Faculty Profile Bryan Strimpel-Baira // Baira MVMNT PHLOSPHY

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    Bryan Strimpel-Baira // Baira MVMNT PHLOSPHY

    Contemporary


    Intermediate
    Wednesdays 6:00- 7:30PM










    Bio



    Bryan Strimpel, a native Michigander, is the Co-Artistic Director for B.S. Movement alongside Shaina Branfman. The company has presented its work throughout New York City since in 2012. Bryan is a graduate of Wayne State University with a B.F.A in dance. He has performed and taught around the world in places such as: Colombia, South Korea, Turkey, Tajikistan, and Armenia; as well as throughout New York City. He has danced with Nicholas Leichter Dance, Brian Brooks Moving Company, and David Dorfman Dance. He is a member of The Feath3r Theory and currently performs with ThirdRailProjects. Bryan was an Adjunct Professor of Dance at LIU Brooklyn and he teaches regularly in New York City. He is honored to have been selected as one of Dance Magazine's 'Top 25 to Watch' for 2013.

    Class Description



    In class we will research the use of momentum, weight, and successive articulation of our bodies into and out of the floor. We will give value to our differences as catalyst for clarity and deeper understanding of the movement, both physically and theoretically. With a strong emphasis on initiation and release we will work together, through practice and discussion, to build a communal understanding of how the movement is applicable to every body. In the final portion of class we will exercise our responsibility to be perceptive decision makers. We will use our understanding of the movement accumulated throughout class as a vehicle to put into practice our awareness and ability to respond to what is happening around us.

    Photo Credit: Effy Grey | effyography
                    Week of: May 20, 2019 - May 26, 2019