“This has been the most beneficial intensive I have ever participated in. I will leave Seattle truly inspired.”
— Dancer, Strictly Seattle
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Strictly Seattle is a complete immersion to the Seattle dance scene. Five adult programs inspire beginning through professional level dancers with rigorous physical and compositional training in a challenging and invigorating environment.
Participants develop a new work in collaboration with Zoe Scofield (Professional), Pat Graney, Bennyroyce Royon (Advanced) or KT Niehoff (Advanced Dance Film Track), Jody Kuehner or Shannon Stewart (Intermediate), Rosa Vissers or Bryon Carr (Beginning).
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New at Strictly Seattle 2014!
An Advanced Dance Film Track with KT Niehoff with mentorship from local cinematographers + film editors and an Afternoon Adult Beginning session with Rosa Vissers.
2014 CHOREOGRAPHERS // Zoe Scofield + Pat Graney + Bennyroyce Royon + Jody Kuehner + Shannon Stewart + Rosa Vissers + Bryon Carr
2014 STRICTLY SEATTLE FACULTY // Michele Miller / KT Niehoff / Hannah Wiley / Bennyroyce Royon / Pat Graney / Zoe Scofield / Jody Kuehner / Shannon Stewart / Rosa Vissers / Bryon Carr / Kate Wallich / Cyrus Khambatta / Louis Gervais / Natascha Greenwalt-Murphy
Strictly Seattle is a forum where dancers can meet and work together, forming alliances for future collaborations. Strictly Seattle intensives fill up! Reserve your spot or register today.
RESERVE YOUR SPOT Call the Velocity Office at 206.325.8773 to reserve your spot in Strictly Seattle for $60*. Full payment must be completed by July 6, 2014.
MAXIMUM VELOCITY Register for both Strictly Seattle + SFDI and receive a 15% discount. Full payment must be completed by July 6, 2014.
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Strictly Seattle is made possible though the generous support of the National Endowment for the Arts, 4Culture, ArtsFund, The Seattle Office of Arts and Culture and The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation.