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Dancewave FALL - Contemporary Fundamentals

FALL - Contemporary Fundamentals

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Dancewave FALL - Contemporary Fundamentals
Ages

7 - 9 yrs

Dates

Mon, Jan 31, 2022 - May 23, 2022

Time

4:00pm - 4:45pm EST

Location

182 4th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217

Instructors

Em P., Sofia E.

Capacity

15 students

Discounts

Sibling Discount


Class Experience

A fun introduction to contemporary dance for movers of all levels! Contemporary Fundamentals introduces young dancers to the basic principles of modern and contemporary dance techniques, including suspension, contraction, release, floorwork, musicality, dynamic expression and improvisation. Students will develop knowledge of musicality and movement terminology, and will acquire developmentally appropriate technical skills while building strength and flexibility.

Class Requirements

Dress code: Wear form fitting exercise-appropriate clothing. All hair must be secured away from the face and neck so that it does not become a distraction.

What you'll learn

  • suspension
  • contraction
  • release
  • floorwork
  • musicality
  • imporvisation

Other Things To Know

Holiday Schedule
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Cancellation Policy

Dancewave has a strict NO REFUNDS policy. Class credit only. All tuition includes a non-refundable administration fee. By registering and attending class, you agree to have read and fully understand this statement.


What To Bring

  • water bottle

Dancewave Location

Dancewave Center

182 4th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217


Meet your Instructors

Em P.

Sofia Engelman + Em Papineau are educators, organizers, and choreographic collaborators based in Lenapehoking // Brooklyn, NY. Their current research focuses on structural transparency (in performance and institutions alike), accessibility, advocating for young people, and archiving. Their first collaborative project, Where the air is light and clear, was presented at the National College Dance Festival at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts while they were students at Smith College.

Sofia E.

Sofia Engelman + Em Papineau are educators, organizers, and choreographic collaborators based in Lenapehoking // Brooklyn, NY. Their current research focuses on structural transparency (in performance and institutions alike), accessibility, advocating for young people, and archiving. Their first collaborative project, Where the air is light and clear, was presented at the National College Dance Festival at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts while they were students at Smith College.