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Workshop with Joe Williams
Transform your movement arts and your self, from within.
Returning November 4, 5, and 6: Joe Williams
insights into the practice of harmonizing body, mind, and spirit.
Next up for the Celebration, Joe Williams
will present a lecture / demonstration which explores Delsarte implications in several familiar works of fine art and dance.
Last August 5th and 6th, as part of the International Delsarte Bicentennial Celebration in France, Germany, and Vermont, Franck Waille, Joe Williams
and Megan Davis presented a lecture / demonstration exploring the Delsarte implications in Ted Shawn's Modern dance solo, Gnossienne.
His studies of the Delsarte Expressive Body Training in 2005-06 with Joe Williams
was one of the main elements of his doctoral thesis, Corps, arts et spiritualité chez François Delsarte (1811-1871) (2009), which takes into account the historical, artistic, spiritual, metaphysical and physiological aspects of Delsarte's life and teachings.
Past workshop descriptions: Joe
is delighted to have offered these programs, and will be returning soon to teach again.
Let us know if you have an interest in understanding movement, as Joe
is available to teach sessions in, for example: Conflict Resolution and Mediation Practices, Vocal training for singers, Movement for all styles of Dance, Yoga, Public Speaking... we'll help you organize a workshop here in the studio for your group, company, or we can schedule private sessions.
taught on the movement faculty of the Dalcroze Institute at Juilliard
for six consecutive summers.
will share some of the fun and innovative movement games that were used to vibrantly enliven musicality for musicians, dancers and teachers.
says: "The Three Pillars approach teaches how body, mind, and spirit are not abstract principles but show themselves in every part of your body and every movement you make.
Whether your style is ballet, modern, jazz, folkloric or social dance, you will see that all dance steps and gestures are various words from the alphabet of those three principles.
Delsarte's principles of gesture are a powerful tool for developing body awareness for any number of ends."
has been creating workshops and seminars on Delsarte since 1997.
Williams has taught Master Classes for the Dance Department at Iowa State University, Wright State University, Ocean County Performing Arts Academy in NJ, Corporeal arts Inc. and at the Omaha Healing Arts Center.
A teacher of dance, voice and yoga, Joe has a BA in organizational and interpersonal communications and a minor in theater from Wright State University, where he was the artistic director for the "Rolling Stock" theater group, helping to write and produce touring shows that presented the talents of differently-abled students.
He was a scholarship student in ballet at the Dayton Ballet and Dayton Contemporary Dance schools.
And Joe Williams is THE acknowledged expert on Delsarte!