Saturday, December 5, 2009
January 11-15, 2010; Mon - Fri
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
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Andrea is a graduate of The Juilliard School and former dancer with Ohad Naharin's Ensemble Batsheva. She created Gallim Dance in 2006 with a mission to create, to play inside the imagination, to find juxtapositions of the mind and body that resonate in the soul.
Andrea is one of the most sought after, young choreographers in the world and her recent commissions include, Ballet Hispanico, Ballet Bern, Noord Nederlandse Dans, HS2, Zenon Dance, Body Traffic, Repertory Dance Theater, Hedwig Dances among others.
Andrea Miller has the dance world buzzing. Watch the video below and discover why.
Dec 14, 2009 - Dec 18, 2009; Mon - Fri
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
***Julie is also looking for strong, experienced male and female dancers for an upcoming performance with shows on January 28, 29, and 30. Rehearsals will begin immediately.***
Julie Bour is a Bessie Award winning performer who has worked with such choreographers as Angelin Preljocaj, Maguy Marin, Dominique Bagouet, Carolyn Carlson, Jennifer Muller, and Inbal Pinto. She currently teaches, choreographs, and assists Mr. Preljocaj in re-staging his ballets around the world.
For more information about Julie and her work, visit her website!
Helen performed with William Forsythe's Ballet Frankfurt for over a decade, becoming a principal in 1991. Currently, she teaches Forsythe-based improvisation throughout the United States and Europe and choreographs works for many of America's leading ballet companies, such as Boston Ballet, Washington Ballet, Louisville Ballet, and Aspen Santa Fe Ballet.
We also congratulate Helen on the outstanding reviews she received for her piece Tsukiyo which the Boston Ballet premiered in October.
Here's what the critics had to say:
"Pickett’s language is profound, fluid and intimate." -Keith Powers, Boston Herald
"The beautiful choreography was exquisitely performed and created a powerful piece that stayed with the audience long after the curtain closed." -Shannon Brown, The Simmons Voice
"Helen Pickett’s world premiere, 'Tsukiyo,' with music by Arvo Part, [is] one of the most distinctive works to now join the troupe’s repertory." -Iris Fanger, Patriot Ledger
Thanks again, Helen and congrats!
Monday, November 30, 2009
Week 1: Jan 11-15 10:00-11:30 Technique Only
Week 2: Jan 18-22 10:00-11:30 Technique / 11:30-1:00 Repertory
Week one of the workshop will be lead by the Company's Education Coordinator and Rehearsal Assistant, Leah Cox, who has been a member of the Bill T Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company since 2001.
Associate Artistic Director, Janet Wong, will teach technique and repertory during the second week of the workshop. Ms. Wong became rehearsal director of the company in 1996 and associate artistic director in August 2006.
"Class will explore the rigorous connection that exists between moving and thinking and the ways in which an intentional use of the mind while moving creates richer experiences, new and unexpected opportunities, and a deeper understanding of the body."
Registration is open now at peridance.com!
Are you interested in finding out more about the Bill T Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company? Watch this video clip of the Company's latest work and visit their website.
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Saturday, November 14, 2009
Dec 14, 2009 - Dec 18, 2009; Mon - Fri
Technique: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Solo Repertory: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
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Carla Maxwell joined the Limon Dance Company in 1965 and became it's Artistic Director in 1978. As Director, she received a 1995 Dance Magazine Award, a Bessie in 1998, and a 2002/2003 Isadora Duncan Award for her re-staging of José Limón’s Psalm.
Limon's Missa Brevis will be the focus of the repertory portion of the workshop; a piece that the Company will be performing in China this December.
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
December 28th - 30th
Mon, Wed 5:00-6:30
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Kobi most recently choreographed for Beyonce’s 2009 World Tour, participated in a special workshop with Britney Spears, and choreographed for “so you think you can dance”–Israel.
To learn more about Kobi and see videos of his work, visit his website!
