Contemporary Master Classes with Caroline Fermin


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Join us for two weeks of Contemporary Master Classes with visiting instructor, Caroline Fermin! Wed. July 29, 7-9pm, $5 drop-in, FREE for members Wed. August 5, 7-9pm, $12 drop-in; FREE for members In a series of immersive improvisational experiments, dancers are encouraged to build road maps to self discovery. The class draws from the techniques of William Forsythe, Gaga, contact improvisation, and other contemporary movement systems. A typical class focuses on kinesthetic awareness, strength-building, coordination, stretching, and some acting techniques. Class is taken barefoot in comfortable clothing to a diverse playlist that encourages rhythm, flow, and fun! ALL LEVELS WELCOME! BIO: Caroline Fermin trained for ten years as a child with Constantin Apetrei, a former dancer with the Bolshoi Ballet. She later attended New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts under the direction of Miguel Lopez from the Ailey School, and trained with Atlanta Ballet during the summers. Caroline is a graduate of Juilliard where she performed the works of William Forsythe, Eliot Feld, Twyla Tharp, and Susan Marshall among others. Caroline is a founding member of Andrea Miller's Gallim Dance where she danced for the last 6 years. With the company she has performed in New York and toured extensively nationally and internationally. As Gallim's Education Chair she helped spearhead and run the education programs of the company and continues to teach for Gallim at Barnard College in New York. Caroline has also danced with James Sewell Ballet, a contemporary ballet company in the Twin Cities; created her own dance films; appeared in collaborative music videos; modeled for a variety of photographers; and performed for major fashion labels such as Lacoste, Sportmax, and Hermes. Caroline is a proud member of Artists Striving to End Poverty, a non-profit dedicated to empowering young people with creativity, knowledge, and a strong sense of self-esteem. www.asteponline.org

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