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EVENING CLASSES / TECTONIC PLATES WITH MOHAMMADREZA AKRAMI

THURSDAY 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Fall: September 17th to December 17th, 2020 (14 classes)
Online from October 8th to 28th – contact Mohammadreza for more details

Drop-ins $15 or $80 for a 6-class card
Payment by e-transfer recommended
akrami.mr@gmail.com / In English

By registering for an evening class, you agree to cancel your participation if you have symptoms or suspect you may have COVID-19. Please read the Participant Engagement before showing up, and if possible, register and pay in advance to minimize the risk of contamination and in case we need to trace contacts. Thank you!

CONTENT // This is a class based on Noguchi Taiso and Butoh.

In this class, we do not convey any fixed form or technique, but the principles that form the basis of movement (spiral, wave, gravity, emotion, etc.) as well as imagination. We will focus on everyday movements like standing and walking, as well as on emotional forms of expression. We will establish a basis that will enable us to exchange conventional patterns of movement for fresh approaches that will help us to move more easily.

The class addresses professionals in dance and theatre as well as amateurs of all ages.

BIO // Born in Tehran, Mohammadreza Akrami is a dance artist based in Montreal. His eagerness toward episteme leads him to study Physics, Dramatic literature and practicing martial arts such as Wing Chun, Escrima and Chi Qong. His experience in performance art spans from choreographing, dancing,acting, singing, and to pure performances. He has worked on butoh, flying low, passing through, and rituals and its music as roots of performance art.


Evening classes are open to all levels, and it is recommended to register in advance for one or multiple classes.

Registration is done directly with the teachers, please contact them if you need additional information.

Come try the classes! Free trial classes at the beginning of the sessions:
Saturday, September 12, 2020 / Saturday, January 9, 2021 / Saturday, April 4, 2021