Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday , 3:00pm - 7:59pm
Location: Harvard Dance Center, 66 Garden St.
Class Number:23370 Course ID:160653
Description: The Harvard Dance Project cultivates invention and fosters the courage of artistry. This faculty-led, performance ensemble gives students the opportunity to be original cast members and collaborators in wide-ranging dance works created by preeminent professional choreographers. The project focuses on performance research, collaboration, choreographic composition, and links choreographic thinking to other fields. It is a studio-based course which includes performances at major venues on campus. Spring 2018: World premiere works created for HDP students by Peter Chu, Chanel DaSilva, and Shamel Pitts.
Notes: Enrollment determined by audition during the first week of class. Dance experience required.
Scheduling: Dinner provided T/W/TH. Students will meet T/W/TH only during 2-3 week intensive creative processes with guest artists, and in April tech/performance weeks. Otherwise, 2 times a week and on T, W or TH. Specific schedule will be distributed first week of classes. Any questions contact course TF Whitney Cover: firstname.lastname@example.org