Thu, Oct 10 | Velocity Dance Center

Dynamic Form: Class 1 of 5

Dynamic Form is contemporary dance class blending Modern Dance, Ballet, floorwork and Hip Hop with an emphasis on upright choreography that incorporates waving, liquid dancing, isolations, movement in and out of the floor, spiral sequencing and distal initiation.
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Dynamic Form: Class 1 of 5

Time & Location

Oct 10, 2019, 6:00 PM – Dec 20, 2019, 7:30 PM
Velocity Dance Center, 1621 12th Ave, Seattle, WA

About The Event

DYNAMIC FORM

With multiple class offerings in 2019, participants can drop-in anytime. Class cards are available for purchase at velocitydancecenter.org.  Drop-in rate is $15. Entire schedule available below by selecting 'READ MORE.' 

SCHEDULE:

EVENING CLASS 

Thursday, October 10th 6 - 7:30 PM 

MORNING CLASS

Friday, October 25th 10 - 11:30 AM 

MORNING CLASS

Friday, November 22nd 10-11:30 AM 

EVENING CLASS 

Thursday, December 5th 6 - 7:30 PM  

MORNING CLASS

Friday, December 20th 10 - 11:30 AM 

CLASS DESCRIPTION:

Costa’s studies of somatics, conditioning, floorwork, Ballet, Modern Dance and Funk / Hip Hop intersect in a contemporary dance class that blends different styles and physical practices. Class acts as a lab for the participant  to explore their individuality, technique and artistry. 

Class consists of conditioning, drills, a technical warm-up and large phrases of movement with an emphasis on upright choreography that incorporates waving, liquid dancing, isolations, movement in and out of the floor, spiral sequencing and distal initiation. Each class will conclude with learning and performing Costa’s choreography. 

Participants will have time to perform for their peers in small groups to hone their performance skills. Costa is interested in coaching participants to unlock more of their unlimited potential, individuality and confidence even when the context of the movement is unfamiliar. 

*PLEASE NOTE* Adequate experience in Contemporary Dance or Ballet is required for the participant to sufficiently and safely move through the technical warm-up and approach the choreography at the end of class. 

ARTIST BIO:

Daniel Costa (he/him) has presented work in Seattle for over 4 years. Costa’s latest research involves the embodiment of queerness and the act of being seen. Costa has worked with Alex Ketley, Chamber Dance Company, Madboots Dance, Stephanie Liapis, The Three Yells, Wade Madsen, Cherdonna Shinatra, 10 Hairy Legs and has performed works by Crystal Pite, Kate Weare, Shen Wei, Larry Keigwin, and Manuel Vignoulle, among others. Costa holds a BFA in dance from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. He currently dances with The Purple Lemonade Collective

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