location-map Internationally-renowned contemporary dance company Gallim Dance offers a range of weekly and monthly movement and improvisation classes, yoga workshops, open rehearsals, informal performances, and artist residencies. Experience Gallim Dance’s immersive movement and process, and the vibrant creative voice of its Artistic Director, Andrea Miller.
December 15th – 19th | 10am – 5pmMonday – Friday | $425 early bird – $500 on November 15thDiscover Gallim Dance’s distinct movement and process during its weeklong Winter Intensive for advanced pre-professional and professional dancers. Classes are designed to develop the creative voice of each participant through structured technique classes, improvisational and compositional labs, and performance studies. Participants will experience Gallim’s unique world of movement while building their own creative voices within a supportive, yet rigorous environment. Special Guest Teachers to be announced soon!



FALL SEASON (Classes Begin again on Monday November 3rd)
November 3 – December 5th, 2014
Every Monday + Wednesday | 10 – 11:15 AM
In a series of immersive improvisational experiments students build road maps to self-discovery. This class is inspired by Gallim’s collective discoveries in physical therapy, traditional movement techniques, Ballim, Gaga, and Miller’s choreographic works. Each class develops students technical growth through a sensitive and imaginative conversation between the muscular, nervous, skeletal, and cognitive systems.
60:40 Pilates to Ballet
October 30th – November 20th
Tuesdays + Thursdays | 10:30 AM – 12 PM

This class is aimed at bridging supplementary training and ballet class. We begin with about 55 minutes of somatic-based pilates and fundamental conditioning exercises, then move to vertical for a 35 minute basic ballet class. Set, simple combinations help dancers attend to changes they are attempting to make in their posture, alignment, coordination, mechanics, etc. and also provides a bit of cardio challenge. By the end of class, we pull it all together and move through space to music, learn complex choreography, and indulge artistic impulses, all while simultaneously maintaining good mechanics!

Ellie Kusner is a Bessie Award winning performer currently teaching various dance forms at Hofstra University, as well as pilates at The Juilliard School, NY Theater Ballet, and privately to dancers and non-dancers throughout the city. She was trained at Boston Ballet, where she performed with the company in countless productions, and at Barnard College, from which holds her BA. She has worked with a wide array of choreographers including Pam Tanowitz, Ellen Cornfield, Mark Morris (at the Met Opera), Meredith Monk, Nilas Martins, Anne Zuerner and many others. She recently earned an MSc in Dance Science from Trinity Laban, London, UK and as an independent lecturer on Dancer Health and Wellness, has presented from coast to coast and internationally.Class reflects Ellie’s anatomical knowledge, contemporary aesthetic sensibility, slight flare for the dramatic, and the total joy she finds in technical precision.

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$17 / class

Free Admission
Movement Invention Lab explores movement that encourages mind/body connectivity, imagination & athleticism through the spirit of play and focused pursuits. Classes begin with a rigorous Gallim warm-up & continue with improvisatory games. This lab seeks to develop tools in movement invention useful in the creative process and fosters critical dialogue about movement & art.

Monthly showings of new works & existing repertory performed by Gallim’s award-winning ensemble. A great opportunity to get closer to the artistic process.

Gibney Dance / Intensive with Andrea Miller 
October 20 – 24 / Monday – Friday / 2 – 6 PM
Intensive: $180
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November 10 – 21 / Monday, Wednesday, and Friday/ 2:30 – 4:30 PM
Single Class: $21
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Gallim Dance’s Clinton Hill arts community engagement program is generously supported by the National Endowment for the Arts. Additionally, this program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.
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Gallim Dance’s Open Rehearsal and Movement Invention Lab series is generously supported by the Mary Duke Biddle Foundation
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