Jeffrey Bihr Studio


2010 Schedule . . . some other classes offered at my studio

new for 2010

New BIODANZA class!

JOIN US TO CELEBRATE LIFE!!! Through music, dance and movements, experience AUTHENTIC relationships with yourself and others, recover JOY and VITALITY, connect with your own STRENGTH, CREATIVITY and SENSUALITY... Class taught by Zora Coeur de Roi Wednesday nights 7:30 -9:30

Shakespeare Weekend Intensive Taught by Lisa Ann Porter

Students will be immersed in the physical, vocal, emotional, imaginative and thoughtful world of Shakespeare's texts.
Strengthen and develop your breath, body and voice connection to the text. Ignite your personal connection to the text and allow the words to transform them into the character and their circumstances.
Hone your ability to become specific and daring while unearthing all the clues within the structure of the verse.
Come with a verse monologue that you know by heart. Some cold reading of scenes will also be introduced.
Saturday, March 27, 2010 10:00-6:00
Sunday, March 28, 2010 10:00-4:00
Registration is due by Friday, March 12, 2010 Cost: $395 Limited to 12 people Suitable for all levels

ongoing

A new class offering at the Jeffrey Bihr Studio with Bay Area newcomer, dancer, singer and performing artist Lina del Roble.
Blending elements of Afro-Latino and Brazilian dance with modern, Latin American folk, Pilates, yoga,
theatrical improvisation and other movement techniques,
MOVI-RITMO is a celebration of movement and dance to exhilarating rhythms of all kinds in a spirit of non-competitive self-expression.
The class consists of deep stretching, toning & strengthening, technique, choreography and warm-down.
Some previous dance experience is helpful - Natural rhythm a plus!! Be prepared to dance barefoot.
Class meets every Saturday morning from 10:30 till 12 noon unless otherwise posted. It's always good to check first, as Lina occasionally cancels due to outside obligations.
Contact info: (510) 658-3423. E-mail: hayat@swbell.net

Lina del Roble : A performing artist since childhood in Mexico City, Lina has spent the last twenty five years focusing on
Afro-Caribbean and Brazilian dance and music. Lina considers her training at the 'Academia de la Danza Mexicana”'
of Mexico City's National Fine Arts Institute, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre's school in New York City,
the contemporary environmental dance group Invisible Inc. of Austin
and the Federal University of Bahia's Dance Department in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil
as the most valuable in her long career as a dancer. Lina was an Artist-in-Education for the Texas Commission of the Arts for 15 years
and represented over a dozen leading cultural institutions in San Antonio as a teacher/director, choreographer,
liaison, performer and curriculum specialist. Her dance training in Mexican folkloric, Modern, Jazz and various Afro-inspired genres
is reflected in her unique and eclectic style of teaching and 'interpreting' movement to music.
Currently, she works in Hispanic marketing and broadcast communications, having stepped away from the stage (for a while),
and is always ready for a chance to let loose to sway, stomp, slide and soar. She welcomes you to join her to 'move to the music'!

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