Easter workshops at Diambra

2-4 April 2013


The amazing and loving Erica Sobol is once again back at Diambra to give us 5 contemporary classes filled with dance and heart. She’s accompanied by her friend Peppe Panzieri from Italy who will teach a hiphop class , welcome the spring with open arms and come dance with us at Diambra!

Contemporary workshop with Erica Michelle Sobol (USA)

Tuesday 2/4 – 18.30–20.00
Wednesday 3/4 – 18.30–20.00 + 20.00-21.30
Thursday 4/4 – 18.30–20.00 + 20.00-21.30

1500 SEK/5 classes or 350 SEK/single class

Hip-hop Workshop with Peppe Panzieri (ITALY)

Tuesday 2/4 – 20.00–21.30

100 SEK/single class

c/o Marikas
Döbelnsgatan 56, Stockholm
Subway: Rådmansgatan

Info and registration


Erica Sobol is a Los Angeles original, born and raised in the city. After high school, she moved to New York City to pursue a career in the performing arts. There Erica earned a BA in dance-theater from Barnard College at Columbia University and began her professional dance training at Broadway Dance Center. She also began her teaching career in New York, serving as a faculty member at Manhattan’s Peridance. She is thrilled to be back home in Los Angeles now, continuing to create and to train.

Erica has contributed works to Gay Pride NYC, Traffic, the Broadway Dance Center Performance Outlet, Carnival: a choreographer’s ball (in New York and Los Angeles), the EDGE Annual Show, and many many others… And Erica was handpicked in 2011 as a finalist for the prestigious Capezio ACE award.

She has worked as a master instructor at several dance studios and festivals all over the world, including Broadway Dance Center in New York, BDC in Tokyo, Pineapple in London, Harmonic in Paris, FnF in Poland (alongside world famous hip hop choreographers Luther Brown, Kevin Maher, Tucker Barkley, Tony Czar, Ian Eastwood, Nick DeMoura, and others), DiAmbra in Stockholm, Skip on Guam, and Mediterranean Dance Festival in Italy (alongside choreographers and dancers from Madonna (World Tour), Bat Sheva Dance Company, Nederlands Dans Theater, Kidd Pivot, and more). And she is on faculty at the Edge Performing Arts Center.

Erica Sobol is the founder and artistic director of collidEdance, an ever-evolving professional dance company dedicated to blurring the line between dance and theater. The company’s Brooklyn, NY debut in 2004 received rave reviews and enjoyed five straight soldout performances. collidE is now based in Los Angeles. And thriving! It’s West Coast debut, in Hollywood in 2008, brought four packed houses down! collidEdance continues to make and perform groundbreaking dance, to inspire audiences worldwide.

Erica has appeared in Dance Teacher Magazine and in Dance Spirit Magazine. She and her work have been praised in multiple art and travel blogs. And collidEdance was featured in Dance Spirit Magazine’s “The Higher Ed Issue” as one of eight most desirable companies for post-competition dance life, leading the way in this professional dance phenomenon.

Erica feels lucky, so lucky, to be inspired every day.


SOFIA BERGSTEN   1. When did you attend Diambra Dance Education? I went to Diambra Dance Education for two years. 2015/2016 and 2016/2017. 2.What have you done since then? The same year as I graduated I started to work as a dancer in Fredrik  Benke Rydmans The Nutcracker Reloaded and was a part of that show in  Sweden and on tour until the last show in the beginning of […]

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After Diambra

SIMON RYDÈN   1.When did you attend Diambra Dance Education?   2011–2013.   2. What have you done since then?  I trained with Diambra at a pretty young age. I have been pretty busy since then. I worked in Austria at a youth company as a dancer. I went on to study at The Juilliard School […]

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DiAmbra blev tillslut så mycket mer än vad  förväntat mig. Till en början hade jag bara hört bra saker om diambra och majoriteten av dansarna som gått här talar för sig själva, hur drivna och passionerade de är samt hur bra det går för dem efter utbildningen. Så efter att jag gjort audition blev jag […]

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