The year is moving along, and after a humid summer, it’s time for crisp crunchy leaves as the dance season truly begins. October is proving to be filled with performances as well as class opportunities, so for those of you looking to train, be sure to take a look!
A Celebration of Dance Repertoire, Oct. 11th, 2016
Cleveland Ballet will be at the Ohio Theatre on October 11th! The performance will feature Alexandra Preucil, violinist for The Cleveland Orchestra.
Check out their website for more details: https://clevelandballet.org/?page_id=2786
Dancing Wheels Company and School
Trinity Cathedral’s “Brownbag Lunch Series” Oct. 12th, 2016 at 12:10pm
This early performance will be open to the public! Come on down to Cleveland to see Dancing Wheels perform...plus, you can bring a lunch or buy one for $5!
For more details, click here: http://www.dancingwheels.org/calendar-oct.asp
Ballet Up-Close, Oct. 14th 2016 at 7:30pm
Verb will be starting their season off with an intimate studio performance. This will give patrons a chance to see the intricacies of works-in-progress, as well as give a new perspective to the viewer without the proscenium stage.
For more details, click here: http://www.verbballets.org/balletupclose.html
GroundWorks at the Allen Theater, Oct. 14th and 15th, 2016 at 7:30pm
GroundWorks will be at the Allen Theater to showcase some new work by David Shimotakahara, as well as creative residents Robyn Mineko Williams and Beth Corning. These will no doubt be great performances, so check out the details in the link below:
The Movement Project at Karamu House
TMP’s Megan Gargano will be teaching adult Modern and Ballet classes on Tuesdays and Saturdays at Karamu House! This is a great opportunity for professionals and adults to take class and continue their training. Drop-ins are $15!
For more information, check out our website here: http://www.themovementproject.org/classes/
Cleveland Dance Fest Master Class Series Oct. 22nd-23rd, 29th-30th
To gear up for CDF 2016, the artists participating will be teaching master classes that are FREE and OPEN to the public. Here are the artists:
Jennifer Sandoval Eccher (Marquez Dance Project)
Rebecca Leuszler (The Movement Project)
Micaela Colleen Barret & Alberto Ramos Cordero (The Cleveland Tango School)
Inlet Dance Theatre
Catherine Meredith (The Dancing Wheels Company)
For more information including the schedule and reserving your space, click here: http://www.themovementproject.org/cdf16/
The Cleveland Tango School
The Cleveland Tango School is offering beginner classes, starting on the first Thursday of each month! It's $50 for the four-class series, Thursdays from 8-9, and no experience or partner necessary! For more information click here: http://www.clevelandtango.com/tango-101/