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Liberating Dance Practices
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*Celebrate the Body*  20.00 hrs CET (Berlin-time) 
September 9, 16, 23, 30
October 7  

Referencing ongoing research with Festejo, an Afro-Peruvian dance I have engaged with since childhood, Festejo was cultivated and passed down by generations of Afro-Peruvian musicians and dancers. As a dance that was re-interpreted in the Afro-Peruvian cultural revival movement of the 1970's, what captivated me the most is the intention of remembering and honoring the body, celebrating it's physical capacity for joy and celebration. This class starts with slow movements and builds up to engage with fast and infectious rhythms encouraging agility and dynamic diversity, between the waves of the ocean and the directness needed to communicate clearly with the body. Open to all levels of movement.

Facilitated by Amelia Uzategui Bonilla, MA
Juilliard BFA Dance with Scholastic Distinction, Tamalpa Life/Art Process Practitioner, MA in Contemporary Dance Education at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt am Main. She currently curates, choreographs and teaches with decolonial, anti-racist and transdisciplinary approaches. In her dance classes she combines knowledge from her diverse background in classical, somatic and popular dance forms. Amelia teaches children and adults, and guest lectures in universities, schools, and independently-organized projects.

Values: Amelia holds space for ALL BODIES and welcomes BIQTPOC identities. Each online session ends with time for conversation and exchange.

Cost: This offering is solidarity-based. No One Turned Away For Lack Of Funds. 

Venmo: @Amelia-Uzateguibonilla
PayPal or Zelle: 
or via bank deposit in Germany: 
Full name: Amelia Uzategui Bonilla
Bank Account Info: Deutsche Bank
Iban: DE77500700240329397400

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