Sign up for a series Salsa dance lessons taught by DK Dance! Classes includes clear and dynamic instruction by two seasoned performers and instructors. Beginners can learn new dance moves while more advanced dancers can deepen knowledge and practice. .
This weekly workshop uses improvisation and performance techniques to explore how self-reflection and global awareness play a role in the creation of movement. Expertly led by Artistic Director, Leah Verier-Dunn, this workshop is perfect for those interested in playfulness, deep reflection, and delicious challenges.
UK’s all-female troupe Mimbre brings strength, humor and grace to a delightful floor acrobatics work in the Historic Circus Museum to celebrate contemporary circus performance and the Circus Arts. Admission includes a 30 minute performance of Lifted and a walk and talk in the Circus museum galleries.
We will teach a range of specialized acrobatics movements and techniques from Mimbre’s repertoire of tricks and styles, including fluid movements along the floor and upside-down shapes (handstands, headstands and other figures) as well as human pyramids in 2s, 3s and bigger groups.
Contemporary Dance at Ca' d'Zan is an open level contemporary outdoor dance class. Through a guided warm up and phrase work we will hone spatial awareness, weight shifts and efficient movement. Class will draw from release technique, counter technique, and other post-modern lineages.
Swing and sabor describe Brooklyn’s Los Hacheros, one of today’s hottest Salsa bands. Hailed as the modern-day torchbearers of the Golden Age of Latin music, they revive sounds of son montuno, guaracha and salsa, combined with Bomba, a fiery rhythm from the mountains of Puerto Rico.
Kyle Abraham’s master class will emphasize four of the company’s core movement values: exploration, musicality, abandonment, and intuition. Students will experience a personalized postmodern movement vocabulary full of intricate gestures and signature A.I.M moves.
An Untitled Love is Kyle Abraham’s acclaimed evening-length work that draws from the catalogue of Grammy Award-winning R&B legend D’Angelo. This creative dance exaltation pays homage to the complexities of self-love and Black love, while serving as a thumping mixtape celebrating our culture, family and community.
As part of the HAT’s FrEnemies of Contemporary Performance talks, we will feature artist Richard Kennedy in collaboration with The Hermitage Artist Retreat. This program will combining genre-bending performance and conversation with multidisciplinary artist and Hermitage Fellow Richard Kennedy.
This delightful vengeance play takes audiences on a suspenseful journey from Mexico City to the state of Georgia in a search for truth by Lupita, our story’s heroine. Ingenious shadow puppetry and live music weave a funny, mysterious and intimate evening of visual story-telling and dramatic craftsmanship.