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
November 9 & 10, Mon & Tues at 2:30pm
*Online Registration is CLOSED!! Interested, unregistered students may add their names to the Master Class' wait list. Entry into the master classes will be given on a first come, first served basis.
Naharin created Gaga over 20 years ago and it can be used to recognize the body's almost unlimited movement potential; to discover a sense of endless possibilities. Naharin has stated that Gaga is about becoming available:
"we discover our passion to move and connect it to effort, we discover both the animal in us and the power of our imagination. We learn to appreciate understatement and exaggeration, we discover the difference between joy and pleasure and use both to protect ourselves from injuring and hurting our body... We become more aware of people in the room and we realize that we are not in the center of it all. We never look at ourselves in a mirror, there are no mirrors."
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Choreographer Nejla Yatkin is teaching a week long workshop at the end of November which will also serve as an audition for dancers who wish to be considered for a February 2010 performance of her work, “Salome’s Daughters.”
Nov 30, 2009 - Dec 4, 2009; Mon - Fri
Tech & Rep: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Nejla claims to draw inspiration from three sources:
-The human body as instrument: “The movement of the human body lies at the core of our existence and it has done so since the birth of humanity, predating even speech as a means of expression.”
-The dances and dancers of the past: She is interested in “resurrecting and re-exploring dance at the roots.”
-Her own diverse heritage and surroundings: a child of Turkish and Egyptian decent, Nejla was born and raised in Germany and currently resides in the United States.
Want to know more about Nejla and her work? Watch the video below and visit her website.
Fall and Recover after Halloween with the Nina Watt Limon Workshop this November!
Nov 2-Nov 6; Monday-Friday
Bessie Award winning dancer, Nina Watt, conducts a workshop in Limon Technique and Repertory.
Repertory workshop participants will have the opportunity to learn Limon’s Missa Brevis. Additionally, selected students from the workshop will be invited to perform the work in a showing on Nov. 21st.
Missa Brevis was choreographed in 1958, set to the music of Hungarian composer, Zoltán Kodály, who wrote it during the conclusion of World War II. The music was “A Mass in time of war, it was completed under great hardship during the siege of Budapest. Limon’s stirring choreography depicts an indomitable humanity rising up after near destruction. The piece is a memento to cities destroyed during World War II and to those unconquerable qualities in human beings that compel the spirit to rise in hope and to survive.” (limon.org)
Don”t pass up this chance to learn an essential piece of modern dance history by one of America’s most prolific choreographers!
Saturday, October 17, 2009
Two of America’s most celebrated ballerinas, Gelsey Kirkland and Susan Jaffe, are coming to teach at the new space this fall. Both known for their illustrious careers with the American Ballet Theatre, Peridance is honored to have these two extraordinary artists as additions to our already world-renowned faculty.
Peridance is excited to also be welcoming ballet greats such as Brian Reeder of New York City Ballet, Kenny Larson of National Ballet of Canada, Greg Zane of the Hawaii Ballet Theater and Jeffrey Edwards of New York City Ballet.
Class Schedules Available Soon!!
Want to learn more??
"Straight from the Heart," Dance Magazine article and interview with Gelsey Kirkland, by Kate Lydon.
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Below is an excerpt, take a look!
See you again soon, Sidra!
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Kate Jewett and Sara Procopio, of Shen Wei Dance Arts.
Shen Wei Dance Arts "creates interdisciplinary, cross-cultural performance for forward-looking audiences. Each work by Artistic Director Shen Wei develops an original dance vocabulary incorporating visual and storytelling elements from the theater, Chinese opera, Eastern philosophy, traditional and contemporary visual art, and sculpture."
This holiday season, exercise your mind, explore new movement possibilities, surrender yourself, through improvisation, to your own unique artistic voice through the techniques of one of the world's most respected and commended choreographers.
Nov. 30-Dec. 11
Monday through Friday
Saturday, October 3, 2009
The article, written by Giannella Garret, is part of a five week series which focus' on Diego and his choreography for the revival of the 1961 musical, Subways are for Sleeping.
