OPEN CLASSES

Hip Hop & Street Masterclasses at Morley College 

 

22/23 - dates tbc  

Take the time to deepen your technical, creative and choreographic skills in hip hop and street styles with these focused masterclasses. Classes will extensively cover  a variety of elements for dancers with different levels of experience and backgrounds. Areas of work will include foundations (grooves and drills),  creative training and performance/choreography.

 

Full details and booking COMING SOON 

Rambert Grades 1 - Contemporary Dance Training Programme at Morley College 

 

Mondays 10:30am - 12:30pm (beginner/general level)

12th September to 17th October

£100 (6 weeks, 2hr/session)

*concession fees available

This course will cover technique, creativity (improvisation and composition) and performance (choreography) in contemporary dance through the curriculum of Rambert Grades, which will be tailored by the tutor to the students. In addition, Marta will reinforce and expand on these areas with material drawn from her own experience and background.

Rambert Grades is a holistic training that promotes transferable skills and develops the whole individual. The emphasis is in understanding how movement and our bodies work and transferring this understanding to each individual, working creatively and comprehensively.

 

Rambert Grades offers qualifications, Level 1 - 3, in Contemporary Dance.

Continue to Rambert Grades 2 - 31st October to 5th December

Thank you, that was the highlight of my day!" 

 participant, Street Dance Taster, Morley Marketplace

Hip Hop & Street Dance PRIVATE CLASSES  at Fieldworks Dance

 

£100 per class

This class can be tailored to your abilities/needs. Also available for private group bookings. 

Book HERE

Hip Hop & Street Dance PRE-RECORDED CLASSES via Fieldworks Dance

£3 per class

To do at your own pace from anywhere in the world.

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"we should consider every day lost on which we have not danced at least once"

                                                                                                                   Friedrich Nietzsche