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Upcoming Classes

Modern Dance (open level)

University of the South
Wednesday, February 19th at 7:30pm
Robin Gerchman, Rollins College

Introducing Jose Limon and Doris Humphrey! Welcome to an eclectic legacy of Jose Limon. This class will enhance (or introduce) your knowledge of the Limon technique by creating designs in space through physical vocabulary and movement sentences. Attention will be given to the artistry of dance; combining modern dance vocabulary to achieve fluid movement phrases that are individual and authentic to YOU.

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Moving Stories and Conversations (open level)

University of the South
Thursday, February 20th at 7:30pm
Robin Gerchman, Rollins College

Dance, reading, writing and reflection; this dance composition class will focus on developing an awareness of your authentic voice in society. A synergy of movement, written word and voice is the platform from which this is to be created. Who are we? What do we stand for? What do we believe in? Answering these questions compels the desire to create your own personal “moving” story.

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Rhythm Tap

Rollins College
Wednesday, March 11th at 4:00-5:30 pm
Courtney World, The University of the South

This class emphasizes musicality and joint efficiency for increased speed and clarity, through a series of rhythmic patterns, improvisational structures, and choreographic studies.

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Bartenieff Somatics Lab

Rollins College
Wednesday, March 11th at 10:00-10:50 am
Courtney World, The University of the South

In a series of floorwork improvisations and learned patterns, dancers will explore the principles of Bartenieff Fundamentals. Through a spirit of play, movers will engage with themselves, others, and the environment and find ways to enliven performance by observing habits or patterns that are no longer serving them and discover opportunities for change.

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Introduction to Baroque Dance

Washington and Lee University
Saturday, March 21st at 10:00 am-11:30 am
Anne Van Gelder, University of Richmond

This master class in Baroque dance will introduce students to basic Baroque dance steps, court manners, and a brief history of 17th century court dance during the reign of Louis XIV. Students will have the opportunity to peruse court dances preserved in Beauchamp–Feuillet notation. Appropriate music from the Baroque period will be used during the master class.

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Introduction to Baroque Dance

Washington and Lee University
Saturday, March 21st at 12:00 pm-1:30 pm
Anne Van Gelder, University of Richmond

This master class in Baroque dance will introduce students to basic Baroque dance steps, court manners, and a brief history of 17th century court dance during the reign of Louis XIV. Students will have the opportunity to peruse court dances preserved in Beauchamp–Feuillet notation. Appropriate music from the Baroque period will be used during the master class.

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Critical Writing for Dance

Spelman College
Wednesday, April 15th
Alison Bory, Davidson College

More details coming!

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Choreographic Feedback

Spelman College
Thursday, April 16th
Alison Bory, Davidson College

More details coming!

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