To see the article, click the links below:
Diego's moves caught Dance Spirit's attention; find out why and join Diego's classes in Urban Lyrical and Stretch on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Peridance.
Go to peridance.com to find out more information about Diego and his classes.
To find out more about the musical Subways are for Sleeping, click here!
Wednesday, September 30, 2009
Check out some of the photos from the weekend event.
See more photos and connect with Baila Society on FACEBOOK!
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
For quick and easy directions, click on this link
Stay tuned for more information about our exact moving date
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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Helen Pickett, who performed for over a decade with William Forsythe's Ballet Frankfurt, leads two unique master classes in which students will be given the opportunity to learn and gain an understanding of the basic foundations of Forsythe Technique and Improvisation Modalities.
All dimensions of your body will be challenged; a fun and invigorating workout for the mind and body!
Curious about Forsythe Technique and what it looks like? Watch this video!
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
**** ATTENTION DANCERS ****
Due to circumstances beyond our control Andrea Miller/Gallim Dance Residency has been postponed until further notice. Please keep following up with us about a new starting date which will be advertised on our website and Facebook soon. We apologize for the inconvenience!
Peridance is pleased to announce Andrea Miller's Gallim Dance as the first company in residence at the new 13th Street space!
3 Week Residency
Oct 26, 2009 - Nov 13, 2009; Mon - Fri
Andrea Miller will select 6 dancers to participate in the full residency which includes 3 weeks of daily technique and repertory classes and daily rehearsals with the company. The 6 chosen dancers will have the possibility of performing with the company on Nov 10 at Jazz at Lincoln Center and MUST be available October 26 - November 13 , Mon-Fri 11:30-3:30pm for ALL rehearsals related to the performance. *2 additional dancers will be chosen from class and will be considered for the full residency .
***AUDITION LOCATION HAS CHANGED***
The Company will hold an audition at City Center for the participants of the full choreographic residency on Sunday, October 18th from 6:00-9:00pm.
Click Here for directions.
$5 audition fee applies
Daily Company Classes: Mon-Fri 11:30-1:00 DROP-IN CLASSES ARE PERMITTED
Daily Company Rehearsals: Mon-Fri 1:00-3:30 ONLY FOR FULL RESIDENCY PARTICIPANTS
Pre-register for Company class now at PERIDANCE.COM.
Check out this video of Gallim Dance in Miller's Blush
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
What is Taichi?
In a stressful world, Taichi class can become the perfect haven. It's flowing movements and graceful postures are world renowned for their healing benefits, as well as, their self-defense effectiveness. Joseph's classes focus on Grand Master Cheng Man Ching's 37 Movement Yang Style Taichi Form, enhanced with core Qigong-internal energy practices, rooting, and self-defense skills. Taichi can be practiced by anyone, regardless of age or physical ability, and is known to improve flexibility, increase energy, stamina, and agility, relieve chronic pain, and reduce stress, anxiety, and depression.
What is Bagua?
Bagua is a dynamic internal martial art that teaches how to adapt to changing circumstances with less effort, and without losing one's center or energy. Its spiraling and fluid-like movements reconnects practitioners with a more natural rhythm and flow.
For more in depth information on Joseph and his philosophy and teaching, visit the Zeigua Internal Arts website.
Details about the new studio's schedule coming soon.
*PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS WORKSHOP HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL PERIDANCE MOVES TO ITS NEW 13TH STREET LOCATION*
NEW WORKSHOP DATES AND TIMES TO BE DETERMINED
Ronald K. Brown founded the New York-based contemporary dance ensemble EVIDENCE, A DANCE COMPANY in 1985. Through his company, Brown seeks to "promote understanding of the human experience in the African Diaspora through dance and storytelling and to provide sensory connections to history and tradition through music, movement, and spoken word, leading deeper into issues of spirituality, community responsibility and liberation."
