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DanceHouse, in partnership with Lamondance Training and Performing Company  is happy to offer a unique Workshop opportunity with Kidd Pivot

 
Photo – Michael Slobodian.

Photo – Michael Slobodian.

Kidd Pivot Workshop with Cindy Salgado,

Company member

 

When: Sunday, January 28 2017

Time:  1:30pm to 3:00pm

Where: Lamondance -  3355 Mountain Highway, North Vancouver, BC, V7K 2H4 

Investment: $20 (Cash)

Space is limited

To reserve your space and for more information please email: info[at]lamondance.com

Subject: Kidd Pivot Workshop

Photo – Michael Slobodian.

Photo – Michael Slobodian.


About the Workshop

BETROFFENHEIT

March 14 – 17, 2018, 8pm
Vancouver Playhouse (600 Hamilton Street)

Tickets available at https://dancehouse.ca

Cindy Salgado (Kidd Pivot)

Dancer

photo | Allison Schultz

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Born in Sunnyvale, CA, Cindy Salgado began her training at the age of 3. After graduating from the Juilliard School in 2005 with the Princess Grace Award, she began freelancing in New York. She danced for Aszure Barton & Artists most memorably on tour with Mikhail Baryshnikov, assisted Andy Blankenbuehler in preproduction for Hamilton and other Broadway shows, and assisted and performed for Mia Michaels. She is on faculty with New York City Dance Alliance and was Assistant Rehearsal Director for Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet. Cindy was a cofounder and teacher for Artists Striving To End Poverty. She co-started a multimedia dance theatre company called Shook Ones in 2014. Cindy has been a proud member of Kidd Pivot since 2009.  

 

Kidd Pivot – Workshop based on Kidd Pivot tools and methodology

Kidd Pivot's improvisation class focuses on discovering and revealing articulations and timings in the body. The class begins with a warm-up as participants articulate deeply through the body in stages, starting from the spine and working towards the extremities. Participants work at their own pace, exploring kinetic relationships both within their own bodies and to the space around them. The class is explorative and non-performative: its focus is on the play between analysis and instinct, and the use of improvisation both as a tool and an experience.