November Company Class with Special Guest Myles Lavallee


Class Title: Contemporary with Myles Lavallee.  

Class Description: This is an Int/Adv contemporary dance class that begins with alignment and technique to warm up the body. Organically, we transition into some guided improvisation to open up the mind and senses in connection with the body. Lastly, we continue into some contact partnering work and/or phrase work that focuses on breath, emotion, textures, level, points of initiation, and musicality.

Bio: Myles Lavallee was born and raised in Phoenix, AZ, where he trained at various dance studios. He grew up competing in dance competitions and won many awards including JUMP’s Teen National Title and NUVO’s Teen 1st Runner Up. In high school, he attended Arizona School for the Arts before moving away to NYC to study at the School of American Ballet. In 2011 Myles joined Ballet Arizona where he danced for four seasons. In 2014, he moved to Canada to join Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montréal and in 2016, Myles joined Hubbard Street Dance Chicago for two seasons. Some of the choreographers he had the pleasure of working with and performing their works include, Crystal Pite, Ohad Naharin, William Forsythe, Jiri Kylian, and George Balanchine. He was commissioned twice to choreograph for Ballet Arizona's Innovations program, and created pieces in both LGBC and HSDC choreographic workshops. Myles now lives in Los Angeles as a freelance artist and choreographer and travels frequently to teach and work with dancers around the country. He has recently been seen dancing with BODYTRAFFIC, Post Ballet, Ishida Dance, Heidi Duckler Dance, & Para Mar Dance as well as in several music videos and on Netflix and YouTube. He is extremely passionate about teaching, choreographing and sharing his love for dance! Myles was recently awarded the outstanding choreography award at YAGP’s Phoenix Semifinals. @myleslavallee


Class Rates:
1.25 hour class: $14
1.5 hour class: $16
1.75 hour class: $18
2 hour class: $20

On November 28th, Pay-What-You-Can: $16, $18, $20