Victoria Fox: Summer Intensive 2017

Victoria Fox: Summer Intensive 2017

Find out more about one of our fantastic practitioners teaching on this year's intensive. Here's Victoria's biography and class description.


Victoria Fox-Markiewicz is a performer, choreographer and teacher. She has danced with Silesian Dance Theatre Poland, CandoCo Dance Company, Jasmin Vardimon Company, Flexer and Sandiland, Baila Louca Holland and trained/R & D with Andre Gingras, Holland and with Vincent Dance Theatre.

She is currently creating new work ‘Still I rise’ a piece for 5 female dancers for her newly formed Brighton based dance company TRIBE// with preview performance this Spring. She was a commissioned choreographer for the Place Prize 2008, winning the audience vote. Previous choreographic has been performed at The Place, as part of Touch Wood season, Choreodrome and Resolutions, Kalisz International Dance Festival and The Basement Brighton. Victoria has taught a wide range of ages and abilities nationally and Internationally.

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Class Description

Victoria teaches a dynamic physical class, starting by moving through a series of improvisations using imagery and exploring body connections, then moving into phrase work. The aim is to use our knowledge, expand our range of movement whilst using the body efficiently. Using energy, gravity and flow in phrases, focusing on the bodies abilities. We will engage and embody different dynamics and textures within the movement and how to move between subtle details to extreme explosive movement, Allowing the body to move, to find ease and enjoyment through our bodies and a sense of freedom in our movement.

Victoria Fox-Markiewicz is one of fantastic practitioners teaching on our Summer Intensive this year, if you would like to find out more information about the intensive, or to book on please follow this LINK

If you would like to see TRIBE// in action, catch them this weekend at Brighton Fringe Festival -definitely worth going!


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