Brown’s technique class draws on the Evidence vocabulary, which is a fusion of dance forms from the U.S., the Caribbean, and West Africa. The students will learn exercises that focus on alignment and increasing ones’ physical range. Rhythm and liberation of the spirit are also critical components to the class.
Visit the Evidence website for more information about Brown, his choreography, and company.
Brice just finished a great workshop at Peridance. It went so well that he has been invited to start his own classes here in our brand new space currently being renovated.
Check out this video of Brice's class from his last Peridance Workshop and visit Brice's website for more information.
Stay tuned for more information about class dates and times!
Saturday, September 12, 2009
Oct 12, 2009 - Nov 6, 2009; Mon - Fri
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Stephen Petronio Company is coming to Peridance to teach a 4 week Master Class Series.
The internationally acclaimed Stephen Petronio Company is celebrating its 25th Anniversary. To mark this milestone, the Company will be holding ongoing morning classes for the discerning dancer in New York City! Stephen and Company Members will present the first installment in a month-long Master Class Series at Peridance Center.
Petronio Technique is a uniquely sophisticated language of movement that has been developed with a varied and talented group of dancers. Classes are focused on developing a rigorous and intelligent movement practice. The phrase movement is derived from Company Repertory addressing Stephen’s unique focus in dynamic sequencing, poly-rhythmic initiations and a sense of fearlessness within a complex architectural form.
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
Betty Jones, former principal dancer with the José Limón Dance Company, will be teaching a Limón technique and repertory workshop in early October. Betty Jones danced with the Limón Dance Company from 1947 to 1970, creating leading roles in Missa Brevis, A Choreographic Offering, There is a Time, The Moor's Pavane and many other classics of modern dance.See The Moor's Pavane, a work created on Ms. Jones, featuring José Limón.
Saturday, August 29, 2009
If you haven't done so already, it's not too late to register your child for for the Fall session of the PeriChild Program 2009.
We have so many different styles of classes for dancers from toddlers to teens!
Register on the Peridance website or by calling 212-505-0886.
Wednesday, August 26, 2009
Monday through Friday, 10-11:30 AM
Nov. 16-20, 2009
Monday through Friday, 11:30 AM- 1 PM
(PLEASE NOTE DATES HAVE CHANGED.)
Amy Marshall’s choreography is known for its athleticism and dramatic dynamic. This workshop, based on Ms. Marshall’s style, is centered on the intricate use of the back, spatial expansion and awareness, and the juxtaposition between powerful and fluid movements. Particular focus will be spent on dancers muscular awareness and discussing realignment to prevent common repetitive stress injuries.
"Igniting people’s excitement for dance is my passion. To leave the viewer with a lasting impact my choreography uses a combination of athleticism and a lyrical intricacy of movement. Mixing contemporary themes with classical structure I fuse these elements into an enduring emotional experience. That which lasts beyond the performance itself is the essence of my work."
Monday - Friday: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
(PLEASE NOTE DATES HAVE CHANGED.)
An Irish step dancer as a young boy from Boston, Massachusetts Séan Curran was a lead dancer with the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company and an original member of the off-Broadway hit Stomp.
A riveting performer, Mr. Curran explores aspects of movement that use gravitational pulls to expand dynamic ranges and awaken spatial relations between inner and outer focus.
Saturday, August 22, 2009
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Join Brice in his provocative style, a fusion of European and American contemporary. Exploring new energies and movements, Brice encourages the students to explore new ways to move and to find into the movement organic and emotional intentions. You will go through a warm up introducing the release work, floor work, stability and connection with it, opposition of energies, extension of the movement. Then you will dance! Brice will teach you a new contemporary dance routine step by step.
