Musical Theatre Dance Master Class

 
 
Musical Theatre Dance. Ramon Flowers
Saturday April 29th,  3-4:30 pm: MASTER CLASS @ Hotel Vetro
Original Broadway Choreography
Structured just like musical theatre dance classes at NYC studios, students will learn
original Broadway choreography from a style of musical theatre.
Musical Theatre Dance classes focus on establishing strong dance technique,
increasing strength, flexibility, and endurance, learning the dance vocabulary used in musical theatre, building musical theatre dance repertoire of Broadway choreography. $10
 
 
 
 
 
Ramon Flowers is a renowned dancer/singer/actor/teacher/choreographer/activist. Flowers began his formal dance training on scholarship at both the School for the Pennsylvania Ballet, and later attended the School of American Ballet. Four years after joining the Pennsylvania Ballet Company, as the first African-American male dancer, he moved to Europe as a principal ballet dancer for 12 Years. He spent seven years with the legendary, internationally renowned Maurice Béjart, performing in major cities in over 60 countries on every continent. He later moved to Germany to dance with William Forsythe, director of the Frankfurt Ballet, and then to Madrid to work with choreographer Nacho Duato and the Compañía Nacional de Danza de España. He returned to North America to dance with Montreal`s Les Grands Ballets Canadiens, where repertoire encompassed pieces by all the choreographers for whom he’d danced in Europe, as well as the works of George Balanchine, which were very familiar to him because of his first training as a teenage student. He then left Canada to return to his first love for dance, musical theatre, and was featured in several Broadway shows, including Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake, Cats, The Lion King, The Green Bird, The Boy From Oz, and Hot Feet, as well as National Tours, commercials, film, and Television. Ramon is a current MFA candidate at the University of Iowa, with anticipated graduation in May, 2017.
 
 
 

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