Dance and Movement Classes Fall 2010
Except as noted, contact Lori O'Neill, 608-263-6322, firstname.lastname@example.org
To enroll call 608-262-2451 (reference UW registration code w64)
Note: Teens and adults are welcome. Please, no street shoes in the studio.
This class begins with a series of warm-ups, isolations, and strengthening exercises to prepare the body for African dance. Learn
choreography and new dances that explore the diversity in movement and music of Guinea and Mali, West Africa. Experienced
Madison-area drummers bring energetic and uplifting live music to the classroom. Students of all experience levels are welcome.
Instructor: Maya Kadakia recently returned to the U.S. after spending a year studying traditional dance in Guinea and Mali, West
Africa. She is excited to share her new material and love of African dance with the Madison community.
Wednesdays, September 15-December 15, 6-7:30 pm, State Street Center, 3rd Floor Studio,122 State St, Limit 32, Enroll by
September 10, 2.1 CEU, $155, Program #1144
The study of ballet technique formulates a combined appreciation for dance, music, and art through development of grace,
coordination, strength, and discipline. Please wear leotard, tights, and ballet shoes. Level placement by consent of instructor:
e-mail Vivian Tomlinson, email@example.com, with questions. Instructor: Vivian Tomlinson trained at the University
of Cape Town Ballet School, South Africa, before he became a principal dancer with Wisconsin Ballet Company.
State Street Center, 3rd Floor Studio, 122 State St
Level 1 Beginning: Program #1131, Mondays, September 13-December 13, 5:30-6:45 pm, Limit 28, Enroll by September 9, 1.8 CEU,
Level 2 Elementary: Program #1134, Mondays, September 13-December 13, 6:45-8:15 pm, Limit 28, Enroll by September 9, 2.1
Level 4 Intermediate: Program #1150, Thursdays, September 16-December 16, 6-7:30 pm (no class November 25), Limit 30, Enroll
by September 1