Careful private work on shape and function of the body, part by part. Breaking down the language of the movement so you know what you are doing when and how to carefully develop the parts that are weakest by separating them from the mix of all the movement and then studying them minutely until the physical process makes sense to your mind and body.
(For the summer I will be in New York City and happy to take on students until early August. After that I will only be available to east coast students via Skype or intermittent) I graduated from Juilliard in dance and pursued modern dance and all sorts of theatre including musicals and music theatre and performing arts. I have taught children and grown ups for many years. I have a strong performing career and love the way teaching keeps me in a giving and learning place. *** Lesson Details *** With beginning students I am very laid back and patient and believe strongly that in the play of games and experiments technique will develop and manifest. As the student becomes more advanced I become more demanding as do the materials. As an acting teacher I have an advanced capacity to ...
students can either choose from the russian or italian style of ballet and will learn basic positions and placements of the body, demi barre, adagio, petit allegro, waltz, grand jete, and reverence. students will also learn terminology and work on flexibility, strength, and muscle control.
A native of New York City, my studies in dance include Jazz , Hip Hop, ballet, modern dance, and movement for theater. I have studied dance since the age of 10 at various schools and studios including Choir Academy of Harlem, The College of Staten Island as well as Barry University, and frequents Dance New Amsterdam (DNA studios) and Broadway Dance Center. I currently dance professionally with a Mixed Bag and Co. in NYC and have directed and choreographed award winning dance concerts for Art In Motion Productions in Miami. I have been teaching dance as a choreographer for over 3 years. The focus is on precision and performance. I specialize in technique and pedagogy for all levels of dance as well as movement, staging, and stage presence for dance theater performances. I embrace ...
Hi, and welcome to my profile! I am a Manhattan based, freelance classical violinist and aerialist with a passion for teaching. A west coast transplant, I received my bachelor's degree in Violin Performance from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, where I was a student of Axel Strauss. Two years ago I moved out to New York to pursue my master's of music as a student of Hiroko Yajima at Mannes College, which I completed in 2011. I have over 20 years of ballet and dance training, and have performed professionally with Ballet Idaho and Santa Clara Ballet. Here in NY, I am an active performer and teacher of aerial skills and flexibility training. I have trained in contortion with Jonathan Nosan and Isaac Pena. In my spare time, I like to read, write, and practice aerial arts!
I have 10+ years of extensive ballet training that I am able to apply in teaching the technique to others.
Michelle R. (Miami, FL) began her dance training at The Dancexchange under the direction of Linda Rogers Albritton. She then attended New World School of the Arts under the direction of Dean Daniel Lewis, where she studied with Peter London, Tina Santos, Gerald Ebitz, Rebecca Cannon, Bambi Anderson, Arnold Quintaine, and Lara Murphy. Mrs. R. has also received scholarships to summer intensives at the Dance Theatre of Harlem, The Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance, and Bates Dance Festival. She has performed works by choreographers including Larry Keigwin, Martha Graham, Gerri Houlihan, and Jawole Willa Jo Zollar. In the spring of 2013 she graduated from the Florida State University with a B.F.A. in Dance (with honors) and a minor in business. She is currently in New York pursuing ...
Have taught children and adult beginner levels all the way to advanced pointe/ballet lessons to ages 10-18.
My name is Bridget C. and I am a professional modern/contemporary dancer in New York City. I have been teaching since 2008, starting with ages 3-18 at my hometown dance studio in Liverpool, NY. I absolutely love getting to teach while I'm not busy performing, and like to combine my passion for choreography and improvisation into my lesson plans. I taught non-dance major classes (in modern and ballet) at University of Massachusetts in Amherst while I was receiving my Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance. I am also a part-time nanny and love to work with children of all ages. I have experience with mentally and visually challenged dance classes and hope to incorporate more of this work into my life. Please contact TakeLessons for dance lessons of many genres including ballet, modern, jazz, tap, ...
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