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Contemporary Technique with Colette Krogol/Orange Grove Dance
October 13 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Join The Collective for drop-in Sunday morning dance classes in Contemporary Modern Technique with guest artist Colette Krogol from Orange Grove Dance. Class is open to the general public.
Classes are held on Sunday morning from 10:00am-11:30am at the Bryn Mawr School in the main dance studio.
Class is most appropriate for adult movers and/or pre-professional dance students. You do not need to attend the entire class series. Feel free to drop in as you please!
This class is FREE thanks to a Free Fall Baltimore 2019 Grant. There is no fee to attend. Free Fall Baltimore is presented by BGE, and is a program of the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, an independent 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
About the class:
CONTEMPORARY MODERN TECHNIQUE – Using principles of weight, momentum, and energetic connection into space, we will explore movement that is virtuosic and complex. Influences of classical technique are fused with contemporary and improvisational movement practices while we explore floorwork, inversions, weight shifting, and partnering. This class will dynamically move between solo explorations and set energetic phrase work. Participants are encouraged to investigate their own decision making process in interpreting, executing, and ultimately transforming the movement material.
About the teacher:
Colette Krogol is a Cuban-American artist originally from Miami, Florida. She is a dancer, choreographer, filmmaker, teacher, and yoga practitioner. She holds a Master in Fine Arts in Dance from the University of Maryland and a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Dance from the University of Florida. Colette is the Artistic Director with her husband, Matt Reeves, of Orange Grove Dance, a multi-media dance company who creates visually athletic experiences through the lens of dance, film, and design. She has taught master classes and workshops throughout the US and Europe and has been an Artist in Residence in Alaska, Finland, Iceland, Israel, Italy and Spain. Her work has been produced and presented extensively nationally and internationally with her most recent work being performed and exhibited in Washington DC, Spain, Italy, Scotland, The Netherlands, and Germany. Colette has had the pleasure of working with Mark Dendy, Neta Pulvermacher, Christopher K. Morgan, David Dorfman, Faustin Linyekula, Gabrielle Lansner, and The National Yiddish Theatre, as well as other artists. With Orange Grove Dance, you can see her choreography and her teaching this season at Dickinson College, The Kennedy Center, Dance Place, UMBC, American University, HCC, Joe’s Movement Emporium, and more. www.orangegrovedance.com