Mercoledì 2 ottobre riprendono le lezioni settimanali del corso Butoh: tecniche di base della Dance Art a.s.d. di Palermo con una lezione prova gratuita della classe di primo livello.Il corso, che si concluderà a Giugno col saggio della scuola, sarà guidato dal Maestro Antonio Leto, che vi aspetta per provare e guidarvi in questa bellissima Arte, e avrà cadenza settimanale.Le ore di frequentazione effettiva saranno valide…See More
Antonio Leto is an italian butoh dancer, composer, and researcher based in his birthplace Palermo where he devotes his life to his family and to butoh dance performing as a way of self-consciousness and self-development. He took part to many of Sayoko Onishi's choreographies as a solo performer and collaborated to the creation of some of her solos as a composer and assistant director. He collaborates with butoh dancers and artists coming from various disciplines, giving life to extemporaneous performances of contemporary theater interacting with installations, artificial soundscapes and urban contexts. He also composed music for short movies, dance and shadow theater for children taking part to many national and international festival. He kept in touch with butoh during a workshop at “Teatro delle Radici” (directed by Cristina Castrillo and Bruna Gusberti in Lugano (Switzerland) and focused on physical theater) where he attended a lesson/performance by Margit Huber about butoh history. Some years after in 2006 he achieved the European Diploma of Butoh at “The International Academy of Butoh Dance of Palermo” founded by Sayoko Onishi in collaboration with Yoshito Ohno and in the same year he presented a PhD thesis about the acoustics behaviour of greek ancient theaters. Since 2007 he keeps on studying butoh taking part to the organization of workshops for “The International Academy of Butoh Dance”, conducted by the Master Sayoko Onishi and attending other workshops with internationally renowned Masters (Yoshito Ohno, Ken Mai, Marie Gabrielle Rotie, Henriette Heinrichs). He wrote some articles about architectural acoustics for some international congress, and about theatre and dance performing and he was also chief theatre editor for SuccoAcido newspaper in 2008/2009. He started teaching butoh in collaboration with Anna Costantino in a regular course named “Jiga Butoh” – The Butoh of Self. Their duo “Glass Strings” have been performed in various festivals and theaters in the last 4 years. Since 2012 he is developing his solo project “Simulacra” on the relationship between reality and simulation. Since 2013 he's an official member of CID Unesco's International Dance Council.