Choreography I

Dance 222

Usual Description

This class focuses on methods of generating material and shaping movement phrases toward the creation of solos and small group dances. Weekly studies are assigned, exploring the use of space, gesture, dynamics, rhythm, shape and texture. Methods of composition include use of improvisation as well as an introduction to the basic forms of theme and variation, canon and repetition. Readings, discussions and performances are required.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Dance 222 Taught by Alysia Ramos
Dance 222 Taught by Nusha Martynuk
Dance 222 Taught by Nusha Martynuk
Dance 222 Taught by Nusha Martynuk
Dance 222 Taught by Nusha Martynuk
Dance 222 Taught by Nusha Martynuk
Dance 222 Taught by Nusha Martynuk
Dance 222 Taught by Nusha Martynuk