Oscar Trujillo: all 3 May weekend master classes

This package includes all 3 May master-classes from Oscar Trujillo: 

Sunday, May 16th: 3-7pm. 

Sunday, May 23: 3-7pm

Sunday, May 30: 3-7pm

Relationship and Partnership: Listening, Trust, Touch and Intimacy (Oscar and Celia)

 

$129.00

9 in stock

Description

This package includes all 3 May master-classes from Oscar Trujillo: 

Sunday, May 16th: 3-7pm. 

Sunday, May 23: 3-7pm

Sunday, May 30: 3-7pm

About the teachers: 

Oscar Trujillo is a Miami-based choreographer, performer, energy body-worker and somatic coach.  His career in dance and movement education has taken him from New York and San Francisco to Miami, where he now performs and teaches with Karen Peterson Dancers, Randolph Ward and NWD Projects. His performance credits also include Organic Magnetics, Margaret Jenkins Dance Company, Capacitor and Ramon Ramos Alayo. Oscar is currently co-directing “Bridges” for the Charlotte Street Foundation’s ‘Dance Where You’re At’ site specific and physically distanced performance initiative in Kansas City, MO.
Celia Grannum Perarnaud is a Barbadian who takes the sunshine wherever she goes. She completed a B.F.A. in Dance at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, and pursued a career as a dancer, choreographer and teacher in the U.S., U.K., Japan, Switzerland and The Netherlands. She moved effortlessly between jazz, modern, contemporary and ballet styles, which allowed her to work with the likes of Tony award winning choreographer Wayne Cilento and Rafael Bonachela, Director of Sydney Dance Company, and be a founding member of London’s renowned Ballet Black. Celia founded and directed a dance company in Amsterdam, which was the hub of a vibrant freelance community. Her study and practice of Pilates, Yoga and Mindfulness, Thai Yoga Massage, and Homeopathy, deepened her understanding of anatomy, physiology, and the vital force, and aided her development of an anatomically sound, effective teaching style. Her classes are ever joyous, and present dancers with an opportunity to release old patterns and find a new freedom of expression in their dancing.