"All musical truth resides in the body."

 -Meredith Monk

2016 DSA National Conference and Symposium on Flow in Performance

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June 20-24, 2016
Westminster Choir College
Princeton, NJ

The Dalcroze Society of America welcomes you to its 2016 National Conference and Pre-Conference Symposium on Flow in Performance.

The event features a Pre-Conference Symposium, which takes place at WCC on June 20 and 21, and the 2016 National Conference, which takes place at the same location on June 22, 23, and 24. Come hear scholars working in a range of disciplines share their research into flow and how it relates to human performance, and then experience the ways Dalcroze Eurhythmics teachers guide participants to actualize their potential for flow by learning "in and through" music and movement. Read More


Students of the Institut Jaques-Dalcroze, Geneva


What is Dalcroze? Based on the artistic and pedagogical principles of Emile Jaques-Dalcroze, the Dalcroze approach teaches an understanding of music's fundamental concepts, expressive meanings, and deep connections to other arts and activities. Performers, teachers, dancers, actors, children, and senior citizens can all benefit from this approach which incorporates rhythmic movement, aural training and improvisation.



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"Dalcroze is particularly exciting to me because it allows [the] vital creative aspects of music making to be honed and explored while enhancing the rigor of the musicianship training we provide." Dana Zenobi

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