Technique and repertory course that focuses on developing technical expertise, expressive range, and stylistic clarity. In technique, students will examine concepts such as skeletal support, sequential movement, rhythm, and momentum to emphasize efficiency in motion. In repertory, students will learn and perform dances that represent diverse approaches to dance-making either through collaboration with faculty or by learning significant dances from modern and contemporary choreographers. The course encourages rich, subtle, and stylistically accurate renditions of choreography and engages students in collaborative learning.

Prerequisites and Restrictions:
DAN 213/219/220 or equivalent. Mandatory placement class on Tuesday, September 12 at 3:00 p.m., location tbd. This course MUST be taken in conjunction, in the same semester, with DAN 319A, DAN 320A, DAN 419A or DAN 420A (Choreography Workshop courses, one additional 2-hour class weekly). Placement in one of these “A” (Choreography Workshop) courses is by interview only. To secure your place in the appropriate “A” section, email Prof. Lazier (rlazier@) between April 10-21, 2017 and list previous composition experience at Princeton.

Faculty

Sections

U01

Mondays & Wednesdays
4:30 - 6:20 pm

Instructor(s)

Stuart Singer

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