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PAST class

[Virtual] Trisha Brown Dance Company Class

Eva Karczag

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10:30am – 12:00pm
Wednesdays, March 24, 2021
$10
  • There is to be no recording of any kind of class.
  • The capacity for this class is limited.
  • Please review our Best Practices guide before joining class.

In the wake of COVID-19, Movement Research partners with the Trisha Brown Dance Company to host a $10 online weekly Company Class through Zoom taught by a rotating cast of current and former company members. Click on REGISTER, pay for class, and you'll receive a link to join the session.

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Before joining class, review Online Class Best Practices.

About class:

A choreographer as prolific and inventive as Trisha Brown leaves us not only a remarkable body of movement invention but also a rich legacy of compositional ideas that we can explore and use as reference. We can model, diverge from, jump off of them, and make our own versions in infinite ways. Our investigations can lead us to new discoveries and insights and will invariably expand our own movement and compositional range.

In these 3 drop in classes, we will investigate Trisha Brown’s seminal piece, Locus. Working in an imaginary cube, we will consider the internal space of our bodies in relation to the space around us and observe the way intention gives direction and clarity to our moving. We will inhabit our weight, be with our breathing, and release into momentum to find ease and flow in our dancing. Any of the 3 classes can be taken alone, but information will build from one class to the next.

Participants are asked to bring a roll of masking tape with them to these classes.

There is to be no recording of any kind of class.

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Eva Karczag

Independent dance artist. For the past four decades has practiced, taught, and advocated for explorative methods of dance making. She danced with the Trisha Brown Dance Company from 1979–85. Currently performs solo and collaborative work, and te...
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