GagaLab Summer 2022


Jul 18 – Jul 23, 2022

Join us for the GagaLab at Orsolina28: 6 days of intensive physical research in an Italian dance haven, with a sense of plenty of time for process and discovery.

Rooted in Ohad Naharin’s evolving movement language, GagaLab offers a framework to develop your artistry while connecting to your skills, imagination, and passion to move. Awaken your senses and turn on your engines in morning Gaga/dancers classes. Then apply Gaga tools to Naharin’s renowned, challenging choreography in daily repertory sessions, and deepen your understanding of Gaga in afternoon methodics classes.

GagaLab Summer 2022 is intended for professional dancers and advanced dance students age 18+. The GagaLab in Italy is a uniquely immersive experience, with all participants dancing, dining, and sleeping in the lush surroundings of Orsolina28.


July 17 Check-in
July 18-23 from 10:00am to 4:00pm each day
*schedule subject to change
July 24 Check-out


Payment for the GagaLab in Italy is in two parts: application fee, tuition and room & board.
Your enrollment will be considered complete only after both payments have been received.

The tuition (1890 ILS) will be payable after acceptance to the GagaLab and is due to Gaga.
For any inquiries about application fee, tuition and classes, please contact gagalab@gagapeople.com

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The GagaLab in Italy is a uniquely immersive experience! Leave behind the city, and dance, eat, sleep, and relax in a scenic natural environment.

The room & board fee (600 €) will be payable after tuition payment and is due to Orsolina28 by June 20th.
For any inquiries about accommodation please contact accommodation@orsolina28.it

Register here for accommodation


  • In case of cancellation before May 31 / 90% refund
  • In case of cancellation between June 1-29 / 50% refund
  • In case of cancellation from June 30 onwards / no refund


Orsolina28 observes the laws and regulations of Italy and of the Piedmont Region with regards to COVID-19 safety.
Participants must familiarize themselves with Italy’s regulations regarding travel and testing. By registering for the workshop, participants commit to respecting all COVID-19 policies and regulations.
Without prejudice to any stricter requirement by Italian authorities, all participants must show proof of fully vaccinated certification against COVID-19 prior to arrival at Orsolina28; the vaccination must be up-to-date, still effective, and have been completed with a vaccine approved by Italian authorities. In addition, a negative COVID test will be required prior to arrival; details about the type of test and required time frame will be communicated closer to the workshop. It is expressly understood that the participant’s failure to complete the vaccination cycle and/or procure the negative results of a COVID test prior to arrival at Orsolina28 will entitle Gaga and Orsolina28 to withdraw the participant from registration.
Participants may receive further updates regarding policies and must adhere fully to these guidelines in order to participate.


  • Juliano Nunes

    Program Director

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    Trained at the Brazilian Dance Conservatory in Rio de Janeiro, Juliano Nunes (b. 1990) furthered his studies at the Mannheim University of Music and Performing Arts in Germany with a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts. Joining Companies such as Royal Ballet of Flanders, Leipzig Opera Ballet, Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe, and Stuttgart Gauthier Dance, he has worked with numerous choreographers including William Forsythe, Christopher Wheeldon, Hans van Manen, Jiří Kylián, Ohad Naharin, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Yuri Grigorovich, Akram Khan, and others. He has received critical acclaim for his own choreography and has created pieces for the Royal Ballet in London, Nederlands Dans Theater 2, Mariinsky Theater, Norwegian National Ballet, Zürich Ballet, Ballet Jazz de Montreal, Acosta Danza, Pennsylvania Ballet, and Atlanta Ballet. He also choreographed for a new Netflix series Tiny Pretty Things and worked with FKA Twigs for a special performance at the Jimmy Fallon Late Night Show.


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    Alice Klock and Florian Lochner met while serving as dancers and Choreographic Fellows at Hubbard Street Dance Chicago. In 2017 they founded the dance company FLOCK through which they perform their own work internationally and co-create new choreography for film and stage. As a team they have choreographed for multiple dance companies, universities, and cultural institutions including Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Ballet Arkansas, Seattle Dance Collective, Whim W’Him, the Ballet Idaho Trainee Program, Kultur O.H.G, the Goethe Institut, Adaptations Dance Theater on Maui, the Alonzo King LINES Ballet BFA, and the 92nd Street Y. In all of their work, they strive to bring artists and audiences together in environments that are open, dynamic and based on joy.

  • Ève-Marie Dalcourt

    Ballet Teacher

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    Ève-Marie is a multi-faceted artist from Montreal, Canada. She has danced for 3 years with the Nederlands Dans Theater 2, performing all over the world the works of Alexander Ekman, León & Lightfoot, Marco Goecke, Juliano Nunes, Johan Inger, and Felix Landerer. Eager to support and facilitate new initiatives and artistic voices, she decided in 2019 to become a freelance artist; already allowing her to take part in various productions with the Korzo Theater, Antonin Rioche, Klever Dance Creatives, Metamorphosis Dance, and the Nunes Dance Company. On top of maintaining the development of her career as a dancer, she was entrusted with the role of assistant and repetitor for Alexander Ekman, allowing her to stage his masterpiece Cacti on the Royal Swedish Ballet and take part in the production of Play at the Paris Opera Ballet. She has also taught various workshops in Japan, Italy, The Netherlands, Mexico, and Canada. Ève-Marie aspires to keep evolving in becoming a facilitator for movement, communication, and initiative in the dance industry.

GagaLab Summer 2022 Jul 18 – Jul 23, 2022