new work on Chelyabinsk Dance Theatre in Chelyabinsk/RU and in Opus Ballet School, Florence.
As an opera director, Riccardo has worked on Donizetti’s Don Pasquale and Rossini's The Barber of Seville in Piacenza/IT and Sebastiano Dessanay's The Cry of The Double Bass at Tête à Tête Festival 2017 in London.
He has taught choreography and performance at Birkbeck University from 2011-2015 and leads improvisation and composition workshops internationally.