Contemporary Fusion (12-17) - Dance City

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Newcastle Sunderland

Contemporary Fusion (12-17)

A creative class with a contemporary twist!
Children's Class
Sat 20 Jul 2024 12:00pm
Sat 14 Sep 2024 12:00pm
Sat 21 Sep 2024 12:00pm
Sat 28 Sep 2024 12:00pm
Sat 05 Oct 2024 12:00pm
Sat 12 Oct 2024 12:00pm
Sat 19 Oct 2024 12:00pm
Sat 26 Oct 2024 12:00pm
Sat 02 Nov 2024 12:00pm
Sat 09 Nov 2024 12:00pm
Sat 16 Nov 2024 12:00pm
Sat 23 Nov 2024 12:00pm
Sat 30 Nov 2024 12:00pm
Sat 07 Dec 2024 12:00pm
Sat 14 Dec 2024 12:00pm
Class times: Every Saturday 12-1pm
A friendly class with a contemporary influence, Contemporary Fusion is a Contemporary dance focused class with strong creative elements giving artistic freedom to the dancers. It is suitable for complete beginners right through to those with more experience This class will take you through a cardio and contemporary technique based warm up which will then lead to a creative session where dancers can learn choreography as well as make their own. This class will give you all the skills you need for performance while having fun, building confidence and exploring different contemporary dance styles.

Who is it for?
Anyone aged 12-17. Suitable for complete beginners as well as experieneced movers.

Teacher: Emily-Fleur Peake
Originally from Royal Wootton Bassett, Emily-Fleur moved to London to train at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, gaining a First Class Honours in Contemporary Dance. She furthered her training by completing her Masters in Advanced Dance Performance here, at Dance City, and has since been refining her practice as a Dance Artist; performing and teaching. She has always had a keen interest in teaching alongside performance and has been working in a variety of contexts across the North East for many years, teaching ages 5 to 93. She has a strong passion for working with mature dancers in the community believing everyone can, and should dance. Her classes are influenced by the Release and Cunningham techniques of Contemporary, building strength and flexibility whilst exploring fluidity by using our breath to aid our movement. She works to release tension, find freedom in our bodies and discover new patterns of moving, and most importantly aims to create a safe environment for all participants to find joy in moving together.
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