University of Rochester Program of Dance & Movement

Events

Events

Fringe Festival UR Diversity of Dance

September 20th 1:30-2:30pm Tuesday and Sept 23 8:00-9:00pm at Rapa’s East End Theater

(Rochester Association of Performing Arts) 727 E Main St, Rochester, NY 14605

Tickets: $8/general public and $5/students

Tickets available at http:/rochesterfringe.com/shows/show/diversity-of-dance

Diversity of dance shares a wide range of dynamic dance forms created arranged and performed by students at the University of Rochester. Celebrating African Dance, Breaking, Celtic Dance, Contemporary, Hip Hop Choreo, Step and more, this vibrant cultural expression is not to be missed. Come one, come all for this coming together of enthusiastic and diverse dancing!

UR Arts Bus

Saturday, September 27: 12noon-11pm

Experience the arts at the University of Rochester- dance, music, theatre, visual arts, spoken word and more - all aboard the UR Arts Bus, parked on Gibbs Street. See snippers of work, visual art exhibits, or mini concerts. Surprises will abound!

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PORTABLES, An Afternoon of Dance Theater with Claire

Sat. Oct. 18, 4pm, Spurrier Dance Studio Tickets available at the Common Market and if available, at the door, $10 General, $5 Students

Claire Porter, recipient of a 2013 Guggenheim Fellowship, is on the move with her PORTABLES, a collection of funny and poignant character sketches that leave a lasting, laugh-out-loud impression on audiences across the U.S. and around the globe. "Porter, mistress of the short, sharp character portrait, is that rare breed - nimble witty comedian. A soloist with a neat collection of personas, Porter sketches them with the perfect physical gesture ... Porter is always delightful, often wickedly funny." Sally Sommer, The Village Voice

Workshops

Technique Class taught by Molly Christie

Friday, Oct. 3 12:30pm-1:45pm Katherine Dunham Technique Class taught by Molly Christie

"The Veils of Salomé"

Friday, October 10th 2:00pm-4:00pm

"The Veils of Salomé" will bring together, at the University of Rochester, a distinguished group of scholars and performers (including Betty Jenkins & Deirdre Towers) to present and discuss images of Salomé as a focus for the study of intersections between religion, the arts, and gender over the centuries. The Event will also include a participatory Middle Eastern Dance Workshop.

Text & Movement Workshop (Creating work through writing and moving)

Friday, Oct 17th 12:30pm-1:45pm Workshop with Claire Porter:

Workshops with Sonam Targee "Intro to Ayurveda"

. Wednesday, October 29th 1:50-3:15pm & 3:25pm-4:40pm

Workshop with Dr Joanne Wu -Flow Yoga, Partner Acrobatics and Improvisation

Friday, November 7th 3:30-5:30pm

See past events and workshops