Presented By: Dance Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard
As part of the OFA Dance Program's Spring 2016 Master Class Series, Peter DiMuro will lead a master class focusing on jump-starting the creative/choreographic process. Mr. DiMuro pulls from a variety of sources in his movement classes, adapting modern and somatic techniques along with improvisation structures based in both theatre and dance. In this master class, participants will create their own movement phrases and explore serious play.
Peter DiMuro is Choreographer/Creative Director of Peter DiMuro/Public Displays of Motion as well as Executive Director of The Dance Complex, Cambridge. He has woven a career as a performer, choreographer, director, teacher, facilitator and arts engager, touring and teaching internationally. He was Artistic Director of Liz Lerman Dance Exchange 2003-2008, capping a 15 year relationship as performer and lead-artist with the company founded by MacArthur "Genius" Lerman. Mr. DiMuro was named a White House Millennial Artist in 2000. His work has received grants/support from the National Performance Network, the Mass Artists’ Foundation, Mass Cultural Council, MetLife Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. In 2010, he represented the US as an emissary for the Department of State in Madrid, teaching and adjudicating an international competition for emerging artists.
Participants must be 18 years + and have some dance experience. Participants should also have a commitment to process and openness to serious play. Observers welcome.
Participation is free, but due to limited class capacity, online registration is required for both participants and observers. First-come, first-served, with priority given to Harvard University Undergraduate Students.
Harvard University encourages persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodation or have questions about the physical access provided, please contact 617-495-8683 in advance of your participation or visit.
The Harvard Dance Center is accessible for individuals using wheelchairs.
Photo credit: Robert Torres.