NYU Teachers Workshop 2017
‘Teaching Contemporary Limón’ workshop
with partner NYU Steinhardt
July 24 – August 4, 2017
‘Teaching Contemporary Limon’ Workshop for Teachers:
This 2-week workshop will explore how the Humphrey/Limón principles can inform and enrich dance training today. The program will include daily technique classes, an exploration of the underlying principles, phrases from repertory (contemporary and classic) and the use of rhythm and music in Limón classes. Participants have opportunities to present class materials and contemporary dance phrases.
Please read below the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’S) before registering.
Registration is with NYU Steinhardt. By clicking the link below you will be redirected to the NYU website:
Monday July 24th to Friday August 4th. Schedule will run Monday to Friday both weeks.
Registration is at 10:30am on Monday July 24th. Each day starts at 10:30am with a two-hour technique class, followed by a one-hour practical session. After a lunch break, there will be two afternoon sessions, ending at 5:00pm.
10:30 – 12:30 Technique class
12:30 – 1:30 Principles sessions
1:30 – 2:30 Lunch and Journal break
2:30 – 5:00 afternoon workshops
Participants will be asked to observe several evening classes at Peridance (6:00 – 7:30pm) class schedule is available at http://www.peridance.com (details given at registration). Be prepared to keep a notebook and specific suggestions will also be given about how to observe.
Observing class/workshop sessions is only permitted if you are fully registered for the workshop. However, you are expected to participate in all movement and pedagogical sessions unless you have an injury or mobility issues.
This workshop is open to experienced dance teachers and Limón-trained dancers. Participants will have opportunities to teach class work and phrase material. You should bring note book, but you will not be asked to do any writing that you would turn in to us; if you currently teach with recorded music you might bring some favorite examples to share.
No financial assistance available from NYU or the Limón Foundation.
Full program tuition: $950 plus $55 application fee.
Department of Education NYC Educators tuition fee: $700 plus $55 registration fee.
No early registration discount or scholarships are available for this workshop.
All payments are payable directly to NYU.
International students may be required to obtain a student visa and incur additional costs. Please contact email@example.com before applying.
International students may be required to obtain a student visa at an extra cost, plus incur additional costs during the application process. It is important to contact firstname.lastname@example.org before applying to discuss your registration.
Once you complete the online application via the NYU website, you will be contacted with payment options.
Any refunds will only be considered by written cancellation and are in line with the NYU cancellation policy: Accepted students can receive a full refund up to the first day of class.
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