Ballet with Kenny Larson
May 31st - June 28th
Ballet is coming to The Muse with Kenny Larson!
Starting this off as a 5-week workshop series every Wednesday from 1-3pm beginning May 31st.
$60 for all 5 weeks (Comes out to only $12/class!)
$15 for drop-ins
Limited spots available. Register now to save your place!
Kenny Larson began his career with the National Ballet of Canada, where he worked with such dance legends as Erik Bruhn, Rudolph Nureyev, and Peter Schaufuss. Following a period in Europe with the Dutch National ballet, he was Principal Dancer with Les Grands Ballets Canadiens for several years. He has been featured as an international guest artist with companies and at galas throughout the U.S., Europe, Asia, and Russia.
After retiring to concentrate on a growing passion for teaching, Kenny was guest teacher for many companies and schools. Currently based in New York, Kenny has gained recognition for his distinctive class structure and personal approach to students.
Dynamic Rope with Emiliano Ron
July 11-13 6:30-9:30pm
The Rope material of Emiliano Ron is focused on dynamic movement, such as beats, tempos and releases; and power movement requiring coordinated core strength. Many of the movements are unique and Emiliano is a leading contributor to the art of Corde Lisse. During the course, Emiliano will provide ample demonstration physically in addition to verbal instruction and correction.
The three days of work will build on one another, but students are also welcome to participate in any 2 days of their choice. There will be multiple ropes available at the course, lots of opportunity for one-on-one instruction from Emiliano and also plenty of time to practice the movements on your own. Videos of his work, both training and performance are included in the links below.
Tireless spirit, Emiliano’s particular lifestyle has taken him to teach and perform in places as diverse as India, Sweden, Palestine, Israel, USA, Mexico, Austria, Argentina, Germany, Colombia, UK, Italy, Hungary, France, China, Costa Rica, Greece, Belgium,Brazil, Iceland, etc… With an academic background in Cinematography Arts (Editor and Director of Photography) and great passion for martial arts, punk rock, books and skateboarding, he decided to give up everything and become a circus performer.
He has become a living legend of the Rope, and divides his profession as an artist and teacher; The creation of new movements and the development of an eccentric, unique and particular style. A rope freak.