The Dance Complex WORKSHOPS & MASTER CLASSES
Closed Thanksgiving Day ~ OPEN Friday at 3:00pm!
Check various class schedules throughout this week.
Holiday Break: CLOSED
December 24th - January 4th ~ Regular Class Schedule resumes January 5th!
But to join us for another year of Winter Wonder Dance! (January 2nd - 5th)
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January | February | March | April | May | June | July | August | September | October | November | December
Sundays: November 16, 23 & 30, 2014
$12.00 for the 16th, $15.00 for the 23rd & 30th ($10.00 for ATAD)
For more information or to sign up, visit: www.jamesmorrowthemovement.com
The Lester Horton Dance Technique
All Levels & Abilities taught by
Sunday, December 7, 2014
Cost: $15 PayPal appreciated to save class time: email@example.com memo: horton
pre-paid no-shows refunded with advance email cancellation; OR cash at the door
Questions? Happy to answer them! 310-403-6134 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, YouTube: Sarah Swenson & Vox Dance Theater, Facebook: Vox Dance Theatre, SarahSwensonDance.com, VoxDanceTheatre.org
A Boston native, Sarah Swenson is a 4th generation teacher of the Lester Horton Dance Technique. She taught Horton Technique at the Alvin Ailey School in New York City, and was a soloist, as well as Rehearsal Director of Ailey III for more than a decade. A self-termed neo-modernist, Sarah is joyfully committed to the values of classical modern dance, and to its accessibility by 21st century contemporary dancers.
Sarah’s choreographic work is a fusion of classical modern dance techniques, theatre, and improvisation, marrying modern dance classicism with a variety of musical forms and traditions, and she has adapted much of her professional repertoire for teens. She is the Artistic Director and Founder of Vox Dance Theatre of Los Angeles, a company of women. Sarah conducts residencies and workshops in both repertoire and Horton-based classical modern technique, and maintains a large body of choreographic work available for staging from professional to recreational, for all ages and abilities. She regularly collaborates with composers and musicians, and accepts commissions for original work.