Repertory & Partnering Workshop with Young Soon Kim & WHITE WAVE Dance, and AUDITION
WHITE WAVE Young Soon Kim Dance Company
Repertory & Partnering Workshop with Young Soon Kim & WHITE WAVE Dance at the Peridance and AUDITION
Aug 22, 24 & 26, 2017; Tue, Thu, Sat | 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
$20/single class | All 3 classes: $50 | at Peridance Capezio Center
Artistic Director Young Soon Kim will conduct repertory & partnering class with company members with her new piece “iyouuswe” (I-You-Us-We), which premiered at the 2017 La MaMa Moves! Dance Festival. Through the phrases from this piece, participants will explore the fundamentals of great performing, including: clear and thoughtful intent, nuanced phrasing, sensitivity to self and other, and moment-to-moment decisions that shape meaning in the viewer’s eye.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER and MORE INFO ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
Following the Workshop, WHITE WAVE DANCE will conduct an open audition for male and female dancers on Tuesday, August 29th, 2017.
WHITE WAVE Young Soon Kim Dance Company is looking for highly-professional dancers with strong contemporary dance technique and partnering skills. Dancers must be interested in improvisation and the creative process.
Audition Date: Tuesday, August 29, 6 – 9PM
at the Gelsey Kirkland ArtsCenter
at 29 Jay Street, DUMBO, Brooklyn, NY 11201. (F to York St., A/C to High St.).
CALL BACK: Candidates must be available for callback on Thursday, August 31, 6-9PM.
- Full-year contracts begin immediately.
- Rehearsals are paid at an hourly rate, and performances paid by projects.
- Dancers must be available for March 12th-18th, 2018 Vancouver International Dance Festival, along with other performances to be determined.
The audition is OPEN, however you MUST RSVP by CLICK HERE for Audition Registration by August 28th.
More info at www.whitewavedance.com.
A Non-Refundable Audition Fee of $20 is due on the day of the registration (FREE if participating in full workshop).
Drop-Ins will be permitted into the audition based on availability. Pre- Registration is highly encouraged.
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