The Valley Women’s Club of San Lorenzo Valley

Isadora Duncan Dance Workshop

A Movement Workshop
in the Style of Isadora Duncan

Presented by the VWC Women’s Solutions Committee

October 17th, 2021 • 1:00–4:00 PM

Park Hall • 9400 Mill Street, Ben Lomond, CA
$25 for workshop participants

Warm-up and recreate 4–5 original Isadora Duncan dances:

Ava Maria • Sway • Furies • Lullaby • Garland Dance

Please bring water and wear comfortable, loose clothing. Tunics supplied. Kindly bring proof of vaccine.

The Valley Women's Club Women’s Solutions Committee has been pleased to host Bay Area Duncan dance historian, teacher, and performer, Lois Ann Flood in annual workshops at Park Hall in Ben Lomond. Lois has been performing the exquisite dances of Isadora Duncan for over 20 years. Her interpretations are widely recognized for their dynamic, expressive and dramatic qualities. She is also acknowledged for her sensitive and profound musicality as she creates visual music through movement. She has performed and taught master classes in NYC, Paris and San Francisco. Lois is well known in the Northern California area, where she performs lecture/dance programs at theaters, museums, and colleges.

Connie DeNault is a dance historian, teacher, choreographer and VWC Emeritus.

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