CONTEMPORARY DANCE FOR ADULTS
Contemporary dance is an art form reflective of today's ever changing world. Contemporary dance examines the choreographic and performing process. It draws on modern dance techniques and an array of still developing philosophies of movement based on the study of the human body and body/mind interrelationships. FadaDance explores contemporary dance through technique, improvisation, and choreography.
This is a class for students transitioning from Contemporary to Adult classes and other young adults interested in dance. Focus is placed on the fine-tuning of technique, exploration of movement quality and style, and further development of phrasing and combinations. Students are encouraged to work within the technique and contribute to the creative process. Dancers must feel comfortable in a performing atmosphere. A strong commitment to attending class regularly is a must.
This class emphasizes the fine-tuning of contemporary dance technique, exploration of movement quality and style, and further development of phrasing and combinations. Students are encouraged to work within the technique and challenge themselves to make the dance their own. Dancers must feel comfortable in a performing atmosphere. A strong commitment to attending class regularly is a must.
This is a fast moving class where students are expected to pick up the warm-up section and complex phrases rapidly. Technical strength and experience are a necessity. Dancers will rework previous repertoire as well as create new work for performance. Dancers should be passionate in taking their work to the stage. A strong commitment to attending class regularly is a must.
YOUNG ADULT & ADULT TECHNIQUE
Barre, floor barre, center work, and movement combinations will be the focus of these classes. The class will incorporate various approaches to dance conditioning to improve strength, flexibility, and alignment. All intermediate & advanced dancers are strongly encouraged to take these classes.
FadaMan is a creative dance sessional taught by Fran Gilboy and Heather Cameron. Generally, it includes people that identify as men between the ages of 18 and 45. The class combines strength training, basic contemporary dance technique, improvisation and collaborative choreography. There are 2 sessions, one in the fall and one in the spring, each culminating in a performance.
Fall Session - 9 weeks: October 23-December 18, 2018
October 23, 30
November 6, 13, 20, 27
December 4, 11, 18
Spring Session - 9 weeks: April 2-June 4, 2019
April 2, 9, 16, 30 (NO CLASS April 23 – Spring Break)
May 7, 14, 21, 28