Class with L.A. Dance Project Company Member, Nathan B. Makolandra Join veteran LADP Company Member Nathan Makolandra (photo right) for a high energy contemporary class with an emphasis on floor work. FOR
Class with L.A. Dance Project Company Member, Nathan B. Makolandra
Join veteran LADP Company Member Nathan Makolandra (photo right) for a high energy contemporary class with an emphasis on floor work.
FOR INTERMEDIATE LEVEL DANCERS. Participants taking the class should bring socks, comfortable clothing, and be ready to move!
Ballet shoes are not needed.
Nathan B. Makolandra began dancing and choreographing in Greenville, South Carolina. He is a graduate from The Juilliard School under director Lawrence Rhodes. There he performed works by Alexander Ekman, Nacho Duato, Jerome Robbins, Bronsilava Nijinska, Eliot Feld, Sidra Bell, and Jose Limon. Nathan’s work appeared in Juilliard’s Choreographic Honors concert (2009-2012), and is a recipient of the Hector Zaraspe Award for choreography (2012). In 2011 he placed 1st runner up for the Capezio Award for Choreographic Excellence. He collaborated with composer Jared Miller, and choreographed Richard Walters’ music video, “American Stitches.” Nathan created “Attitude du Cage” with fellow L.A. Dance Project member, has choreography featured on So You Think You Can Dance, and is a Fresh Dance Intensive faculty member. Professionally Nathan has performed the works of Benjamin Millepied, William Forsythe, Merce Cunningham, Martha Graham, Hiroaki Umeda, Emmanuel Gat, Danielle Agami, Julia Eichten, and Justin Peck in locations such as Los Angeles’ Union Station, the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, and the Gardens at the Palace of Versailles.
COST: $10 nonrefundable registration fee.
Registered attendees for this workshop will have access to a $5 discount towards the purchase of a ticket to the L.A. Dance Project performance on Thursday, March 14.
Discounted performance tickets are available exclusively through the MAC Box Office in person, by phone or online.
(Wednesday) 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm