The Week Ahead. September 27-October 3, 2010.

This Week at Movement Research…Celebrate Frances Alenikoff’s 90th Birthday and the 20th Anniversary of the Performance Journal!!!!

Monday September 27. Movement Research Celebrates!
Join us at Judson Memorial Church to celebrate the 90th birthday of Frances Alenikoff, artist and founder of Eden’s Expressway, and the 20th anniversary of the Performance Journal, as well as the release of PJ#37!

6:30pm Reception
to attend the reception, please make a donation by following this link:

8pm Performances doors open at 7:45
Performances by Ze’eva Cohen, Deborah Jowitt, Jennifer Monson & Yvonne Meier, Tere O’Connor Dance, Wendy Perron, Regina Rocke, and Judith Sanchez Ruiz!

9pm Popcorn Party
All proceeds from the event, including $ from Donor Reception and pass-the-hat, go towards supporting the future publication of the Performance Journal.


Wednesday September 29. Open Performance.
Open Performance this week with showings by Sleepdance, Jane Gabriels, Ali Schecter, Isabel Nares.

Classes this Week.
Join us for classes with faculty: Joanna Kotze, Gabriel Forestieri, Barbara Mahler, Irene Dowd, Raquel Cavalcanti, RoseAnne Spradlin, K.J. Holmes and Levi Gonzalez.


Technique Workshop with Barbra Mahler starts NEXT WEEK!
October 4 – November 15
Mondays. 6:00 pm-7:30 pm. $90 for 6 week workshop, $18 per drop in session. Movement Research at Eden’s Expressway

A slow movement workshop, for all levels, this class is based on the essential principles of the body and mind which make of up the foundation of Klein/Mahler Technique. Its goal is to bridge the gap between the slow and focused depth of work done in the stretch and placement classes and moving and dancing. It will utilize and explain the relationship, and importance, of the pelvis in relationship to efficiency and clarity of movement and then weave together the important connections in the body to better facilitate clarity, articulation, and coordination for powerful and rich moving. Each session begins with a particular warm-up, consistent each week, and ends with a phrase to bring all the parts of the class together as a whole. It is recommended that drop-in students have had some experience with Klein Technique.,
Register Today!

Moving Dialogue: A Bucharest/New York Dance Exchange
Movement Research Studies Project: Panel Discussion

Wednesday October 20. 7-9pm. Romanian Cultural Institute New York.
Panelists introduce the Romanian contemporary dance scene and discuss making work in the USA and Romania. Reception to follow.

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