Contemporary with Victor Talledos, Robert Moses’ Kin
Physically, mentally and artistically challenging, this contemporary class incorporates ideas from a variety of dance forms and techniques. We’ll work on rhythm, musicality, speed, precision and encourage dancers to explore their individual voices. Starting with a simple warm up to connect with our bodies, class will build up to a movement phrase that will allow dancers to move in an expansive and expressive way even with the space limitations that we might encounter. Ideal for Intermediate and Advanced Dancers.
Victor Talledos (Contemporary) is an international artist based in San Francisco. He began his dance training at Conservatorio de Danza in Mexico City, graduated from Escuela Superior de Música y Danza de Monterrey in Monterrey, Mexico, and received additional training from the Ailey School. Victor has performed for Proyectos en Movimiento dance company and Ballet Moderno de México-Las Bestias in Mexico. In 2010, Victor moved to San Francisco, where he has danced with Robert Moses’ Kin, Copious Dance Theater, Labayen Dance San Francisco, Alayo Dance Company, The Anata Project, RAWDance SF, amongst others. As a choreographer, Victor has shown his work at organizations including Ailey Citigroup Theater, Dance New Amsterdam, Dance Mission Theater, Safe House Arts, Cowell Theater, Labayen Dance, Copious Dance Theater and Emote Dance Theater. Victor is currently on faculty at Alonzo King LINES Ballet and Berkeley Ballet Theater and has taught at ODC Dance Commons, Shawl Anderson Dance Center, Stanford University, Mills College, The Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts (SOTA), and City College of San Francisco.
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