Summer is here! There’s the Solstice Sun rising at Stonehenge; it must be summer and time to dance. Come to the International Dance Festival@Silicon Valley, stretch your technique, find your center, explore your inner rhythms, let it all out: DANCE! The artists are waiting to teach you their choreography and hone your technique. They want to bring out your best in an atmosphere that encourages you to shine. Now’s the time. Don’t wait. Scroll down for post with registration links. Send your registration and then send your whole self for a glorious week of dance. It’s crowned with the Festival Performance, a real performance for a real public, and a program featuring the guest artist/teachers/choreographers and YOU!!! Everyone is eager to meet you and watch you fly.
Live your dreams. DANCE. You can do it! Why come to Mountain View, California to dance? IDF@SV offers you the finest artists who want you dance your best. Teaching artists who want your artistry to shine. (SCROLL DOWN TO ENTRY BELOW THIS ONE FOR REGISTRATION FORMS.)And, Mountain View has it all, that’s why. Castro St. is the charming main street downtown. It is lined with bookstores, cafes, and restaurants. Not sure what to eat? You can choose from Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Mediterranean, Italian, fish, burgers, vegetarian, & lots more, all in one walkable area. Need to grab a quick salad between classes? That’s available, too, just a block away. That block is actually Pioneer Park. It has beautiful trees, grassy places and benches to sit on, an awesome Japanese garden of plants and rocks donated by Mountain View’s sister city. The Mountain View Masonic Center, home for the International Dance Festiva@Silicon Valley, is next to the park and the Mountain View Public Library, a great place to read and relax or use one of their computers. Worried you’ll miss big city life? Mountain View is the world headquarters of Google. Microsoft, Apple, and dozens and dozens of amazing companies right here. In the Starbucks one block from the Festival Headquarters, you’ll see computer wizards working on the newest biggest thing. See the Pacific Ocean? It’s just over the mountains or down the highway to Santa Cruz, Monterey, Carmel. Take a train, bus, or car to San Francisco–when you have time. You’ll be dancing your heart out every day & performing new works for a dance loving public on Sunday on a program with the acclaimed artists who were teaching you their work all five days before. Don’t miss this chance! Live your dreams. Dance.picture: Leslie Friedman, Artistic Director