Spring Classes Are Coming
We will announce our Spring classes for adults and youth in the next couple of weeks. Stay tuned! Also, SAVE the DATE for Saturday, May 17, when we will offer an outdoor performance at the Locust Garden Nature Center in Montgomery County, Maryland.
Spring is just around the corner and we are getting ready to DANCE!
Performances and Workshops
Women's History Month Family Day at the National Portrait Gallery on March 1
We performed a special presentation of traditional Isadora Duncan repertory and modern choreography in the Duncan style that celebrates the emotions and phases of life of women. Entitled "Earthy Divine Feminine," the performance featured dancing by Artistic Director Valerie Durham, guest artists Jennifer Sprowl (Duncan Dance Chicago), Meg Brooker (Thel Dance Theatre, Austin TX) and Washington DC Duncan Dancers Dane Redman Juliano, Dawn Meadows, Margaret Johnson and Lauren Seelye Harris.
Earthy Divine Feminine Dance Performance
Women's History Month Family Day
Saturday, March 1, 2014
4:45 and 6:15pm
National Portrait Gallery, Kogod Courtyard
8th and F Sts NW, Washington DC 2000
(Metro: Gallery Place/Chinatown. Garage and street parking available)
Click here for more about the Women's History Month Family Day celebration.
Body Conditioning for Dancers & Movers: A Workshop with Jennifer Sprowl
Sunday, March 2, 2014
Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, Studio 2
University of Maryland
(Metro: College Park with shuttle. Parking: free in Lot 1 or at meters)
Tuition: $45 per person, $15 per student
This two hour workshop focused on developing core strength, increasing flexibility, improving mobility, creating stability and aligning the spine, through various methods including Active-Isolated Stretching & Strengthening, Gyrokinesis, Therapeutic (pre/post rehab) exercises, and hands-on facilitation.
Celebrating the Artistry: A New Focus for the Isadora Duncan School for Creative Movement & Dance
Youth Dance Classes
Adult Dance Classes
All our classes cultivate personal expressiveness, musicality, a connection to nature and a supportive community of dancers within the technique, philosophy and dances of the great mother of modern dance and revolutionary artist, Isadora Duncan, all within a contemporary approach and relevancy.