*2nd Sunday Music & Movement Jam with Shamou Mou

Celebrating community member Prakash Laufer!

June 11, 2017 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm

Every 2nd Sunday of the month, our Umbrella Studio swells with improvised movement and music. A live soundscape for dancing is provided by a local musician. Dance and music dialogue together. All dance levels and styles are welcome!

Bring your own instruments to join in after 10pm. $10-15 sliding scale.
Post-Jam Overnight Special: $30 | includes self-serve dinner and breakfast for one night only

*This will be a special Jam to celebrate and honor community member Prakash Laufer!

Shamou Mou

Shamou Mou's music career began at an early age in his native Iran where he also studied and performed with the Iranian National Ballet as a dancer. He began his formal music training in Tehran, studied with teachers from the Royal College of Music in London and completed his training at Berklee College of Music in Boston earning a Bachelors Degree in Music. SHAMOU is known for his collaborative work with dancers including the world-renowned Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Co., Mark Morris Dance Company, NY2 Dance, ODC /San Francisco, San Francisco Ballet, Sacramento Ballet, Boston Dance Collective, and Prometheus Dance Company, among others. Since 1990, SHAMOU has taught hand drumming, percussion, music for dance, and body music across the country in a wide variety of settings, including Harvard and Boston Universities, Wellesley College, high school and college dance festivals across the country, including the Bates Dance Festival, and public and private schools in New England. As a composer he has created original scores for new works by NY2 Dance, Sacramento Ballet, ODC Dance Jam, The Lab Project, Prometheus Dance Company, and for choreographers Stephan Koplowitz, Robert Moses, Judith Smith/AXIS, Jose Antonio Hevia, Rachel Boggia, Lucky Kele, and Michel Kouakou during residencies at the Bates Dance Festival. He has also created scores for Christal Brown’s Liquid Strength training video project and Cathy Young’s Jazz Pedagogy project.

252 Prospect Street, Plainfield, MA 01070 | map | directions

Copyright 2011 Earthdance