BrockusED

Youth / Adult

After School youth /  Summer Intensive Youth

Summer and Winter Intensives Adult professional level / Master Classes

@ BPS 618 B Moulton Ave, LA CA 90031

  • Adult Summer Master Class Series

  • Youth Summer Programs

  • In School Programs

  • After School Programs

  • Summer and Winter Adult professional intensives

  • ROOTs classic modern to today's contemporary - special focus series

MASTER CLASS Summer Series

next up this fall

- Complexions master Class  &  szalt (danceco) master class

Peter Chung

July 14, 1:00-3:00 

at BPS 618 B Moulton Ave #B LA 90031

  $20    cash at door or paypal

$20

cash at door or paypal

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • peterandco.org/about

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  • Class Description: 

    Melding contemporary dance forms with the classical structures of the ballet line, dancers will dive into the intention of movement as a partnership with time, and the ability to work against it. The class will begin with a process-based guided warm-up, followed by learning stylized repertory phrasework unifying the sensibilities of musicality, rhythm, and pulse. Intended for advanced/professional and pre-professional dancers.

  • Bio: 

    Peter Cheng is a New York City based dancer originally from San Francisco, CA. During his studies at UC Santa Barbara, he trained under the direction of Christopher Pilafian (Jennifer Muller/The Works), Nancy Colahan (Lar Lubovitch Dance Company), and Tonia Shimin (Sokolow Theatre/Dance Ensemble).  After earning his BFA, Peter continued his professional training with Alonzo King LINES Ballet, ODC/Dance, San Francisco Conservatory of Dance, Post:Ballet, Sidra Bell Dance New York, Visceral Dance Chicago, and Springboard Danse Montréal. Cheng has performed works by Nick Pupillo, Mónica Cervantes, Stijn Celis, Sharon Eyal, Caili Quan (BalletX), and konverjdans.  His work has been presented on the West Coast at ODC Theater, the Seattle International Dance Festival, Center Stage Theater, Nebula Dance Lab, SAFEhouse for the Performing Arts, and across New York City at CPRNY, 92nd Y/Harkness Dance Center, The Ailey Studios, Judson Memorial Church, 14th Street Y, and Dixon Place.  peterandco.org

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  • DanceMOVES     teens

ages 11-18

June 17-29

Programs for both pre-professional and Dance Camp students

Child of a Vet or Active Service member ? then FREE tuition thanks to California Arts Council Grant

Information and enrollment : BrockusED@gmail.com

 

  New Perspectives    teens

Well rounded after school program for middle and high school students both beginner and intermedaite

FREE - thanks to a grant from the California Arts Council

8 week sessions next start is in Aug 2018

For registration information Contact

Esmeralda..DanceinLa@gmail .com

Brockus.DanceinLA@gmail.com

 New Perspectives Testimonials     (PARENT)  “To start, I would like to say a huge THANK YOU for this opportunity that has allowed my son Derion to experience life at a whole new level.  Ms. Deb and her crew have been an eye opener to my son as a new horizon.  He has learned so much about not only dance but how much as individuals relate to arts…The field trips and the exposure to rhythmic patterns, the flow of water, the pounce of animals and being able to bring objects in our home to life has been so much fun.  I would LOVE to continue with this program and hopefully broaden this with the other children as well.”       - Tameka Graham - Parent        (PARENT)  “From the moment Mart was dancing at school, she really felt she belong to a group, making first new friends but most importantly start knowing yourself.  Since the moment from her first coming home with news on the dance class she was over the moon from excitement and felt strong in what she can achieve.  Will she be a great dancer? For us that was never the goal but to see Marit change was a real joy.”     - Robert and Esther Wilhelm - Parents     (STUDENT)  “So after we were done talking in a circle, it was time to dance! I was really excited and nervous at the same time.  So we started dancing.  When we were moving around I felt so alive and I felt like I could accomplish anything… The next day at class I was trying so hard to touch my toes it was a goal I would not stop until it was done.  Every time in class when we did stuff on the floor I would try and touch my toes.  Then instead of just learning two dances another teacher came in.  It thought  to myself OMG!!!! Three teachers, that’s amazing!!! “I’m going to be the best dancer in the world,” I thought to myself.  After class was over I went home and told my mom how cool it was that there was three teachers!!!!”     - Layla Valdez - Student

New Perspectives Testimonials

 

(PARENT)

“To start, I would like to say a huge THANK YOU for this opportunity that has allowed my son Derion to experience life at a whole new level.  Ms. Deb and her crew have been an eye opener to my son as a new horizon.  He has learned so much about not only dance but how much as individuals relate to arts…The field trips and the exposure to rhythmic patterns, the flow of water, the pounce of animals and being able to bring objects in our home to life has been so much fun.  I would LOVE to continue with this program and hopefully broaden this with the other children as well.”  

 

- Tameka Graham - Parent

 

 

(PARENT)

“From the moment Mart was dancing at school, she really felt she belong to a group, making first new friends but most importantly start knowing yourself.  Since the moment from her first coming home with news on the dance class she was over the moon from excitement and felt strong in what she can achieve.  Will she be a great dancer? For us that was never the goal but to see Marit change was a real joy.”

 

- Robert and Esther Wilhelm - Parents

 

(STUDENT)

“So after we were done talking in a circle, it was time to dance! I was really excited and nervous at the same time.  So we started dancing.  When we were moving around I felt so alive and I felt like I could accomplish anything… The next day at class I was trying so hard to touch my toes it was a goal I would not stop until it was done.  Every time in class when we did stuff on the floor I would try and touch my toes.  Then instead of just learning two dances another teacher came in.  It thought  to myself OMG!!!! Three teachers, that’s amazing!!! “I’m going to be the best dancer in the world,” I thought to myself.  After class was over I went home and told my mom how cool it was that there was three teachers!!!!”

 

- Layla Valdez - Student