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Dance Master Class Repertory Series: Eryn Rosenthal

Friday, November 10, 2017

12:10pm, Dance Building, Betty Pease Studio Theater

 

MFA alumna Eryn Rosenthal teaches this class where students reach inside movements big and small, activating flux in the membrane between figure and abstraction. They will also play with movement, questions, puzzles and opposites sourced from recent works Au bout du petit matin and La buena chaquetera y los cuatro caballos (Solo Dancing Does Not Exist).

Each Modern Lab session features a different guest artist teaching a master class and sections from their repertory. This panorama of the contemporary dance field is presented to broaden the students’ awareness of potential career possibilities. Each guest artist conducts a 30-minute technique class/warm-up and then teaches repertory that is performed by the class. In the final 15 minutes, faculty coordinator Bill De Young conducts a Q & A with each artist, discussing their career; their recommendations for transitioning from student to professional, and what they look for when they audition dancers for their projects.

This event supported in part by the EXCEL Lab.

Free - no tickets required to observe


Utam Moses and Eryn Rosenthal by David Jordan Chlapecka.

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Photography Credits:

U-M Photo Services

Joe Welsh

Peter Smith

David Smith

Glen Behring

Tom Bower

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