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Click here to use Rosemary's feedback form. _____________________________________________________________________________"Rosemary is really inspiring and excellent workshop provider. I have never had a teacher with quite so much depth of understanding about the body and the way it moves and the way we can be articulate and intelligent as dancers and teachers of such an art form. I attended all three workshops. Not only did I learn about the importance of the language used when teaching and the vocabulary of dance, but also I gained some great tips on choreographic possibilities and how I ...
Movement and Music
The nature of the relationship between Movement and Music in the classroom My interest lies in examining the relationship between the structure of music and dance with a view to identifying relationships between sound and motion that might inform and enrich the explicit and implicit dialogue between dancers, accompanists and teachers in classroom practice. Musicality, an essential quality for the dancer, is often considered to be the gift of the talented few, and not something which must and can be explicitly addressed and taught in terms of dance technique. The role of the musical acco...
Choreological Studies
Choreology studies human movement as the raw material of dance. It endorses the widespread opinion that movement used in dance is based directly upon the movement of everyday life and that therefore knowledge of this is crucial to the understanding of dance. 1.The Structural Model. The structural model views the human body from a structural perspective, not an anatomical, physiological, psychological, or sociological perspective. What is revealed by the model is that the structure of the body's movement is inextricably linked to the structure of the body with its torso, limbs, head,...
About Rosemary
Rosemary is a qualified practical choreologist. She acquired her skills through years of experience as a professional dancer and teacher of dance and through study for a Masters degree at the Laban Centre, London, in 1986. After lecturing at the Laban Centre for several years, where she developed her unique approach to choreology, Rosemary responded to invitations from other London-based institutions and dance centres abroad. Since 1992 her work has made a distinct contribution to dance education. Her work involves lecturing, teaching, and contributing to dance study prog...