Garden Dances Public Performance

Come see the final presentation of "Garden Dances!" Please wear comfortable walking shoes as this will be an immersive moving performance tour throughout the Horsford Gardens and Nursery. Featuring dancers Elizabeth Seyler, Patrick Ford, Candace Fugazy, Emily Mott, Christina Moore and Jenna Giguere! Directed by Hanna Satterlee. Rain or Shine. Follow route 7 and look for the big green Horsford sign on your right if traveling south, on your left if traveling north. Wind down the driveway following signs for parking “Employee Parking” lot.
We will meet at the Gazebo at 7:15pm, as the performance will begin promptly at 7:30pm.
All proceeds from this performance will benefit the Vermont Dance Alliance!

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Choreographer and dancer Hanna Satterlee grew up in East Montpelier, Vermont and has spent many years traveling through dance, both nationally and internationally. Hanna has produced her own choreographic and dance installation work, and has performed with professional companies in Vienna Austria, Stolzenhagen Germany, Baltimore, Manhattan, Brooklyn, San Francisco and throughout the state of Vermont. In May 2017 Hanna founded the Vermont Dance Alliance, with a strong belief that the culture of dance will continue to flourish and expand throughout the edges of our beautiful state. Hanna serves as the Executive Director, both managing a statewide network of dance artists, partners and patrons, as well as producing and curating high-quality dance events and opportunities for the public. Hanna is as passionate for the form of dance as she is in connecting people to it. Hanna holds degrees and certifications in dance therapy, psychology, performance, choreography, vinyassa/yin/restorative yoga, non-profit management and arts integration. Hanna shares these passions as an intergenerational educator, interdisciplinary performer and collaborator, experimental curator and event producer. Join Hanna during this time of social distancing for movement classes online! Please email hannasatt@gmail.com for more information, or follow her on instagram @hannasatt

Participating artists

Elizabeth M. Seyler, PhD, is a dancer, writer, editor, and instructor. Since 2002, she has specialized in dancing and teaching gender-neutral Argentine tango. Her latest love is loosely structured movement improvisation for play and performance. Elizabeth works as an assistant editor and proofreader at Seven Days, an associate editor at Dance Chronicle, a freelance writer, and a part-time tango instructor. She holds a PhD in dance from Temple University, an MEd from the University of Vermont, and a BA from Cornell University.

Emily Arwen Mott is a musician, dancer, and massage therapist. She has taught the Noyes Rhythm movement system to adults for 15 years and is now a program director for the Noyes School of Rhythm in Portland, CT. Emily is fascinated with the deep creativity and healing that comes from awakening the body’s intelligence. She expresses her love for the world through teaching, touch and composition. Emily runs a private music instruction studio, music and movement classes for children, and is certified as a therapeutic horseback riding instructor. CURRENT CLASS SERIES: Noyes Rhythm all-levels: Sundays at 2pm starting June 14th (virtual) "Forest Breathing" https://us02web.zoom.us/j/5576201062

Bringing Dance to Life! VDA proudly serves its members, cheering on their art and creating opportunities to feature their forms. Vda sends a free weekly e-newsletter to announce events throughout the state of Vermont, as events are always open to the public. Sign up at the bottom of this page to be included, and look for our emails! Dance Alliance members are featured here on our website, with tabs to view their upcoming events and drop-in friendly classes and workshops. More dance in more places, more of the time! We hope you will join us!

When

August 16, 2019
7:30–8:30 PM

Cost

By Donation, cash or check only.

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Published August 8, 2019