Fall 2017 adult beginner contemporary dance class with amelia ehrhardt - level two
LEVEL ONE- SOLD OUT!!!
New this year is a Level 2 class. This class is aimed at individuals who have a dance or movement background or have taken Amelia's class before. Level 2 classes will involve the same principles and techniques but with more complex choreographic structures, more challenging technical elements, and less time spent introducing basic movement phrases. Please note that having taken some adult recreational class does not necessarily mean the Level 2 class will be the best fit, as the material and techniques being taught are quite specific and can sometimes be especially challenging for individuals who already have particular training.
If you are not sure whether Level TWO is the best fit, please contact Amelia here
SIX WEEKS ON MONDAYS STARTING ON OCTOBER 16 (NO CLASS ON NOVEMBER 13)
6:30 TO 8 PM | DOORS OPEN AT 6:00 PM
DANCEMAKERS CENTRE FOR CREATION, THEATRE STUDIO 313, TORONTO`S DISTILLERY HISTORIC DISTRICT
NEW THIS YEAR: PAY-WHAT YOU CAN BETWEEN $80 AND $120 | SORRY, NO DROP-INS
PLEASE CHECK THAT YOU ARE PAYING FOR THE LEVEL CLASS OF YOUR CHOICE
ABOUT AMELIA EHRHARDT
Amelia joined Dancemakers as Curator in September of 2015. She is the founder of the multidisciplinary performance series Flowchart and was the Curating Producer of the inaugural Dance Series at SummerWorks Performance Festival. Amelia's work interrogates the specificities and parameters of contemporary dance. She has developed her work in residence at HATCH/Harbourfront Centre, Toronto Dance Theatre, and Studio 303 (Montréal), and has been commissioned by the Nomadic Curatorial Collective. Amelia has performed in works by Carol Anderson, Susie Burpee, Julia Sasso, Menaka Thakkar, and multimedia artist Zeesy Powers. In 2014 she reanimated Suzy Lake's Choreographed Puppet at the Art Gallery of Ontario's First Thursdays event. Amelia is a graduate of the professional program at George Brown Dance (2008) and holds an honours BA in Dance Studies from York University (2012). In 2013, Amelia attended Impulstanz Vienna International Dance Festival through the support of the Canada Council for the Arts