Rebekah Hampton Barger, Artistic Director of Nashville's first aeriel contemporary dance company FALL, offers a ballet class tailored to the needs of contemporary dancers.
March 9-13 | Monday-Friday from 9:30-11 AM @ Houston Station
Ballet for Contemporary Dancers follows the progression of a traditional ballet class and uses mental and physical concepts associated with contemporary dance to inform and reinvigorate the dancer's approach to classical ballet technique.
Full Workshop | 5 sessions $50
Drop In | Single 1.5 hour session $12
New Dialect accepts cash, credit, or check made payable to New Dialect. There is no online or pre-registration required for this workshop. Doors open at 9 AM. Please be sure to arrive with plenty of time to sign in and warm up before class begins.
Houston Station, 434 Houston Street, Nashville, TN 37203
In 2010 Rebekah Hampton Barger relocated to Nashville after spending time in Oklahoma City, OK as a company member and choreographer with modern and aerial dance company Perpetual Motion Dance, and a guest performer and faculty instructor with the Oklahoma City Ballet. Upon arriving in Nashville, Rebekah founded FALL, Nashville’s first aerial and contemporary dance company. Drawing on her multi-disciplinary background Rebekah’s work blends classical and contemporary dance with a mix of aerial fabric and invented structures, examining how the use of various apparatus’ can provide a broader range of movement possibilities, create opportunities to explore more dimensions in space, and challenge dancers to experience gravity and their own physicality in new ways.
In addition to directing FALL, Rebekah is a company member with Company Rose, the ballet program director at Ann Carroll School of Dance, a guest instructor for New Dialect’s Contemporary Cross-Training Series, and a resident artist with abrasiveMedia.