Horton with Victor Talledos, Alonzo King LINES Dance Center

Date

Oct 19 2020

Time

Eastern Time
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Labels

Zoom

Cost

Pay-what-you-can: $8, $15, $25
DETAILS:

Live online classes at LINES provide simple lessons and modifications for accessibility at multiple levels, but come ready to be challenged and grow.

Learn more & register: https://linesballet.org/dance-center/classes/

Victor Talledos began his dance training at “Conservatorio de Danza” in Mexico City, graduated from “Escuela Superior de Musica y Danza de Monterrey” Monterrey, Mexico; in 2008 moved to NYC to attend the Ailey School for an intensive dance program. He has performed for “Proyectos en Movimiento” dance company and “Ballet Moderno de Mexico-Las Bestias” in Mexico, joined “J. Chen Project” in NYC. In 2010 moved to San Francisco to become part of the Bay Area Dance community and has worked for “Robert Moses’ Kin Contemporary Dance” ,“Copious Dance Theater”, “Labayen Dance San Francisco”, “Man Dance Company”, “Alayo Dance Company”, “The Anata Project”, “RAWDance SF” among others; as a choreographer Victor has shown his work at the Ailey Citigroup Theater, Dance New Amsterdam for the “Latin Choreographers Festival” in NYC, at the Garage Art Space, Dance Mission Theater and has been a guest choreographer for Labayen Dance, Copious Dance Theater and Emote Dance Theater. Victor has taught various techniques in places like Alonzo King Lines San Francisco Dance Center, ODC commons, Shawl Anderson Dance Center, Westlake School for the Performing Arts, master classes at Stanford University and workshops in Amarillo, Texas, Mexico City and Monterrey. Besides being a dancer, Victor is also a photographer, visual artist and part time model.

Instagram: @linesdancecenter


Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Oct 19 2020
  • Time: 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

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