Contemporary Class with Artist in Resident, Gabriel Mata June 28 5:30-7:00pm Fee: $25 per class
Gabriel has trained in a variety of techniques and forms. Most of his foundation is developed from Limon technique under the tutelage of Gary Masters and Raphael Boumaila. He teaches contemporary modern and contemporary ballet while implementing Limon theory within his classes. The classes and movement focus on musicality, groundedness, breath, and use of space. To learn more about Gabriel, check out his Sadie-Rose Residency Program informational.
Master Class with Artist in Resident, Leah Moriarty July 26 5:30-7:00pm Fee: $25 per class Body Versification uses transnational aesthetics to challenge the harsh edges and linear qualities of westernized modern dance. This contemporary abstraction of multiple idioms aims to move sequentially through the spine and extremities to explore the many functionalities within our selves. To learn more about Leah, check out her Sadie-Rose Residency Program informational.
Contemporary Ballet with Meghan Horowitz July 29 11:00am-12:30pm Fee Class Only: $25 Fee Class & 1 Ticket to Choreographer's Showcase: $40 Open to all community dancers!
A Los Angeles native, Meghan Horowitz trained under the tutelage of Balanchine Master Yvonne Mounsey. After graduating high school, she spent two seasons as an apprentice at the Los Angeles Ballet, and one season as a soloist with Santa Monica Dance Theater. After two years of rigorous professional dance experience and performances, she attended Santa Clara University, where she graduated with a BA in Dance. While at the university she discovered her passion and aptitude for choreography, which led to her creation of the Santa Clara Dance Coalition. Since graduating in 2015, she has been named Artistic Director at South Valley Dance Arts, and ballet mistress at Studio 10. She has choreographed for San Jose Dance Co shows, Mark Foehringer’s Choreographer’s Forum, Dancing in the Park, San Francisco Dance Film Festival and most recently, for SAFEhouse Arts as part of her RAW Artist Residency. Her nouveau approach to classical movement, and eye for costume design sets her apart from her peers. Her love and use of classical music and technique with a flair of modern fusion truly pays homage to the classics of the past while looking towards the future.
She describes her class as “contemporary ballet and beyond” as she includes Graham and Horton techniques into her movement.
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