City Bound is all about creating dance, movement, and connection around the city and has been since the announcement of our 2019-2020 Season. Launching our programs amidst the interruption of COVID-19, we’ve had to shift perspectives. Our theme, however, of serving Baton Rouge through dance is certainly the same! Here are things you can expect from your dancers around the city:
On March 26th, OMC published the teaser for a new online dance project. Through movement interviews filmed around the globe, we will create a collaborative work that captures the isolation and experiences of artists and arts organizations everywhere. https://www.ofmovingcolors.org/movementinterviews
Private Classes Offered
OMC has yoga, stretching, gyrokinesis, modern, jazz and JAM teachers available for private and family sessions on Zoom and Skype to keep you moving. Learn more at https://www.ofmovingcolors.org/privatetraining.
The Keersmaeker Project
Join us as we create Baton Rouge’s version of the internationally famous choreography project (re:Rosas) by Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker. https://www.ofmovingcolors.org/rerosas.
Take five or ten minutes for your body and experience one of our IttyBitty dance, wellness or movement classes by instructors and choreographers from around the country. Learn more at https://www.ofmovingcolors.org/ittybitty.
Dance for Parkinson’s
We remain committed to our participants through movement and on-line connections. With resources from the national Dance for PD’s at Home digital classes, we’re inspired to keep moving. Join us! https://www.ofmovingcolors.org/danceforparkinsons
OMC is maintaining relationships with the children in our programs and offering opportunities through the Keersmaeker Project, IttyBittys and online chats and classes. https://www.ofmovingcolors.org/youth
Our dancers continue to develop their trade as performers, technicians, educators and creators.