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Bill Waldinger is currently a regular faculty member at the Joffrey Ballet School in New York City where he teaches both the Luigi Jazz Technique and classical Ballet. He is also a regular faculty member at the New York Film Academy, CAP 21, Molloy College, The Alden Moves Dance Theater, and Hamilton Dance. He has taught at Marymount Manhattan College, Hunter College, and The Manhattan Ballet School. Certified by Luig...read more
This traditional Jazz class based in the Luigi Jazz technique begins with a set warm up followed by a combination. This technique teaches a beautiful quality of movement, how to develop a deeply personal style, how the body works, how to feel and phrase the music, and how to “Never Stop Moving." It is a living growing evolving and exciting way to train dancers. The technique and style are taught exactly as Luigi taught it, but the work is presented in a way that allows dancers to apply the training to any style and any discipline. Students will pulse with the excitement that this technique brings, and will come away a more beautiful, more nuanced, more artistic, more unique, more exciting dancer in every style and discipline.