From Becky Schisler ’14:
Join us for a transformative dance experience!
The 5Rhythms® is a dynamic movement-based practice developed by Gabrielle Roth. Dance, spontaneous and original within every body, is the medium and the medicine in the 5Rhythms® practice. There are no right or wrong moves, no choreography or steps. Curiosity, willingness to move, water bottle, bare feet or light dance shoes are all that is required. The rest is up to the dance. The 5Rhythms® practice is designed for everybody, regardless of age, shape or experience. Dress to sweat!
Daniela Peltekova is a certified 5Rhythms® teacher based in New York City. With warmth, poetic artistry and compassion, Daniela facilitates powerful space for movement and transformation. She comes originally from Bulgaria where the land holds ancient traditions of deep wisdom and spirituality.
Read more about the 5 Rhythms here.
This event is hosted by WesBAM! Wesleyan Body and Mind
Date: Saturday, April 5th – today!
Time: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Place: Cross St Dance Studio (160 Cross St, across from Freeman Athletic Center)
From Matthew Stein ’16:
Join Veeblefetzer/The Wesleyan Klezmer Band for an afternoon of toe-tappin’ tunes and endless dancing!
1:30 – 2:15 DANCE WORKSHOP
Come dance your tukhes off before all the mishegas even begins in a dance workshop with world famous Yiddish dance leader Steve Weintraub!
2:30 – 3:30 KLEZMER CONCERT
We’ll play a lively 45 minute dance set, with dancing led by Steve (all levels welcome!) And if that’s not enough musical madness for you, there’s more! You’ll learn to sing a well known Chanukah song… in Yiddish. You’ll witness two violins played simultaneously. There will also be a special appearance by the Mixolydians singing an old Yiddish theater song. Refreshments provided.
Sponsored by the Wesleyan Jewish Community and the Yiddish Book Center with support from the Jack & Ruthe B. Cowl Center for Jewish Culture.
Date: Sunday, November 24
Time: 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Place: the Bayit (157 Church St)
Facebook event: here!
Erin Roos-Brown of the CFA writes in:
Jill Sigman, a choreographer that co-taught the Ritual, Health and Healing class last spring, will be leading a workshop for a limited number of Wesleyan students on Saturday, November 17 from 1-9pm. The CFA has commissioned Sigman to develop a new work titled “last days/first field,” which she is researching at Wesleyan. She is having an informational dinner for any interested students this coming Monday, September 24 at 6pm in Zilkha room 202 (second floor). Please rsvp to eroosbrown(at)wesleyan(dot)edu.
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From Marco Martinez ’15:
Raw? Groovy? Sexy? Do these words apply to you? YES of course they do! That’s why you’re still reading this right? Do you want to be more of said words? Yes. I thought you’d say yes.
Check out the event! Tell your friends!
Date: April 16th
Time: 8-10 p.m.
Place: Fayerweather Dance Room
Cost: FREEEE $$$
From AhDream Smith ’12:
Have you ever wanted to learn a traditional dance from the “Motherland”? Have you ever tried to get into a West African Dance class here at Wes and they’re always full?
Then this is the event for you. This Wednesday, World Dance Artist-in-Residence Iddi Saaka will be teaching a traditional dance from the Northern Region of Ghana. The workshop will last for one hour. There will be refreshments, so come comfortably dressed and ready to have a great time! See you all there!
Date: April 21
Time: 8:30 – 9:30 PM
Place: Malcolm X House Basement
Facebook Event: Link