Los métodos de Zambrano en la improvisación están influenciados por la capacitación que imparte en todo el mundo. El método más notable es su técnica Flying Low, que examina la relación del bailarín con el suelo; y Passing Through.
David Zambrano has been making dance for over 30 years. In his pursuits as both a creator and educator, Zambrano has visited 63 countries, worked with thousands of dancers, and has performed at hundreds of venues across the world. His pieces range from set choreography, structured improvisation, and pure improvisation. Born in Venezuela, Zambrano spent 15 years in New York, and now lives between Amsterdam and Brussels continuing to perform and teach worldwide. His improvisation is committed to art as a cultural exchange developing the creative process in a world without borders. Zambrano sees improvisation as an art and choreography as a vehicle to further develop his work in improvisation.
Zambrano’s methods in improvisation are influenced by the training he teaches around the globe. The most notable method is his Flying Low technique which examines the dancer’s relationship to the ground; and Passing Through group composition exercising the practice of infinity possibilities of moving together inside a defined time-space environment.
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