California Summer Workshop 2017
DANCE AS A CREATIVE ACT
June 11-24, 2017
California State University, Fullerton, CA
“Focus on harnessing the creativity necessary to thrive in today’s contemporary dance world”.
Images by Christopher Duggan and Kirsti Licera
Two-week summer intensive led by the Artistic Director of the Limón Dance Company, Colin Connor, and Master Teachers: the acclaimed dancer and director, Debra Noble, and Limón Company dancers Dante Puleio & Bradley Beakes.
Combining technical rigor and personal exploration, the Limón California Summer Workshop offers intensive training in Limón Technique and Repertory, New Repertory, Principles of Performance, Partnering, Breath and Movement, and other special events.
Classes run Monday to Saturday, with a culminating performance. Students should be at the Advanced or Intermediate level.
Sample Daily Schedule:
9:30 – 11:00 Limón Technique
11:15 – 1:00 Limón Repertory, and New Repertory
1:00 – 2:00 Lunch
2:00 – 3:15 Breath and Movement Warm–up
3:30 – 5:00 Principles of Performance, and Partnering
Full Program Tuition $795 plus registration fee
Part Time tuition $460 plus registration fee
Sunday June 11 – Registration, Placement Class and Housing check-in
Monday June 12 to Saturday 17 – Week One
Monday June 19 to Saturday 24 – Week Two
Saturday June 24 – Workshop performance and Housing check-out
13 nights Accommodation $330. No meal plan offered. See FAQ’s for details.
*All workshop and registration details and fees are subject to change
By midnight (EST) March 31st, 2017 (10% discount deadline): ……….
Full Tuition: $715.50 ($795 less 10% ) + $30 registration fee = $745.50
Part-time tuition: $414 ($460 less 10%) + $30 registration fee = $444
Register From April 1st, 2017: ……….
Full Tuition: $795 + $30 registration fee = $825
Part-time tuition: $460 + $30 registration fee = $490
Full-time students only: $330 (13 nights)
Check-in Sunday June 11, 12pm, prior to Workshop registration at 3pm.
By Credit Card – MasterCard/Visa/Amex. Payment is made at the time of online application.
By Check (USA only) – When registering, select Pay By Check, to be able to complete the registration itself.
Send and make checks payable to José Limón Dance Foundation: José Limón Dance Foundation, 466 West 152nd Street, New York, NY 10031. Please include the Registration ID number. You can also pay by eCheck through PayPal. In order to do so, you would need to set up a PayPal account through their website and select the PayPal payment option when asked on the online application.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
13 nights accommodation for full-time students only.
Arrival Sunday June 11th. Check in from 12pm. Check out Saturday June 24th, 4pm. No extra nights available.
Day Sample Schedule:
9:30 – 11:00 Intermediate Limón Technique /Advanced Limón Technique
11:15 – 1:00 Limón Repertory and New Repertory
2:00 – 3:15 Breath and Movement
3:30 – 5:00 Principles of Performance/Partnering
The schedule runs Monday through Saturday with an informal showing on Saturday afternoon, June 24th. This showing is free and open to friends and family of the workshop attendees.
After the Sunday placement audition, students will be recommended to take either the Intermediate or the Advanced Technique levels. All full-time students participate in each course and receive instruction from all three master teachers. The course descriptions are as follows:
Limón Technique provides rigorous training and features the use of breath, weight, opposition, isolation, succession, musicality and expressive gesture.
Excerpts from major Limón works will be taught, with several groups scheduled at the same time. Repertory excerpts range from full group sections to solo material.
New Repertory created during the workshop utilizes the specific strengths of the students, and will be presented in a final informal showing.
Breath and Movement –
The purpose of the course is to help dancers to achieve a clear sense of creating movement from their own being as they use their dance technique. From energizing and sensing our breath, to building power and articulation from the inside out, class work develops to full and challenging dancing.
Principles of Performance-
This course centers on honing performance skills and discovering how experiences can be kinetically understood. Students should bring a notebook. Material from this course may be presented in a final informal showing.
To work with almost any choreographer, dancers need to demonstrate the ability to support, respond and communicate with fellow performers. This course gives dancers experience and guidance in duet work and partnering. Material from this course may be presented in a final informal showing.
For directions to the CSU, Fullerton Campus you can go to the web page www.fullerton.edu and click on Map and Directions. There is a campus map and then you can type in where you are driving from and you will be given directions to the campus. There are Super Shuttles from the various Airports. The Orange County “John Wayne” Airport is very close.
Parking is available on CSU, Fullerton campus and parking permits can be purchased from CSU. Permits are also available from Hope International University campus (housing). Further information will be available after registration.
All registrations are made online. Visit the Limón website: http://limon.org/californiasummerworkshop/ to complete the online application form.
For further information you can email: email@example.com (or call: 212 777-3353 x16)
There is a small scholarship fund available, which, if awarded, will reduce your tuition fee only. When registering, please select the Scholarship check box. You will also find details there about the process. Audition is by DVD or video link only. Please only make a partial tuition payment until you receive a decision.
Deadline for scholarship applications is March 30th. Successful applicants will be notified by April 10th.
For applicants offered a scholarship by a dance teacher, enter the discount code or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are unsure.