5 Dance Days
January 1 - 5 / 2019
Today’s professional dancers are asked to improvise, reinvent steps, switch-up phrases, change musicality and make impulsive and artistic choices. Technique alone is not enough — dancers must also now be creators.
This intensive, hands-on week will provide dancers with the insights, improvisational skills and creative tools that are needed by the most sought after companies and choreographers of today.
NW Dance Project is committed to offering a supportive and encouraging environment so that each dancer can develop and discover their unique creative voice.
Dancers are offered the rare opportunity to work with NW Dance Project’s our founding Artistic Director Sarah Slipper and extraordinary, award-winning company members Franco Neito, Andrea Parson, and William Couture as they are mentored to push and develop their creativity, ideas and versatility.
Each day will start with ballet class, followed by a contemporary technique class. Following the lunch break, dancers will participate in learning repertoire of NW Dance Project, improvisation and choreographic development sessions.
Project Fee | $485*
*$50 Early Registration Discount before DEC 1 / 2018
We recommend early registration, not only to save, but to ensure a spot in this popular workshop. Registration is on a first come, first served basis. Enrollment is limited!
Info + To Register
Phone | 503.421.7434
Online | Submit your registration form via email to email@example.com after submitting the Project Fee online HERE
Mail | Mail in your registration form with a money order or check to PO Box 42488, Portland OR 97242
5 Dance Days
JAN 1 – 5 / 2019
Daily Hours | 10:00AM to 5:00PM
For Professional Dancers 18 yrs+. No audition necessary.
Attire | Comfortable form-fitting athletic or dance wear. Long hair pulled back or clipped. Ballet slippers recommended for ballet. Bare feet, socks or ballet slippers appropriate for other classes and workshops. No dark-soled shoes. Bring your knee pads and water bottle.
Out of town participants are responsible for their own housing accommodations.