The dance of Isadora Duncan is highly adaptable for different populations, levels of experience, and ages. It may be looked at purely through the lens of dance history focusing on it’s basis as modern dance in the 20th century or, for professional track dancers, the technique and repertoire provide a new perspective to students of ballet and contemporary dance. The underlying creative movement aspect of the work brings experimentation and body awareness to children, non-dancers and those who may benefit from dance as a therapeutic experience.
Catherine Gallant and members of Dances by Isadora have lead masterclasses and workshops bringing this dance of breath and spirit to students across the globe.
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