Expand your technique, creative growth, repertory, and professional development in GALLIM’s three-day repertory intensive, February 19-21, 2022. During this comprehensive intensive, dive into the technique, creativity and repertory led by GALLIM’s artists and methodology. Engage with fellow creatives through classwork, workshops, dialogues and Miller’s award winning repertory.
Begin each day with a GALLIM company class followed by a specialized methodology workshop to breakdown a specific area of technical skill building. After lunch, immerse yourself in GALLIM 2021 Repertory.
Enrollment is first come, first served.
Studio Location: TBD
GALLIM Winter Repertory Intensive is open to all movement artists with an interest in training in GALLIM technique and repertory. You must be at least 18 years of age to participate.
Please contact us with any specific accessibility requirements so we can accommodate your needs.
$350: In-Person Bootcamp Only
**All payments are non-refundable.
GALLIM COMPANY CLASS is a practice of Miller’s technical and creative methodology which brings in influences from Gaga, Gyrotonic, Ilan Lev Method and ballet. The class develops students’ technical and creative growth through a guided conversation between the body's network of systems and the imagination. After the morning class, the instructor will teach a 40 minute methodology breakdown of a specific skill studied in class.
REPERTORY offers students the opportunity to sink their teeth into some of GALLIM’s most challenging choreography. Repertory training at GALLIM focuses on advancing students' technical skill while inspiring new growth in creativity and artistic expressivity as well as getting experience with a professional-like rehearsal setting. Students will participate in some compositional methods that Miller uses to build new material, learn solo and group sections and receive performance coaching .
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND WELLNESS classes are opportunities to expand your professional knowledge, skillset, and overall well-being guided by special guest teachers. Students can ask questions, hear from peers and professionals in the field and integrate the day's work.
Designed by choreographer Andrea Miller in collaboration with GALLIM and guest artists, this intensive brings together a group of accomplished guest artists with a multiplicity of movement practices, processes and perspectives.
Andrea Miller is a choreographer, creative director, and the artistic director of Brooklyn-based movement production company GALLIM. A sought-after creator and collaborator for dance, theater, film, fashion and visual art works, Miller is known for her exploration of essential elements of human behavior and the alchemy of human expression through art and performance.
Miller’s works are performed and screened by GALLIM as well as other leading institutions and festivals around the world including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Lincoln Center, The Guggenheim Museum, Art Basel, Royal Albert Hall, Sadler's Wells, London Royal Opera House, Théâtre National de Chaillot, Teatre Grec of Barcelona, Theaterhaus Stuttgart, Canal Madrid, Suzanne Dellal Tel Aviv, Teatro Nacional de Panamá, and DanceHouse Vancouver, Spoleto Festival and Jacob's Pillow. Recent dance commissions include New York City Ballet, Martha Graham Dance Company, Pennsylvania Ballet, A.I.M, Rambert 2 and The Juilliard School. She has created dance for film with celebrated directors including Ariel Schulman and Henry Joost, Xavier Dolan, Ezra Hurwitz, EBat-Sheva Guez and long time collaborator Ben Stamper
Miller, a Guggenheim Fellow and the first choreographer to be named Artist in Residence at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, is an Adjunct Professor at Marymount Manhattan College and guest faculty at The Juilliard School, where she is an alumna. Miller founded GALLIM in 2008 which, in addition to performing Miller’s works, offers training for dancers in improvisation, filmmaking, acting, site-specific work, and Miller’s methodology of movement and creativity.
Miller has received fellowships from Sadler's Wells, New York City Center, and the Princess Grace Foundation, and was featured in Forbes as an entrepreneur and leader in the dance world. Her collaborations in fashion include Hermès, SportsMax, KSwiss, Lacoste, Target, and Calvin Klein. This summer in response to the pandemic Miller conceived, co-directed, and choreographed You Are Here, an immersive sculpture, sound, and performance installation commissioned by Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts performed by all the constituents of Lincoln Center and eleven additional community partners across the arts community in New York.
Miller was born in Salt Lake City, UT trained with Ernestine Stodelle and Gail Corbin in the technique and choreography of Doris Humphrey, graduated from the Juilliard school and performed with Ensemble Batsheva, Cedar Lake and Jacquie Buglisi.
GALLIM’s education programs are made possible in part through through a generous gift from Jody and John Arnhold | Arnhold Foundation. Additional support is provided by the National Endowment for the Arts. Scholarship support is provided by Stefania Magidson.
Tickets for GALLIM Winter Repertory Intensive In-Person Bootcamp can be booked here.
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