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5Rhythms Dance Class

5Rhythms is a conscious dance practice. A moving meditation. A spiritual path. A joyful connection with others. An exercise in authentic movement and creative expression. A chance to embody your thoughts, feelings and emotions. With a backdrop of diverse world beats, 5Rhythms® is an invitation to show up exactly how you are, and to move from wherever you’re at. This practice inspires curiosity, playfulness, connection and authenticity in a safe, non-judgmental way. No steps, no previous dance experience necessary.
Move. Breathe. Be.
Open to everybody regardless of age (15+), gender, ability

Intertwined – Live Intuitive Dance Performance

Thursday October 29 5:00 pm and 5:30 pm
with Adrian de Leeuw as he intuitively explores and responds to The Journey Begins Where It Ends in the GPAG main gallery! Adrian de Leeuw is a Vancouver based multimedia artist working with dance-for-film, photography, choreography and dance.
Accepting walk-ins as space will allow, but please call us ahead of time if you would like a guaranteed spot. Space is limited to ten people per performance.

FALLING UPWARD – Joshua Beamish World Dance Premiere

International choreographer/performer Joshua Beamish premieres new solos and duets created in collaboration with Kirsten Wicklund (Ballet BC) and Annabelle Lopes Ochoa (Jacob’s Pillow). Joshua will partner with dancer Renee Sigouin (Crystal Pite’s Kidd Pivot) for this rare performance on the Ravens Cry stage. Falling Upward will also feature a special performance choreographed by Joshua for two local dance artists Natalie Martin and Francesca Manson. Two live shows: Saturday October 17@8pm and Sunday October 18@2PM. Limited tickets available for purchase through festival web site.

Introduction to Flamenco Workshop

Join La Zarmari for a virtual Introduction to Flamenco Workshop on Wednesday July 15th from 6–7pm.

In this workshop, you will:
– Watch La Zamari give a brief flamenco dance demonstration.
– Receive an overview of the history of flamenco, its idiosyncrasies and its different “palos” (styles) and “compases” (rhythms).
– Learn and practice the three basic clapping rhythms of flamenco.

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