Class Description | Monday Night Improvisation | 3 February 2020The class will investigate improvising as a way to expand and excite our dancing, working with information we receive from our external environment and circumstance as well as from our internal sensations. We will then experiment with how improvisation can be used in performance, working with simple structures in time and space and allowing an opportunity to watch each other.
A chance to enjoy dancing alone and with others - all welcome!
Kate Brown has been practising improvisation for many years, as a student, a teacher and a performer, using improvisation practices as a resource for choreographed work as well as simply to enjoy and develop her dancing. She recently completed an ‘MA in Creative Practice: Dance Professional Pathway’ (Trinity Laban 2017/18); she previously made more than 30 dance pieces ranging from solos to large group works; and she has also worked as a choreographer in opera and theatre.