“Ballet dancers have a singular approach to a step. But in Gaga you figure out that there’s more than one way to lift your arm—and then you do that with every part of your body.”
In Pointe‘s August/September “On The Side” column, Ballet San Jose dancer Jeremy Kovitch, talks about how Gaga, a movement style created by Batsheva’s Ohad Naharin, transformed the way he approaches movement and helped him tackle technical problems. If you were intrigued, you now have a rare opportunity to learn the technique from the creator himself. Batsheva is coming to the Joyce Theater in New York City next week, and during their time here, Naharin is offering Gaga master classes at Peridance.
Tuesday, September 28 at 11:30
Thursday September 30 at 11:30
Friday, October 1 at 2:30
Single classes are $20 for Peridance students and $25 for non-Peridance students.