JUNE 26-30, 2017 // Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center
A regenerative artistic experience offering educative tools for teachers and dancers interested in incorporating Limon principles into their work.
Join us for a one-week intensive featuring internationally renowned Jose Limon Master Teachers Nina Watt & Alice Condodina. Students will experience Limon technique, repertory, and pedagogy with two of the foremost experts of the Limon craft.
Licensure points available. College credit available through the University of Utah.
Limon Technique is not a codified training, but is based on principles from Doris Humphrey and Jose Limon. Teachers use sequences and progressions passed down through the generations, and they also work creatively with the principles, in search of training methods that help in both technical and stylistic foundations. The expectation for a Limón teacher is that the pedagogical approach, while faithful to the physical and philosophical principles, is individual, alive and evolving.
Because of this, Limon teachers in particular can profit from mutual exchange. In addition, as understanding of fundamental aspects of the technique, such as the fall/rebound/suspend dynamic patterning, is necessarily experiential, working in a classroom setting with feedback from experts is a crucial element. It is regenerative for experienced teachers, and a vital educative tool for young Limon teachers or teachers interested in including aspects of Limon principles in their work.
|Registration by April 30||$350|
|Registration by May 31||$375|
|Registration after May 31||$400|