In-Studio Showing at TU Dance Center: April 2, 2015

Join us this Thursday for a special in-studio preview of work to be performed in the upcoming spring concert, April 17-19 at The Cowles Center in Minneapolis.   The showing will include an excerpt of The More Things Change, a world premiere work by choreographer Uri Sands honoring Marian Anderson’s 1939 open-air concert at the Lincoln Memorial.

In-Studio Showing at TU Dance Center
Thursday, April 2 | 5:00 – 6:30pm
(Wine & cheese reception at 5:00, showing starts at 5:30pm)

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Introduction to Pointe with Elayna Waxse: March 23 – 27

Photo by Joel Koyama, courtesy of Star Tribune

Elayna Waxse is originally from Overland Park, KS. She has danced professionally with Minnesota Dance Theatre, Colorado Ballet, Black Label Movement, and is currently performing with TU Dance. She has taught ballet for the past nine years at TU Dance Center and Minnesota Dance Theatre & the Dance Institute, among others.

Elayna’s upcoming five-day workshop is designed for students ages 10-18. It will serve as both an introduction to pointe for ballet students new to pointe work, as well as a refresher for intermediate pointe students – perfect for new students, as well as students returning from Part I of the workshop this past January. The workshop will consist of ballet and pointe technique, instruction on sewing pointe shoes, foot and toenail care for pointe shoes, and strengthening skills that can be practiced outside of class to help students progress in their training. At least three years of prior ballet experience is required. Students must have their own pointe shoes.

March 23-27, 4:30-6:00 pm

Cost: $105

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Photo by Joel Koyama, courtesy of Star Tribune

Adult Beginning Modern Workshop with Kathy Mohn: April 26 – May 31

Kathy’s Adult Beginning Modern Dance workshop is based on two important ideas: that we all need to move, and that dance enriches our daily lives. Classes will enable participants to find beauty and possibility in simple, accessible movement. Students are invited to adapt movement to their own bodies and fitness levels, while learning to dance with insight, musicality and phrasing. Kathy will introduce or refresh basic modern dance concepts and movement vocabulary, allowing students to experience better health, flexibility, balance, and increased strength.

Kathy Iverson Mohn grew up in Redlands, California. She holds an MA in Dance from the University of Southern California and a Dance-Theater license from Augsburg College. Kathy has studied with a variety of renowned dancers and choreographers, and she has taught at several colleges and universities. She is also a Dance Specialist at the Linwood Arts Plus public school.

Sundays, April 26-May 31, 12:15-1:45 pm*

(*Sunday, May 17 only class will be from 11:30 am-1:00 pm)

COST: $85 for six classes

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Afoutayi Presents – Traditional Haitian Dance and Drum Workshop: March 22

Djenane St Juste, master teacher and Artistic Director of Atoufayi, will teach a workshop in traditional Haitian dance and drumming at TU Dance Center, along with master teachers Florencia Pierre and Jeff Pierre.

Sunday, March 22

1:30-2:30pm, Drum

2:30-3:30pm, Dance

Cost is $16 for one class, or $30 for two classes. $12 for students.
For questions and registration, contact djenane100@gmail.com

Photo credit: Austin Forbord

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