Saturday, December 8, Caulfield School of Dance is pleased to present a Master Classes with choreographer Heather Laura Gray.
Heather Laura Gray is a multidisciplinary choreographer, who has performed on stage and screen as an actor, dancer and singer. Her journey has led her to weave in and out of the commercial and company sectors of dance. Heather will be setting a new piece on Ballet Kelowna in 2019. Currently, Heather is the TV series choreographer for Riverdale and Izombie, and recently created for John Ridley’s (Academy Award Winning writer, 12 Years a Slave) up and coming feature Film: “Needle In a Time Stack”. One of her most recent full length contemporary dance pieces, The Tunnel was presented by New Works. She also choreographed a full length piece for Canada’s 150 Celebration’s Spring Lights with Hfour, as part of the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival. She was a guest choreographer with Amber Funk Barton‘s “the response.” dance company creating a 20 minute text and movement piece presented at the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts. Other live works have been shown at the Vancouver International Dance Festival, The Shadbolt Centre, Dance All Sorts, Pop Up Dances, The Dance Centre (Vancouver), Eco Fashion Week, and Soundbites Festival in New York City.
Students will be taken through a short guided sensorial warm up, followed by floor work focusing on release of weight and spinal articulation. Improvisational systems will be explored along with a phrase of choreography.
10:00am – 12 noon at Caulfield School of Dance
Minimum level: Intermediate Foundation R.A.D. or equivalent.
The Master Class requires preregistration:
To register as a current Caulfield School of Dance student, log into the Parent Portal and go to “Classes and Events” and choose this Master Calss.
To register as a new student, create an account here, then go to “Classes and Events” in the Parent Portal and choose this Master Calss.
The 2 hour workshop is $30 + GST.
If you have any questions, please get it touch!
Caulfield School of Dance
2610 St. Johns Street in Port Moody