For more details about the Brice Mousset Company, see his website. http://www.bricemousset.com/
Aug 31, 2009 - Sep 4, 2009; Mon - Fri
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
In this workshop, you will be introduced to the basics of jazz dance. Starting from scratch, you will learn (or brush -up on) the fundamentals you need to move on to higher levels of class and performance. We will break down the jazz basics for the first time (or returning) dancer . Working through a traditional warm up routine, we will concentrate on plies, tendus, footwork, proper stretching and strengthening techniques and an in-depth explanation about how turns and leaps "work". Everything will be explained and questions are strongly encouraged! Across the floor (traveling steps) and center combination work will be broken down in detail and used in a short, fun, multi-level choreographed piece to be performed at the end of our two weeks! Even if you have never danced before, are a dancer looking to return to your training, or just want to brush upon your basics and techniques- this is the workshop for you !!
Monday through Friday: 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Saturdays: 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Sidra Bell has crafted a unique approach to unlocking the creative potential in each dancer. In a workshop that explores an articulate body through effort, risk, impulse, breath, gesture, weight, touch, space, direction and line, artists of various backgrounds and experience can discover their individual voice and physical potential. Throughout the workshop phrase work from the repertory of Sidra Bell Dance New York will be introduced. The phrase work challenges the dancers to investigate an extreme sense of physicality and specificity. They are asked to use their imagination and intellect to find a greater sense of freedom within the movement.
There will be a special showing at the end of the class on Saturday, performed by the workshop participants.Click here to see a preview of Sidra Bell Dance New York.
Technique: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Repertory: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Students will learn excerpts of Set and Reset from long term company member Vicky Shick. Class begins with a warm-up emphasizing the coordination of alignment, breath, and weight to bring space, direction, and flow of energy through the joints. Students will learn phrases that Trisha developed with subconscious movements and gestures created before the mind is engaged, which she calls "delicate aberrations."
The Trisha Brown Dance Company has presented the work of its legendary artistic director for more than 35 years. Founded in 1970 when Trisha Brown branched out from the experimental Judson Dance Theater to work with her own group of dancers, TBDC offered its first performances at alternative sites in Manhattan’s SoHo. Today, the Company is regularly seen in the landmark opera houses of New York, Paris, London, and many other theaters around the world. The repertory has grown from solos and small group pieces to include major evening-length works and collaborations between Ms. Brown and major visual artists.
Saturday, August 8, 2009
Aug 17, 2009 - Aug 21, 2009; Mon - Fri
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Drop-in classes are not permitted.
This class is open for both men and women.
REPERTORY & CREATIVE CLASSES
with Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures:
the United Kingdom’s premier contemporary dance theater company.
New Adventures repertory includes some of the most successful dance productions in decades. As well as being an international touring company, it is the resident company at Sadler’s Wells and employs over seventy dancers each season in its various productions.
Classes will explore character work through material from the following company productions, SWAN LAKE, DORIAN GRAY, EDWARD SCISSORHANDS, HIGHLAND FLING, and THE CAR MAN.
Wednesday, August 5, 2009
Class Description: Jazz
Diego Funes’ class starts with a warm-up designed to reinforce body alignment, balance, strength, stretching and technique. Following the warm-up is a series of across the floor exercises consisting of turns and jumps in combination. Finally, original choreography is taught in which musicality and expression are emphasized along with good technique. Diego's style is formed through a combination of different techniques of ballet, jazz, and contemporary dance. He calls his musical theatre work “Contemporary Theatre” and his lyrical work “Urban Lyrical". Diego believes in a holistic, individualized approach to teaching. Each student is evaluated individually and held to his or her own standard regardless of body type. A student can have all the potential in the world but without the eagerness to learn and expand, the potential never reaches the kinetic. As a teacher, Diego motivates each student to become the best dancer possible.
This active and deep stretch class is excellent for gaining flexibility and body alignment. Throughout a series of interacting exercises students will focus on lengthening the hip flexers, spine, and hamstrings so as to develop healthy body awareness. This class also focuses on the importance of breathing, relaxation and the relation between mind & body.
