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The Week Ahead: January 16-22, 2012.

This Week at Movement Research… Week 3 of Winter MELT, and Open Performance.

Monday January 16. NO Movement Research at the Judson Church. Happy MLK Day!
Movement Research at the Judson Church will resume January 23. Please check the website for more details.

Wednesday January 18. Open Performance.
8 PM. A.R.T./New York South Oxford Space.
Featuring work by Taylor Donofrio, Jen McGinn, Donna Costello, and Miryam Prodanovic.
Moderated by Michal Samama.

Classes this Week.
Due to Winter MELT workshops, not all classes are running as usual. Please check the website for details about which classes are running and where.

Upcoming.

International Dance Dialogues: Workshop with Thomas Hauert
January 24 – January 27
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
12:15 pm-12:45 pm
Avenue C Studio

http://www.movementresearch.org/classesworkshops/classdescriptions/?class=workshops
Tools for Dance Improvisation
Every joint of our body has its range of movement, there are countless possible combinations. The body contains a great practical knowledge far beyond what the mind is capable of processing, resulting in an ever-changing, fluid sense of orientation that can serve as a sensor for potential movement. Through (group) improvisation with one or more partners, exchanging information through touch, we will take advantage of this phenomenon to create forms, rhythms, movement qualities more sophisticated than our minds could invent. This event is part of International Dance Dialogues (IDD), created and curated by Janet Panetta.

Workshop with Daria Faïn & Robert Kocik
Jan 15, Feb 19
SUN 2-6pm
Movement Research at Eden’s Expressway
for non-choir member: $25 per drop-in
for choir members : $15 per drop-in

register here http://www.movementresearch.org/classesworkshops/classdescriptions/?class=workshops
PROSODIC BODY Workshop: Choreoprosodia (the fusion of movement and prosody)
These six workshops focus on the sonic properties of language exploring the correspondences between energy centers, hormonal secretion, seed movements, sonic harmony, and emotional and neurological impact. Spending time with each of the different phoneme-harmonic-compositions developed for the Phoneme Choir, we will use a ‘scientific methodology’ to differentiate and name how each affects individuals and inform us of their healing and performative properties.

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