Free Gaga/people Class with Bobbi Jene Smith, followed by performance

Date: 

Sunday, December 17, 2017, 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Location: 

Harvard Dance Center, 66 Garden St., Cambridge

Gaga class with Ohad Naharin. Credit: Gadi Dagon
An exciting opportunity for a special Gaga Sunday is being offered at Harvard Dance Center on Sunday, December 17!  Bobbi Jene Smith, former dancer with the Batsheva Dance Company, is offering a free Gaga/people class from 1-2pm.

The first 50 people who sign up for the class will be given a free ticket to Bobbi Jene Smith's A Study on Effort at 3pm at the Harvard Dance Center, following the class. There will be a Q&A with the artists after the show. Bobbi Jene Smith in "A Study on Effort"

Gaga/people classes are open to all people, regardless of their background in dance or movement. No previous dance experience is needed. Gaga—the movement language created by Ohad Naharin, artistic director and choreographer of Batsheva Dance Company in Tel Aviv—is a continuous, sensation-based movement class. 

Here’s your Gaga Sunday Itinerary:

  • 1-2pm            Gaga/people class with Bobbi Jene Smith
  • 3pm                A Study on Effort performance 
  • 4pm                Q&A with the artists
Online registration is required to participate in the class and to receive a free ticket to A Study on Effort at Harvard Dance Center. Participants must be 18+. 
 
UPDATE: THIS CLASS IS NOW FULL AND COMPS HAVE BEEN CLAIMED. YOU MAY PURCHASE A DISCOUNTED TICKET FOR ANY OF THE PERFORMANCES USING THE FOLLOWING PROMO CODE: AMOC10

"We learn to love our sweat, we discover our passion to move and connect it to effort, we discover both the animal in us and the power of our imagination." -- Ohad Naharin


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. 

Top Photo: Gaga class with Ohad Naharin, credit: Gadi Dagon. Bottom Photo: Bobbi Jene Smith in A Study on Effort.