Please wear a mask at 92Y unless you are fully vaccinated. Adults must be fully vaccinated in order to attend an in-person 92Y Talk, Concert or full-capacity performance. Your vaccination status will be checked upon arrival.
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Moving through a combination of traditional modern dance and contemporary release techniques, this class builds articulation and strength through adaptable phrase movement.
Online programs:An access link will be emailed to you after purchase.
In-person programs:Please wear a mask unless you are fully vaccinated. Adults must be fully vaccinated in order to attend an in-person 92Y Talk, Concert or other full-capacity performance. Your vaccination status will be checked upon arrival.
Naomi Goldberg Haas is a dancer, master teacher, choreographer and founding artistic director of Dances For A Variable Population (DVP). With DVP, Ms. Goldberg Haas has created site-related public performances at many of NYC’s most iconic public spaces including Times Square, Washington Square Park, the Whitehall Ferry Terminal, and the High Line. She also leads DVP’s education programs, including the organization’s free community-based dance workshops that have served over 5,000 older adults at 45 senior serving organizations since 2009.
Ms. Goldberg Haas has wo ...
Ms. Goldberg Haas has worked in concert dance, theatre, opera and film and has collaborated with the Klezmatics, Pulitzer prize winning playwright Tony Kushner and Disney animation. She holds an MFA from Tisch Dance at NYU, and began her career with the Pacific Northwest Ballet. In 2019, she received the Gibney award for “ART + ACTION.” The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council awarded her the 2014 President’s Award for the Performing Arts. She served on the Arts, Media and Culture Committee as appointed by the Mayor’s Office for Age Friendly NYC (2015-2018).
Naomi is a leader in the field of creative aging. She presented her work with older adults throughout NYC and across the country and has written articles about her community-based dance programs MOVEMENT SPEAKS® in the national journal Dance Education in Practice and her work has been featured in numerous other publications and news coverage from WABC News and PIX 11 TV. She has presented this work at various conferences such as National Dance Education Organization and Face to Face/NYSCA. Recently, she was awarded a 2019-2020 DANCE/USA Fellowship for Artists Addressing Social Change.dvpnyc.org