Master Classes & Workshops
Dance master casses and workshops are offered with live musical accompaniement by percussionist, John Currey.
Master Classes and Workshops
Master Classes (2-hour) and Workshops (1-3 days) in Modern Dance, Choreography, Performance, and Improvisation and tap with live percussion accompanient by John Currey. Workshops conclude with a performance to live music composed specifically for the event.
Hour-long dance class for people living with Parkinson's disease, caregivers, and their loved ones. In this class, participants start seated (30 minutes) and proceed to standing (30 minutes). All movements can be modified for those preferring to or needing to remain seated. The class concludes with a choreographed dance in which all participants join together as one loving community. Class content includes elements of ballet, modern dance, tap, musical theater, improvisation, and participant storytelling through movement. Length: 1 hour
This course series is an experiential approach to teaching the history of dance. The course examines of dance from a cultural, sociatal, and political context. In this photo, the dancers are learning about Isadora Duncan. Length: determined by the number of classes and educational goals.
Participatory workshop designed to integrate dancers with diverse physical abilities for the purposes of creating an inclusive environment with movement exploration and exchange. She has worked extensively with people living with visible and invisible disabilities or conditions. This includes dancers and ordinary people with Multiple Sclerosis, Polio, Depression, Cystic Fibrosis, Bi-polar, Polio, Spina bifida, Anxiety, Osteoporosis, Attention Deficit Hypotension Disorder, Low vision/Blind, Brain Injury, Parkinson's Disease, and physical disabling conditions as a result of suicide attempt.
Workshop crossing language barriers through a cultural movement exchange. This course offers group contribution and interpreted discussion with the purpose of uniting as one human race despite geographic or political separation. In this photo, Ryanstrati is on the left (front row) with dancers from the Phillippines. Length: 1 1/2 hours