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Class focuses on the foundations in the dance styles of House, Hip-hop, and Popping. This class also focuses on the foundations in other styles of dance that are connected to the lineage/influence of these three very popular dance styles. This class will focus the basic techniques, isolations, and rhythm patterns of these dance styles. Leaving the student with tools to work on for years to come within their individual freestyle (improvisation) as well as the ability to understand and to express the artform of these three styles in a possible routine or choreography. Sign up for 1 day or the full week.
Wednesday, July 29, 2009
This years annual performance was a huge success! Each spring semester culminates with an Annual PeriChild Performance featuring PeriChild students involved in Pre-Ballet and up, ages 4 to their late teens. This is an excellent way for the dancers and classes to showcase what they've learned throughout the year. This year's Annual PeriChild Concert was on June 6th & 7th and held at the Marien Anderson Theater at Aaron Davis Hall, attended by over 700 parents and family members. The concert included Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Tap and Hip-Hop and was rich with creativity, energy, a variety of styles and techniques and a whole lot of excitement!
Below is a slide show of pictures from this year's concert - all photos were taken by professional photographer Melissa Birnbaum / Meems Images.
The PeriChild Summer program is currently in progress. The upcoming Fall Session is beginning September 14, 2009. See the website for more details!
Give your child the best gift, the gift of dance!
Saturday, July 25, 2009
Monday - Friday, August 10 - 14,
11am - 1pm, Register Now!
In this New York Sun review, Joy Goodwin explains why New-York based Battleworks is one of the hottest companies in modern dance today.
Mr. Battle's four-year-old company, Battleworks,consists of a group of high caliber dancers who also dance for other people. Their training and bodies are reminiscent of any number of good modern companies, but their sizzle is all their own. They have a flair for drama without being phony, and they have the fearlessness of actors; if Mr. Battle asks them to mime cannibalism or hurl their bodies at the floor, they don't even blink... continue reading.
Friday, July 24, 2009
Thursday, July 23, 2009
Aug 3, 2009 - Aug 7, 2009; Mon - Fri
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
AMANDA WELLS was born in San Francisco where she began her formal dance training at the San Francisco Ballet School. Her training and performance experience continued with the Boston Ballet and Richmond Ballet Company. In 1998, Amanda relocated to New York to attend NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Graduating in 2001 with a love of modern dance, she entered into the Stephen Petronio Company and has since toured and taught extensively throughout US, Europe, Asia and Australia.
This class is geared toward working, expanding and refining each dancer's technique and unique approach to dance. Combinations will include elements of ballet, yoga and Klein. There will be a strong emphasis placed on proper alignment, stability and efficiency. Phrase work will be taught at the end of each class focusing in the articulation of feet and legs, sequencing of the spine, gestural movement of the arms and some floor work. Set to contemporary music.
Jul 27, 2009 - Jul 31, 2009; Mon - Fri
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Keigwin & Company lives to create provocative, witty and engaging dances. Utilizing a collaborative process, K+C combines physicality with theatricality, samples a variety of mediums and, ultimately, fuses art with entertainment.
In addition to Larry's choreographic work with K+C, his recent commissions have included The New York City Ballet's Choreographic Institute, The Martha Graham Dance Company, The Juilliard Dance Ensemble, The NYU/Tisch School's Second Avenue Dance Company, Paradigm, Hofstra University and California Institute of the Arts.
His other choreographic credits include work with the pop band Fischerspooner, comedian Murray Hill and as an Associate Choreographer for both the The Radio City Rockettes and the Off-Broadway musical "The Wild Party". As a dancer Larry has danced at the Metropolitan Opera in Doug Varone's "Le Sacre Du Printemps" and Julie Taymor's "The Magic Flute" in addition to his work with Mark Dendy (receiving a Bessie Award in 1998 for his performance in "Dream Analysis"), Robin Becker, Jane Comfort, John Jasperse, Doug Elkins, Zvi Gotheiner, and David Rousseve.
In his spare time, Larry has created "Keigwin Kabaret," a fusion of modern dance, vaudeville, and burlesque acts presented by the Public Theater at Joe's Pub and by Symphony Space. For more information, please visit the Keigwin + Company website.
