Event Creator: This Elder Circle has been cancelled for the rest of the year (2015).
Visited this artist in Bisbee and he is RUDE...just flat-out RUDE!!! I have never experienced anything quite like this self-important goofball!
Among the FREE workshops being offered are:
Playing for Dances w/ Jaige & Adam
Exploring the basics of providing music for a contra dance. How to select appropriate repertoire; understanding the musical structure and how it relates to the dance; interacting with the caller; and learning the language of contra dance choreography. Bring your instruments!
Appalachian Flatfooting w/ Matthew
Part of a broad spectrum of overlapping traditions which includes tap, swing, and Charleston, Appalachian flatfooting and clogging are a blend of European, West African, and American Indian dances. While tap is often associated with jazz, clogging and flatfooting have close ties to Appalachian old time music. Exploring the highly improvisational nature of these traditions, we will draw from both clogging and flatfooting vocabulary and examine the places where these forms intersect and overlap. We will explore phrasing, musicality and economy of motion to acquire a solid foundation of rhythmic building blocks. A great class for students of any level; from beginners who want fast-paced steps and improv drills, to advanced dancers who want to hone their technique, facility and repertoire. No previous experience necessary. Leather-soled shoes are recommended but not required.
Body Rhythms w/ Matthew
Many vernacular dance forms have a tradition in which the human body is the primary instrument. Matthew’s style of body percussion is inspired by hambone, new “body music” ensembles like Stomp and Brazil-based Barbatuques, African-American stepping and other dance traditions. Students will explore polyrhythmic patterns of clapping, snapping, and stepping, in which a focus on musicality makes for a delicious musical movement-experience. A great class for students of any level from beginners to advanced dancers.
Melody Playing for Dances w/ Jaige & Adam
Discover why some tunes work better for contra than others and learn how to reconstruct melodies to make them dance-friendly. The scope of this workshop also includes creating “sets”, evaluating how well two tunes go together in a medley and navigating segues; the responsibilities of a melody player; counter-melodies and harmonies. All instruments welcome.
Laying the Groove w/ Adam and Matthew
Every instrument is a rhythm instrument. This workshop presents exercises and examples to develop solid foundational support for dance music. Topics include matching the pulse to the characteristics of the dance choreography, “swinging” the beat, considering tempo, and discovering the “groove” in both melody and back-up patterns. All instruments welcome!
Allowing Movement w/ Jaige
This workshop presents an opportunity to explore habitual movement and response patterns in a fun and enlightening way... learn how to undo unnecessary tension and encourage a lightness of being that allows movement to happen without the effort, fatigue or pain we so commonly become accustomed to. Discover a graceful ease of mobility and experience greater freedom.
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The Mission Garden is fabulous. Check it out!
Winter hours (December through March) are 12 pm to 4 pm on Saturdays; summer hours (April through November) are 8 am to 12 pm on Saturdays.
It was AWESOME!
Located between speedway and elm, & Country Club and Campbell
Happening in Vail tomorrow!!!!
this event is an annual event
every last Saturday in March
Chinese Health Day in Tucson
9:00 am -- 1:00 pm
Saturday April 4th, 2015
University of Arizona Mall
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday March 2, 2015
Contact: Dr. Larry Lang, (520) 626-5124, firstname.lastname@example.org
TUCSON − To promote healthy lifestyles and overall wellbeing and to increase cross-cultural awareness on the University of Arizona campus and in surrounding communities, the Confucius Institute at the University of Arizona will once again convene its annual “Chinese Health Day” on April 4th, 2015, co-sponsored by the University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health.
This unique event includes information-sharing on health services, health assessments and screening, Chinese massage, hands-on training of CPR, healthy lifestyle games and demonstrations, performances of Chinese martial arts, music and dance, and introductions to Traditional Chinese Medicine. A healthy Chinese food preparation show and Chinese food tasting are new highlights of this event. A traditional Chinese Lion Dance, fashion show, calligraphy exhibition, tips on taking photos of martial arts customs and Easter egg paining with Chinese characters are some examples of exciting activities that will be featured.
Professor Zhao Chen, co-director of the Confucius Institute at the University of Arizona, (CIUA) said “In recent years, more K-12 school students and community members are learning Chinese, and people’s interest in Chinese medicine and martial arts for optimal health is also growing. CIUA is very glad to share Chinese wellness culture and practice with Tucson communities. It is a fun day for people of all ages to enjoy the beautiful Tucson spring and to experience health promotion activities.”
“CIUA has designed Chinese Health Day to appeal to as many constituencies as possible. We are extremely happy to have many partners joining us to present health exhibitions, lectures, interactive activities and performances. We believe that everyone will find something to captivate their attention and expand their horizons at the events and performances which range from music to taiji,” said Professor John Olsen, CIUA Co-director.
9:00 am Exhibitions and games open
9:30 am Musical performance
10:00 am Chinese Lion Dance
10:20 am Opening ceremony
10:30 am Dance performance and fashion show
11:00 am Chinese martial arts
12:00 noon Lecture—Traditional Chinese medicine and health
1:00 pm Closing
The 2015 Chinese Health Day is located on the University of Arizona Mall - along East University Boulevard, stretching from Old Main to east of Cherry Avenue.
Event Creator: Time has changed. It is now 9:30 am to 10:30 am every 2nd Tuesday until further notice.
Let us see the best of Virginia Woolf instead of the precious and indeterminate moments represented in this production. Language and lyricisms are part but not all of the memorable. The memorable has something to do with lingering significances.
This group has changed to every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month from 4:30-6:00. We now meet at Peppi's House (TMC Hospice) at 2715 N Wyatt Dr., Tucson AZ 85712. Please call Judith or Nancy at
520-324-2438 for more information. Thank you.
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They are amazing and great with kids. I wish I knew about this program sooner
Event Creator: The recurring dates have changed: Every 2nd Monday of each month, at 11 AM.
Something for everyone!
The perfect way to improve on a Monday. Kick back with a great cocktail, munch on a few appetizers and listen to the unbelievable talent of Phil Davis
I have experienced Death Monologues several times and it's an amazing blend: life-engaged and death-centric simultaneously. Whether you want to address your fears, work through end of life issues, get in touch with your grief or just have a new view of death, you will find yourself in a more enlightened state afterward.
In this beautiful performance, Death shines without diminishing Life's glow in the least.
Fill the auditoriums! Tell your friends! Start the conversations!
Forward-thinkers, the merely curious and death aficionados...you simply must not miss it.
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