Master Class Series 2021/22

Be inspired! These intensive master classes offer a great way to expand your dancing and to open doors to becoming a more rounded artist. 

All classes will be taught at the Dance Kaleidoscope Studios
1125 E. Brookside Ave., Suite D5

Masks will be required of all participants and staff at this time. If our health and safety precautions change, we update the information here and inform all registered dancers. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 317.419.2380 for more information.

Friday, September 24, 6:15-8:45pm
Exploring the World of Dancer/Choreographer 
Pre-professional, Ages 14+, maximum of 16 students
$40
Whether you hope to become a choreographer or just want to explore, learning more about creating dance on others will make you a better dancer. This master class will begin with a ballet class to make sure everyone is properly warmed up, followed by discussion about the basic methods of choreographing. Then each dancer in the class will apply those methods to create a phrase they will teach to the other participants. This master class will be taught by DK associate artistic director Stuart Coleman. He is also a company dancer, and has choreographed several pieces for DK. Read Stuart's full bio here.
 
Friday, October 15, 5:30-7pm
Master Class in Graham Technique
Pre-professional, Ages 14+, maximum of 20 students
Prerequisite: 4+ years of ballet training
$35
Learn from a master. Taught by DK artistic director David Hochoy, this class will delve deep into the Graham Technique and how to apply it to specific standing and traveling combinations. David was taught directly by Martha Graham and danced professionally for her, so this is a golden opportunity to be only one step away from the genius herself. Read David's full bio here.
 
Sunday, November 21, 1-3:30pm
Contemporary/Jazz/Improvisation
Pre-professional, Ages 14+, maximum of 20 students
$35
Former DK company dancer Jillian Godwin has always been a master at improvising. This is a great skill for any dancer to have for photoshoots, when working collaboratively with a choreographer, or to create your own social media videos. In addition to a solid dance class, you'll gain more understanding about how to do improvisation, how to balance when to use your new skills, and you'll build confidence. 
 

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