Public Lecture and Workshop with Claudia Fontana
Does one have to be a philosopher of great erudition to understand Aristotle’s gift to humanity – his Categories? Perhaps, yes! However, let us explore a path out of intellectual confinement to an experience of expansion supported by eurythmy.
Lecture: Friday, October 28, 7:30pm at Threefold Auditorium. Admission: $12 / $7 students and seniors.
Eurythmy Workshop: Saturday, October 29, 9:00am-12:30pm at the School of Eurythmy. Fee: $45.
Claudia Fontana saw a Eurythmy performance when still a teenager. Unbeknownst to her at the time, that performance was the gate to her destiny path. Soon thereafter she studied eurythmy in Vienna and subsequently spent fourteen years as a performer with the Dornach, London, and Stuttgart Eurythmeum ensembles. Teaching became the next challenge which she happily met in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Before Covid, she spent seven years teaching all levels in Thailand, Malaysia, and China. She resides in Ann Arbor, MI, still performing and teaching.
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