Harvard Dance Center, 66 Garden St., Cambridge, MA
Presented by: Harvard Dance Center, Office for the Arts, and Theater, Dance & Media Tickets: $5 student; $10 general admission; free for TDM Concentrators. Available online and at Harvard Dance Center.
ASL interpretation will be provided for the Friday, April 26, performance.
SEMINAL VOICES —An evening of new experiments with the methods of three visionary artists who have expanded the meaning of choreographic practice. And still do. See Harvard students perform and engage with work that spans 90 years of dance history.... Read more about SEMINAL VOICES
Level: All levels Instructor: Nailah Randall-Bellinger Accompanist: Allison Stamiris Adapted for the small space, an introduction to the fundamentals of classical Modern dance technique that shows its evolution into what is now called Contemporary dance. Students are introduced to the basic vocabulary of Graham, Horton and Limón techniques, including such terms as the c-curve, undulation, lateral arch, fall and rebound, spiraling, release swing, and contract and release. The use of the torso and working in a way that is “grounded” are emphasized as defining modern dance movement qualities. Day/Time: Sat, 11:15am-12:15pm ET What you’ll need: A minimum cleared space of 3’x3’ of flooring. Suggested attire: Something comfortable to move in, e.g. dance/yoga/workout wear. Bare feet recommended.
Harvard Commons, The Smith Campus Center, 1350 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA
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