Ingo Reulecke

Ingo Reulecke
Berlin, Germany

I’m very much interested in a continuous process of learning and growing. Recently I’ve been working on the connection of diverse somatic practices into composition on a practical and theoretical level, besides deepening my own yoga practice. I’m looking forward to more co-teaching as the direct and intermediate exchange between students and docents is a very beneficial learning experience for all participants. The idea of “instant composition” is a big influence on all my different creative outbursts. Recently I’ve been extremely energized by our Berlin based performance group “grapeshade” (two musicians, two dancers /grapeshade.weebly.com) with whom we perform regularly. Whenever I have time I enjoy being out in nature and to get back to the roots. 

biography: Ingo Reulecke studied choreography at the college of the arts “Ernst Busch” in Berlin after completing his training in contemporary dance. In 1994 and 1997 he received study grants for New York City from the Berlin Senate. He has been a guest lecturer at “Ernst Busch” and at the Palucca Hochschule in Dresden since 1995. He received a DAAD scholarship in 1998 for a year in NYC.

Beside many projects he presented “Sheik Yerbouti” at the International Dance Festival NRW. Since 1999 he has been an artist-in-residence of the Tanzfabrik Berlin. Ingo has choreographed and performed with various artists since 1990, and in 2006 won first prize in the theatre festival “Vorort” Muenster with “diminuendo 2”. In autumn 2010 he and director Lukas Matthaei choreographed and directed together the site specific installation “Sender Weimar” for the Festival “Kunstfest” Weimar. They presented one of the ten pieces that they have created as a team since 2000.

Since 2005 Ingo has held a professorship in choreography and is leading the dance department in the college of the arts “Ernst Busch” Berlin until 2013. In 2006-2012 he was in the directorship in the co-operative dance education center Berlin.