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Advanced Contemporary Dance Intensive 2019-04-02T16:44:11-07:00

2019 Coriolis Professional Immersion for Advanced Dancers

Postballet Technique, Repertory, Conditioning

This unique professional immersion program offers advanced dance students the opportunity to experience the life of a professional dancer for one week with the cutting-edge Coriolis Dance, by taking Postballet technique class with the company’s co-artistic directors, learning Coriolis repertory with professional company members, and sampling multiple different somatic and conditioning techniques to support the unique movement style in which the dancers train. The professional immersion program is open to dancers at an advanced level of training, and acceptance is conditional upon audition or personal recommendation by a teacher. Contact info@dancefremont.com for more information regarding auditions and/or recommendations.

Daily Schedule:

  • 2 hrs Postballet technique class
  • 2 hrs Coriolis performance repertory
  • 1 hr varied conditioning & somatics practices (Gyrotonic, Yoga, Pilates, etc.)

Postballet Technique, originated by Co-founders/Co-artistic Directors Christin Call and Natascha Greenwalt, combines contemporary practices with a ballet class structure to explore sensation and imagery in the body. Along with barre and center work, Postballet class incorporates spinal/pelvis articulation, moving in and out of classical lines, and pushing the extremes of rhythmic dynamics.

Coriolis Dance is the creative nexus by which Co-artistic Directors/Co-founders Natascha Greenwalt and Christin Call create new, post-disciplinary dance works at the intersection of all art forms . They work together to create stories of strength and resilience through vulnerability. Their works are complex, emotionally raw, and highly stylized experiences designed to immerse audiences in meaningful and challenging ways. The Co-Directors have commissioned and created works for seven fully self-produced shows that curate a larger vision of the capabilities of ballet as an artistic medium with inherent technical rigor. In the 35+ works in its repertoire, Coriolis uses ballet technique as a self-aware vocabulary that, through manipulation and molding, is contextualized with contemporary issues.

Prerequisites:

Minimum of six years of current ballet training or attainment of an advanced level of ballet technique.

Dates:

  • August 12-16 12:15 p.m. – 5:45 p.m.

Tuition:

  • Early Bird discount for tuition paid in full by April 30, 2019: $517.50
  • $575. Students registered for more than one camp or class receive a 5% tuition discount. There is a $20 registration fee per family.

Tuition Payment & Policies

There is a $20 registration fee per family. To reserve a place in the summer program 50% of the tuition of the workshop is due by June 10, 2019. The remaining tuition is due on the first day of the workshop. Registrations will be accepted after June 10 on a space-available basis only, with full tuition due with registration. Click here for our full Tuition & Payment Policies

Attire

  • Ladies may wear any solid color leotard, pink convertible tights and ballet slippers.
  • Gentlemen may wear black tights, dance belt, white fitted t-shirt and white stockings with white ballet slippers for ballet.
  • Long hair must be pulled back into a bun, short hair that falls into the face must be secured out of the face.

Room & Board

Home stays with Dance Fremont families are available for a limited amount of out-of- town students. Cost for room, board and transportation to and from Dance Fremont is $350 for one week. Subject to availability.