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CPA Contemporary Dance - Technique (Fall 2019)
PriceActivity Fee: $15.00
Multi-Activity Discount: 20.00%
Ages16 and up
DepartmentConservatory of Performing Arts
Program CategoryMusic & Dance (16+)
Age CategoryAdult
Registration dates Standard registration - 15 May 2019 6:00 AM
By Internet - 15 May 2019 6:00 AM
SeasonFall 2019

Open for registration
SessionCPA Contemporary Dance - Technique (Fall 2019)
DescriptionDrop-in options available for Technique classes only. $15/class OR 20% discount applied automatically at check-out if you register for 3 or more days of Technique classes in one transaction.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Drop-in sessions can only be paid in person (cash/debit) at the Conservatory's Student Services Office (CB 118). Find office location and hours here: https://www.uregina.ca/cce/student-services/no-admission/. Please DO NOT pay the teacher. All online registrations must be made 1 hour prior to the drop-in class start time.

See our website here for policies including withdrawals and refunds: https://www.uregina.ca/cce/student-services/no-admission/na-policies.html
Times12:15pm to 1:45pm
FacilityCollege Building 230 [CB230]

We're sorry, but this session is over. The last session end day was 8 Dec 2019 1:45 PM

The Conservatory's Contemporary Dance program is designed to be suitable for all experience levels from beginners with no prior dance experience to seasoned dancers looking for a casual environment to stretch their muscles and maintain their bodies. We will be offering two types of contemporary dance courses: Technique (Fall, Winter, and Spring) and Composition (only offered in Fall and Winter).

In Contemporary Technique, discover the joy of movement! With a focus on Graham and Limon Technique, this class builds strengths, focus, balance, alignment, flexibility, and stamina. We focus on floor work, standing combinations, traveling across the floor with turns, jumps, and leaps.

Our Contemporary Dance program is led by dancer, choreographer, and multidisciplinary artist Karen Rose: http://www.karenrose.ca. In Fall 2017 and Winter 2019, she led the Conservatory of Performing Arts' Music & Dance Projects.