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Adults Class Schedule
All classes except workshops are drop-in available with a Class Card (for purchase at the front desk).
A gentle class that will teach you the need-to-know basics—perfect for beginners with no experience.
An invigorating ballet class for adults who are beyond the basics.
A gentle but challenging ballet class for adults who have a moderate level of experience.
An exciting and fast-paced class for experienced ballet students.
A fun, rhythmic class, Adult Beginning/Intermediate Tap is perfect for adults new to dance or those with experience in other dance forms who would like to learn the basics of tap.
Go barefoot and get grounded. Learn the ins & outs of a basic modern class – fall, recover, suspend, contract, release, and much more.
A series of hour-long classes offered throughout the week at convenient times for busy lives.
Complete Fall/Spring Schedule.
A workshop and event series designed to let adult dancers go deeper into their studies. The workshops offer in-depth exploration of specific styles and approaches to dance, from classical repertoire to original choreography. The performances showcase the creations from the workshops as well as other dance pieces choreographed by CCD teachers and students.
Dance:Found 2014-15 Events
Saturday, October 11 at 7pm. Learn about the Dance:Found program and this year's choreographers and their performance projects at a fun party + info session. Enjoy tasty refreshments, try on different dance styles and approaches, and sign up for your favorite projects!
2015 Dance:Found Show
Sunday, March 8 at 2pm & 6pm. We've moved the final performance to early March so that all of us with summer vacations, kids out of school, etc. can get in on the fun! Come to the Mixer to hear all about participation requirements.
Dance:Found Pillow Performance
Summer 2015 (date TBA). An informal get-together, a place to experiment with your own choreography, a forum to chat about next year's Dance:Found program. B.Y.O. Pillow!
Dance:Found 2014-15 Workshops
Note: The workshops begin the process of preparing a work for the Dance:Found final performance on March 14, 2015. Workshop students aren't required to perform - but for most students, putting the work on stage is the perfect way to culminate the workshop experience. After each workshop ends, weekly rehearsals will continue in the same time slot as the workshop was held, so if you want to perform the finished work in March please plan on attending rehearsals through January and February.
Contemporary Repertory Workshop with Patrick Mueller
Tuesdays 7:45 - 9pm, October 21 - December 2. Participate in the creation of a new dance! In a collaborative process with instructor Patrick Mueller, we'll work through personal assignments to create a work in the dance-theatre style. The process involves a lot of personal coaching and individual challenge. The theme of the work will develop in dialog with participants, looking for common threads within individual experiences. The resulting work will be performed at the Dance:Found 2015 performances on March 7-8.
$85 for workshop (registration required, no drop-ins)
Classical Repertory Workshop with Karen Shanley
Sundays 11:30am - 1:30pm, October 12 – November 16. Deepen your dance abilities and knowledge by learning variations in the style of ballet classics! This year's project is "Americana" – introducing students to 20th century American choreographers’ new approaches in themes, styling, and movement vocabulary. Ballets such as Rodeo (Agnes DeMille), Western Symphony (George Balanchine), Fancy Free (Jerome Robbins), and Deuce Coupe (Twyla Tharp) created their own “American” vocabulary to reflect the times and energy of our country. From gunslingin' showdowns to the Beach Boys, "Americana" promises to be a rousing ode to our nation's rich ballet history. Each session will begin with a warm-up and then move into “rehearsal” mode. The resulting work will be performed at the Dance:Found 2015 performances on March 7-8.
$120 for workshop (registration required, no drop-ins)
Serving the greater dance community throughout the Denver metro area, CCD's Professionals Program offers local dance professionals affordable rentals, daily technique classes, and long term residencies within CCD. Designed to support local artists, this program reflects CCD's commitment to building and sustaining the arts within our community. Click here for more information and to see a class schedule.