Wednesday 26 October 2016
In Conversation with Dr Ann Hutchinson Guest
The 2016 Guest Lecture Series celebrates women who have made a significant mark in the field of dance and dance education. The third in this year’s series of events will focus on Dr Ann Hutchinson Guest, world-renowned expert in dance notation, highly acclaimed author, researcher on dance and founder of the Language of Dance Centre.
In conversation with Michelle Groves, Dr Hutchinson Guest will outline some of the major highlights in her career: from her early studies at Dartington Hall in the 1930s through to setting up the Dance Notation Bureau in New York and the Language of Dance Centre (LODC). Throughout her long and illustrious career, Hutchinson Guest has authored books as well as notation scores for ballet syllabi and reconstruction of repertoire. She has taught at Juillard School, the College of the Royal Academy of Dance and has evolved her Language of Dance Teaching Method at the LODC.
Register to attend
This event is free to attend, to reserve your place click 'register' no later than Friday 14th October 2016.
Image: Jenny Walton c. 1981 with Ann Hutchinson Guest teaching a Teacher Training Course