Jurg Peter Koch Faber
Intermediate-level technique. Expansion of movement vocabulary. Prerequisite: DANCE 305.
This a joint course between Modern IV and III. Please understand which class you are registered for as there are different expectations depending on the level of the class you take. Both classes build on your existing training.
At the intermediate level you are expected to be familiar with studio practice, and eager to analyze and integrated new material with peers and by asking the instructor informed questions. You apply general and individual feedback.
I teach a non-codified contemporary dance class informed by Graham, Cunningham, Release based work and Integrated Dance. The class is structured progressively, providing a balance between repetition, developing existing material and introducing new phrases.
The first week of classes is used to place students in the appropriate level. Expect to be in one level for at least a year. It takes time and regular practice to understand, hone skills and truly improve. We will hold a collective midterm class meeting to give feedback and answer questions.
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