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
Jul 27, 2009 - Jul 31, 2009; Mon - Fri
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Using the traditional and contemporary techniques, the class will concentrate on introducing highly physical and athletic movement.
We asked the teachers, students, and parents for feedback on their experience with Peridance Center. The response was a positive testimonial to our affirmative position in both the local and international dance community. Take a look.
Longtime teacher, Graciela Kozak, shares her thoughts on the school.
"Many, many times I have witnessed the start of careers from within our student body and have seen dancers, teachers and choreographers alike emerge. It is thanks to our studios and unique environment that these artists were able to enjoy the freedom to develop their talents..." -continue reading.
Monday, July 13, 2009
Friday, July 10, 2009
Expires August 31st
Fridays, 7p - 9p Performance and Spinning technique All levels
This class is offered for both men and women. Training exercises used in every class will utilize fundamental dance techniques from ballet, jazz, ballroom, hip hop and salsa in order to present a clear and effective process for achieving total body control. The class covers variations in head, arm, and body movement that can be used to enhance simple salsa footwork. Isolation exercises and training routines will be drawn from other dance disciplines to encourage flexibility, body control, and rhythm.
Saturdays, 3:30p - 5:30p New York Salsa for Beginners
This course is an introduction to "New York" style salsa for both members and non-members of BAILA Society (no partner required). Students will learn the fundamental footwork and partnerwork figures of salsa social dancing. Students will progressively build on these basics to form figure combinations that can be improvised on the dance floor.
Wednesday, July 8, 2009
New Students, after taking their first class at Peridance Center, receive a free class when they purchase a 10 class card, and 2 free classes when they purchase a 20 class card.
*Offer valid for a month only, from the day of registration.
Can you tell us what is the Dance Library of Israel? What was celebrated and who attended?
Monday through Friday: 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Saturday, August 29: 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Austin McCormick's Company XIV is coming to Peridance Center to teach a unique workshop for women only.
Austin McCormick continues his exploration of the female archetypes present in the poetry of Charles Bukowski in this experimental dance/theatre workshop.
Open to Advanced and Professional female dancer/actors. Students will begin with a rigorous warm up taught by Laura Careless consisting of yoga and borrowing from acting techniques (Lucid Body, Stanislavski etc.) Teaching of Company XIV repertory as well as development of new choreography will follow with emphasis on personal interpretation and in depth coaching.
Subject matter is not for the light of heart and will deal with femininity, objectification, sexuality, and relationships. Performers will be asked to work on characters outside of their usual “type”. Material developed in the workshop may be included in McCormick’s BETTING ON THE MUSE an ongoing performance project in New York. Please bring character shoes/heels and journal.
See the company's website www.companyxiv.com
Company XIV's The Judgement of Paris review from Broadway World.com
PILOBOLUS AT PERIDANCE CENTER AND AT THE JOYCE THEATER!!
Sign up for Pilobolus workshop at Peridance by July 12 and get a FREE DRINK when you come see Pilobolus at The Joyce Theater! Show proof of class registration when you buy your tickets at The Joyce Theater Box Office to receive your free drink.
Monday - Friday, August 3 - 7, 3:30pm - 5:30pm at Peridance
Pre-registration is highly recommended.
Call 212-505-0886 or register at www.peridance.com
Pilobolus is at the Joyce Theater from July 13- Aug 8
more details about the performance here, www.joyce.org
Register for three complete workshops at Peridance and
receive 5% discount!
Photo by: John Kane
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
A New York based dancer/choreographer Mr. Trice has trained at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Center and with Aulani Chun in San Diego. Having danced with Momix, Donald Byrd, Complexions and Kevin Jeff, this former Navy crewman combines a stunning athleticism and power with musicality and emotional vulnerability that is thrilling. He is a master phrasemaker and brings astounding speed and intensity to his multi-faceted movement combinations. He is a positive role model for all youth and will draw on his richly layered experience to blend text and composition with music and technique.