Arts Calendar: Dance
Music and dance interact in an intimate, unexpected ways in two great artists’ collaboration on the Goldberg Variations. Dinnerstein is internationally acclaimed for her interpretation of Bach’s elegant masterpiece, while Tanowitz is known for dance that is distinctly modern, infused with ballet and a playful spirit. In this work, Dinnerstein performs at a concert grand at center stage, around which Tanowitz’s dancers—as if conjured by the music—execute fresh, intricate movement revealing the rich emotional world of Bach’s studies.
1/11/19 8:00pm - 1/12/19 11:59pm
Hopkins Center for the Arts, 4 East Wheelock Street, Hanover, NH, Outside Vermont
Immerse yourself in this two-day intensive course that provides an overview of the key components of the DEL model of teaching dance to children and teenagers.
Experience the Dance Education Laboratory (DEL) model of dance teacher training in this interactive and movement based introductory workshop open to dancers, dance teachers, classroom teachers, or anyone interested in movement education. Participants will experience Laban Movement Analysis as applied to dance making and lesson planning as well as explore other components related to effective and innovative teaching and learning.
Led by Ann Biddle, DEL Founding Faculty, and assisted by Felice Santorelli, DEL Facilitator.
Fees: Fee inclusive of workshop & training, meals, and Pillow programming; on-site housing available for an additional fee.
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Ages 18+ | movement and dance education training course
DEL at JACOB'S PILLOW
Funded by Jody and John Arnhold, Dance Education Laboratory (DEL) at Jacob's Pillow introduces dance educators, college dance students, and classroom teachers to the DEL model of dance education--situated alongside the resources the Pillow offers as a year-round center for dance research and development.
QUESTIONS? Please contact Thasia Giles at email@example.com or 413.243.9919 x161.
1/12/19 9:00am - 1/13/19 5:00pm
Jacob's Pillow, 358 George Carter Road, Becket, MA 01223, Outside Vermont
Becoming Human is an intermedia exhibition seeking to identify and dissolve barriers between human and wild in the Anthropocene. In the three-channel video and sound installation The Air Connects Us, two dancers can be followed as they navigate Shanghai’s bustling streets, urban forests and massive industrial sites in search of connections to wild. During the exhibit, Jennings will present a live duet, Sea Inside Our Skin, rooted in the Chinese maxim “飲水思源 (drink the water, remember its source). This duet invites the audience to witness how breath and water nourishes, propels and changes us from within. Project VT: Pauline Jennings' Becoming Human was directed by Double Vision choreographer and co-Artistic Director Pauline Jennings. Becoming Human is a collaboration with Double Vision’s Calvin Aham and Joshua Lacourse (movement), Sean Clute (music composition), Jessica Gomula (video direction), Allen Hahn (cinematography), Jack B. Du (photography) and Amy Nielson (costume consulting).
Project Vermont is a new series dedicated to experimentation by providing a setting for contemporary Vermont artists to push their artistic practice while creating new work. Presenting visual, performance, and interdisciplinary exploration from emerging to established artists, Project Vermont supports artists’ exploration of new ideas and challenges, enables innovation, and creates engagement between audience and artist.
“Sea Inside Our Skin” was made possible in part with a research and development residency and support by Vermont Performance Lab with support from the Vermont Community Foundation.
135 Church Street, Burlington