AERIAL DANCE CAMP
Flying High and Acting UP!
with Amanda Durnell and Nicole Dagesse
June 15-19 with Amanda Durnell
June 22-26 with Nicole Dagesse
July 13-17 with Nicole Dagesse
August 3-7 with Amanda Durnell
2pm - 5pm daily
$200 for the week
Limited to 12 students
Call 919-933-9642 to register your child,
In this week of high flying adventure, students will learn basic aerial fabric and trapeze skills as well as improvisational and performance techniques. Throughout the week, students will work together to create a themed performance to present at the culmination of the camp. In the past, themes have included The Hero Myth, Bridge Building, Dreams, Elements, and Pirates. They will develop characters, movement, and basic costumes to help bring their aerial story to life.
No experience necessary, students will work in groups based on ability.
Movement Introductions and Warm Up
Fabric basics and conditioning
Improvise with figure 8 footlock
Brainstorm and choose theme for performance
Movement exploration based on the theme Trapeze basics with a partner
Review Trapeze partnering and continue with new material
Divide into small groups to create original choreography based on chosen characters
Yoga and Relaxation
Conditioning Warm UP
Fabric Technique Work in small groups to continue choreography
Share what you've created with the group
Practice Trapeze Partnering
Finish sections of choreography
Run finished sections
Yoga Meditation and Relaxation
Group Warm Up
Nicole Dagesse has an MFA in dance, and is a 500hr RYT. She teaches a Vinyasa Yoga style class that explores physical alignment and energetic embodiment in the flow. Nicole helps students re-engage with the power of the moving body in a sustainable practice. From the beginner to the advanced practitioner, she finds great joy in witnessing the progression of her students as they navigate the weaving together of mind, body and spirit. She also has developed workshops that emphasize the chakras, as well as Wildwomen Workshops that are designed to help access the divine feminine and the wild nature of the soul, through movement, breath work, kriyas, and myth. Nicole also teaches Aerial Dance, having taught at Frequent Flyers Productions in Boulder, Co. She is especially interested in specializing in fabric foundations and technique, as well as choreography and improvisation in the air. Email Nicole and visit her website.
Nicole Dagesse, Aerial Dance Teacher
SUMMER PERFORMANCE, 2011
FALL PERFORMANCE, 2011