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Contemporary, Jazz And Choreographic Tools: Open Classes

  • New Delhi, India
  • 16/05/2017
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Date: Tue, 16th May 2017 
Time: 2PM
Hosted By: Aparajita Burjwal
Venue: Redanse studios,2nd Floor, 373, Sector 45, Gurgaon, Gurgaon, Haryana 122003

CONTEMPORARY & JAZZ:

In these classes, we shall be exploring the fluidity of contemporary that allows for natural body movements and an exploration of self, along with jazz which has very distinct movements and lays emphasis on the feet and body.

Anjali Raghav is a trained dancer with over 8 years of professional experience in jazz and contemporary. She started her training with Danza Performing Arts and went onto take workshops under Terence Lewis.

Drop in rate for one class: Rs. 499
Rate for two classes: Rs. 699

CHOREOGRAPHIC TOOLS & RELEASE WORK: 

In these classes, we shall be exploring some of the choreographic
tools that can be used to create a choreography, i.e, levels, 
repetition, reverse, intensity, tempo, direction, and imagery. We shall
also be exploring the release technique - which is a training method
for contemporary dancers. It uses breath, alignment, imagery, focus on the core to strengthen a dancer. 

Aparajita Burjwal started her training 7 years ago with The Danceworx in Delhi. She trained there for 3.5 years before joining an upcoming dance company, where she danced and worked for 2 years. In 2015, she branched out as an independent artist to explore herself more as a choreographer. During this phase, she traveled extensively to gain experience to countries like Italy, Belgium, Germany, Netherlands and Singapore where she took classes with company members from Batsheva, L-E-V and Hofesh Shecter. In 2016, she discovered her passion for choreography and has been building her repertoire ever since.

Drop in rate: Rs. 200

Join us at :redanse studios to be a part of the learning process.
To register, drop an email at contact@redanse.in or call/text
at 9873026059.

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