First day of Music 103r: Master Work: The Choreographic Process of William Forsythe


Wednesday, January 29, 2014, 3:00pm to 6:00pm


Harvard Dance Center

Presented By Dance Program (Office for the Arts)

Taught by OFA Dance Director and Senior Lecturer Jill Johnson. Course meets Wednesday/Friday, 3:00-6:00pm at the Harvard Dance Center. Open to Harvard undergraduate and graduate students.

A comprehensive study of a William Forsythe master work via one of his closest collaborators culminating in a collaborative, original dance work. A unique, rigorous and interdisciplinary course of study that will expose students to all aspects of a master work by a preeminent American dance innovator.

Note: Previous dance experience required. Enrollment determined by interview during the first week of class.

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