Lucidez Dance Logo Version the one Bernie made me

By Lucia Schweigert, Feb 11 2017 10:43AM

After performing with Unika Dance Events in early February, I’ve come to Sevilla for a month of intensive Flamenco.


I notice that the relative calmness and loneliness I feel here are good for my creativity and #wtgrief keeps developing slowly but surely.


In other news our bid to funding from the Wandsworth Arts Council for the fourth Kaleidoscopic Arts Platform has been successful,

so save the date: May 19th!


By Lucia Schweigert, Jan 10 2017 04:28PM

My time in Santiago and Latin America has come to an end with a last incredible trip to Panama and Colombia.


Back in London I performed a Samba show for Unika Dance Events for New Year’s Eve and defined my goals for 2017.


I’m an Equity member now and look forwards to taking class, performing and taking Kaleidscopic Arts to the next, funded level!


Happpy New Year!


By Lucia Schweigert, May 25 2016 08:01PM

It's fascinating to feel the body's vibrations, stretches, strains and simply any movement. Listening to the body, observing it, making it dance.


After three months of joining the wonderful world of Flamenco I feel like I have arrived at home. When I see performances and take class I find it the most inspiring and empowering dance for me that I have come close to so far. It's intense, powerful, passionate yet sensitive and thoughtful and in every way encompasses life the way I see it. Tango is very different and I enjoy the demands it makes on my sensitivity. Looking forwards to where these dances will take me.



By Lucia Schweigert, Mar 17 2016 01:33PM

Can't express how happy I am to have finally begun learning this most wonderful dance thanks to Embrujo Academia de Baile. Starting with a performance in honour of International Women's Day just made the whole experience even more exciting. After a week of rehearsals, it's now back to regular class and learning technique.

By Lucia Schweigert, Mar 15 2016 07:36PM

Despite the fact that dance schools along with many other schools, shops, restaurants and organisations are mostly closed during February I was lucky to find two great intensive workshops with Rodrigo Chaverini Hernández, where photographer Gian Franco Costa took this wonderful shot during an improvisation.