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Post-mortem: Dancer in Residence

We would like to invite anyone interested to join us for a discussion of the recent Dancer in Residence program, in St. John’s November 24th to December 5th, 2014. All members of the dance and university communities and very welcome!

We’ll be at in the 4th floor lecture room at the Arts & Culture Centre (the little one at the end of the hall on the left as you come out of the elevator) from 7pm-9pm this Sunday, January 25th.

Please feel free to contact Sharon with any questions:

Sharon King-Campbell, Project Administrator, DanceNL

info@dancenl.ca

709-743-4130

What is DanceNL?

Bringing the Dance Community Together

DanceNL is Newfoundland and Labrador's sectoral dance association. Our mandate to preserve, promote and support all forms of dance and dance activity throughout the province.

Featured Project

NL Moves: Introduction to American Tap with Tanya Lasby

When: Sunday, January 25th, 2pm-4pm

Where: Mount Pearl School of Dance, 75 Barbour Drive

Admission: $10 ($5 for DanceNL members)

 

DanceNL is proud to partner with the Association for the Arts in Mount Pearl to present an NL Moves workshop: Introduction to American Tap with instructor Tanya Lasby

Participants in this workshop will develop a greater understanding of meter through rhythmic movements and basic tap skills like heel drops, toes, scuffs, digs, brushes, shuffles, flaps, stamps, and stomps. They will learn how to make the “simple” steps more interesting and how to find their own “voice”. Dancers should be 12 or older with a bit of tap experience, and should wear tap shoes and comfortable and breathable clothing suitable for dance.

Tanya Lasby started dancing at age 4. She graduated from Sheridan College’s Musical Theatre Performance Program in 2005 and was asked to join the Toronto based tap company Turn On The Tap headed by Paula Skimin. Since moving to Newfoundland in 2009, Tanya has been appearing in musicals, including Chicago, Mary Poppins, and Evita, She is currently a teacher at Steffen Dance.

NL Moves is a workshop series by DanceNL designed to expose the general public to many different dance genres while promoting wellness and physical activity. NL Moves workshops are led by DanceNL members and highlight some of the amazing work and skills of the dancers and movers of the province.

DanceNL is Newfoundland and Labrador’s first sectoral dance association. DanceNL’s mandate is “to preserve, promote and support all forms of dance and dance activities throughout the province.” Formed in 2009, DanceNL is working towards forging connections between dance professionals and enthusiasts across Newfoundland and Labrador, generating relevant programs and initiatives and promoting and gaining recognition for the province’s rich, varied and vibrant dance scene.

For more information, or to register, please contact:

Sharon King-Campbell

Project Administrator, DanceNL

709-743-4130

info@dancenl.ca

Featured Member

Stacy Fowler

Stacy Fowler has a background in Flamenco, Jazz, Belly Dance and Hip-Hop with a passion for Latin dance. She has danced and performed for over 10 years specializing in Latin style. Stacy travels yearly to Cuba to enhance her knowledge base and expertise.

Stacy started Bailamos St. John's, a Latin dance company, in 2012 and is a volunteer instructor with Salsa in St. John's. In November 2013, she became a certified Zumba instructor.

Bailamos St. John's offers classes in Latin dance and Zumba fitness as well as private lessons and packages available for private parties and events.

Stacy is teaching a workshop in salsa on Fogo Island as part of DanceNL's NL Moves workshop series - check it out here: http://dancenl.ca/projects/nl-moves-salsa-with-stacy-fowler/