Cora Laszlo

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Cora Laszlo is a Brazilian dance-maker, choreographer, teacher, and author. She holds a BA in Dance and a Licentiate degree in Dance. Teaching from UNICAMP (Brazil), a specialization degree in Klauss Vianna Technique from PUC-SP (Brazil), and is currently pursuing a MA in Performance Studies at NYU. Cora has been based in New York since 2018, where she created her most recent dance solo, "December 32",  performed at the Movement Research at the Judson Church, Open Performance, and SESC (Brazil). She is currently a LEIMAY Arts in the Community Garden Commissioned Fellow. Cora has been the recipient of several Brazilian grants for dance and has also established partnerships with artists from different media and nationalities. Cora is a Klauss Vianna Technique specialist—a Brazilian dance and somatic education technique. In 2018, she published a peer-reviewed book on teaching the Klauss Vianna Technique for teenagers, titled "Outros Caminhos de Dança: Técnica Klauss Vianna para Adolescentes e para Adolescer."

Areas of concentration/study:

Performance Studies; Dance; Improvisation, Movement and Choreography; Latin American Studies; Immigration and Diaspora; Dramaturgy.

Education:

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY

MASTER OF ARTS CANDIDATE - PERFORMANCE STUDIES

New York, New York

Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo

Specialization in the Klauss Vianna Technique

São Paulo, Brazil

Universidade Estadual de Campinas

Bachelor of Arts - Dance

Campinas, Brazil

Universidade Estadual de Campinas

Licentiate degree in Dance Teaching

Campinas, Brazil