masterclass series

Micheal Getman International Residency: May - June 2018


The Mill and Adelaide College of The Arts present the Micheal Getman Residency and Masterclass Series, May-June 2018 @ Adelaide College of the Arts.


Dates: Tuesday 8th May
Time: 10.45am - 12.15pm
(Join 2nd & 3rd year AC Arts Students)

Dates: Monday 14th & 21st May
Time: 10.45am - 12.15pm
(Join 2nd and 3rd year AC Arts students) 

Dates: Tuesday 15th & 29th May
Time: 10.45am -12.15pm
(Join 1st year AC Arts students)

Date: Wednesday 23rd May
Time: 6pm - 8pm
(For: Adelaide/National Independent Dance Community)

Date: Saturday 2nd June
Time: 10am - 12noon
(For: Adelaide/National Independent Dance Community)

About Micheal Getman

Born in Israel to a Russian/Jewish parents, Dora & Zacharia. Michael received his professional training at the Bat Dor School of Dance, under the directory of Ms. Ordman, Tel Aviv, Israel. After graduating He started his journey as a professional dancer and performer. Michael worked and interpreted works by Ohad Naharin, Amanda K Miller, Marguerite Donjon, Bill Forsythe and Michael Schumacher. At the age 17 Michael joined the young Bat Sheva Ensemble Company Directed By Naomie Perlov and Ohad Naharin. After a year at the Junior company he was invited by Ohad Naharin to join the Bat Sheva Dance Company. In 1999 Michael Joined ‘The Ballet Freiburg Pretty Ugly Dance Company’, Directed by Amanda K Miller. Between 2002-2003 Michael was dancing at the Stats Theatre Saarbrucken, Artistic Director Marguerite Donlon, before joining the last season of Ballet Freiburg Pretty Ugly 2004. His first Choreographic project, a site specific project, was an artistic collaboration with artists from the field of dance, music/sound, and theatre; facilitating an old cotton factory in Saarbrucken, Germany 2003.