Workshop @The Place, London, 9-10 July 2016
Master teachers and Duncan Dance Project collaborators Meg Brooker and Julia Pond take a contemporary approach to Duncan technique and repertory over this weekend workshop.
Isadora Duncan created a dance technique featuring dynamic, whole-body movement through space, powered by rhythmic footwork and breath-supported gesture. Inspired by nature, myth, and music, Duncan was both an improviser and a choreographer, leaving a legacy of free expression in dance movement, as well as a repertory of nearly one hundred dances. This workshop combines a contemporary approach to Duncan technique with an exploration of historic dance repertory. Dancers will run, and leap and move with joy, as well as learn phrases from original Duncan choreographies.
Early bird: £100 (through June 16th)
Payments accepted at paypal.me/JPond2016/100
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