About Contemporary Beginners with Sarah Miller
Classes start on Wed 10 Jan 2024 and run until Wed 27 March 2024 (excluding Wed 14 Feb due to half term)
Work with increased physicality and develop a more dynamic approach to movement.
This class is designed to build upon the foundations of our introduction course, allowing you to expand your skills and explore the art of Contemporary dance even further.
Our progressive approach is influenced by the techniques of Cunningham and release-based Contemporary styles. Cunningham technique emphasises the movement of the spine through curves, tilts, twists, and arches. Incorporation of Release technique encourages flowing movements that focus on breath.
Dance artist, Sarah Miller will guide you through the class, helping you develop your skills and technique, accompanied by live music by James Taylor. You will have the opportunity to explore your own styles and approach to movement through a choreographed phrase that will be taught in class.
- Enrol for the term for £140.00 to save and guarantee your place or drop-in for £14.00 per class (concessions available)
- We encourage you to get in touch with us if you have any access requirements to ensure our classes are delivered in the most inclusive way possible. You can find an outline of our access information here.
- Please arrive on time - unfortunately we are unable to accommodate participants who are more than 15 minutes late as the warm-up is an important part of the class.
- Unfortunately, we are unable to offer refunds or exchanges, unless there are extenuating circumstances. You can read our booking Terms & Conditions here.
About Your Teacher
Sarah began dancing at The Place at the age of four and went on to work with Youth (now Shift Dance Company). Sarah trained at London Contemporary Dance School, graduating in 2003 with a First-Class Honours Degree. She is currently teaching contemporary dance classes at The Place, and at primary schools in Camden and Hackney. Sarah has worked with Russell Maliphant, Jan de Schynkel and Martin Lawrance and Marguerite Caruana Galizia. She is currently participating in research work with Sarah Blanc and Moxie Brawl.