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Artistic Director: Maren Stott (Dip. Eu., Nürnberg 1982; MA Eu. Alanus-Bonn 2010); has performed and directed with Ashdown Eurythmy, London Stage Group, Anderida Ensemble, Eurythmy West Midlands; eurythmy director and performer with Portal Productions of Steiner’s Four Mystery Dramas; solo programmes with Prof. Paul Robertson (violin) “Bach and the Dance of Heaven and Earth”; “From Bach to Messiaen” with Alan Stott (piano); “Water Islands” with Geoffrey Norris (speaker/ actor) and Alan Stott (piano); conferences, including Cambridge Music Conference, performing specially composed pieces by Nigel Osborne, Howard Skempton, Jinny Shaw, and Jenny Nicholson (2012); collaborates with Mike Chase (masks & drama) at the Glasshouse Arts Centre. Taught in eurythmy trainings: London School of Eurythmy (1986-91); Eurythmy West Midlands, Stourbridge, since 1991.
Musicians include: Alan Stott (B.Ed.), piano, studied with Dr Ferdinand Rauter, co-founder of the Austrian Music Society (London), and Robert Kolben (Munich). Has taught and played for eurythmy since 1978 in Stuttgart, Munich, Nuremberg, East Grinstead and Stourbridge; pianist of Eurythmy Bühne München (1978-80), founder of Anderida Ensemble and duo-partner with Robert Davey (cello). Translator and commentator of Steiner’s basic lecture-courses for eurythmists; contributes to the Section Newsletter (Dornach); editor of the Newsletter of the Eurythmy Association (UK).
Speakers include blocks with: Geoffrey Norris (speech) b. Durban, S. A. Performed with the Rock Musical “Hair” in the 1970’s; graduated 1978 London School of Speech Formation and Dramatic Art; has toured Britain, Eire, Continental Europe, Scandinavia, Southern Africa, and North America with Ashdown Eurythmy, Dornach Stage Players, Stuttgart Eurythmeum, Botton/ Ringwood Eurythmy Group, Anderida Ensemble, Portal Productions, Rose Theatre Company and Teatro della Stella; guest teacher at the Eurythmy School in Den Haag; gives courses & workshops world-wide, also theatrical consultant, voice & drama coach; he played Prof Capesius in all Steiner’s Mystery Dramas (1989-98) and lead roles in recent productions with Pericles Theatre Company; currently working with Sarah Kane on a programme of English poetry “Music When Soft Voices Die”.