Charm City Movement Arts Winter Solstice Show

Winter Solstice Show is Saturday, December 15th! Join us on a magical journey through the longest night experienced with juggling, wire walking, and acrobatics! All proceeds go to YO Center of Baltimore. Advance tickets are only $8 (or $10 at the door). Purchase at link below.

Celebrate our newest additions to the Golden Dance Experiment!

Wynne Burchenal
(Dancer for the Golden Dance Experiment)

Wynne's early work with Michelle Owens, her early education in Montessori, and her dance education in both high school and at Goucher College have all been instrumental in shaping her philosophy of dance and movement and her desire to teach this form of creativity and self-expression, especially to children. Through these years of training, Wynne has come to believe that we all inherently move artfully and all have the ability to dance. It is this enthusiasm that she can't wait to share with the community.

Bria Jahrling
(Dancer for the Golden Dance Experiment)

Bria Jahrling began her movement journey at 4 years old at the Mid-Maryland Performing Arts Center. Growing up as a shy little girl, the feeling of being on stage stole her heart and she spent many of her waking hours in and around the studio, taking classes in ballet, tap, jazz, modern, lyrical, musical theater, and more. Bria started performing with MMPAC's repertory company, Dance FX, at the age of 10. At 15, Bria began teaching tap and jazz classes. She started as a Dance major in the fall of 2007 at James Madison University. And in January of 2008, her life got turned upside down. While walking to ballet class one morning, through an unfortunate combination of elements Bria was struck by a vehicle at roughly 40 mph. Broken bones and bruises aside, Bria was also victim to a severe traumatic brain injury. Doctors expected the accident to kill her, or at least take away her ability to dance. What the doctors did not know, however, was that the passion for dance Bria had instilled in her every fiber would be what kept her alive and what kept her dancing. After intensive work in rehabilitation and a stubborn attitude to accept nothing less than perfection, Bria returned to JMU in the fall of 2008 and was able to work with esteemed choreographers Gesel Mason, Vincent Thomas, Daniel Burkholder, and more as part of the Contemporary Dance Ensemble. During her time at JMU she particpated in the American College Dance Festival, JMU's Contemporary Summer Dance Intensive held in London, and various other festivals. She also taught tap at In Motion Studio of Dance from 2008-2011, where she took jazz and turns/leaps classes. Bria graduated with honors cum laude in May 2011. After graduating, Bria studied to receive her certifications in Group Exercise and Zumba and started dancing with DC-based modern dance company DanceAntonini. She currently teaches dance and fitness classes at Project C Studios, runs the tap section of Project C's student company Catalyst, and teaches fitness classes at Valley Fitness. She also dances with fellow JMU alum Tiffany Workman's company DanceWorx, and is excited to be working with the Golden Dance Experiment. Movement has proven to be, quite literally, her life, and she loves to have dance and art as an everyday part of that.

Charm City Movement Arts Halloween Party, 10/28/12

Come enjoy a festive Halloween show including tight wire, burlesque, and a solo performance by the Golden Dance Experiment! Please come enjoy the two performances, one for kids and one for adults!! All Halloween themed! To buy tickets:
7:00 Kid-Friendly show:
8:30 Adults only show:

Golden Dance Experiment Presents "Ubuntu" at Hollins Street Festival


Inspiration: the concept of bringing community, man, woman, and ideals all together through the representation of movement. The energy of the piece will tell a story of joy, togetherness, pain, longing, and the hope for a continual brighter tomorrow.
• West African dance but with a contemporary twist:)
• Mostly fast pasted; but there is a section where I go into a slower, more lyrical movement...and a series of “playing with counts,”
to dance and drum with the sound.
• My arms and legs are reaching out to the clouds and pulling into my spirit, thus creating many lifts, and connected movement representing the bond between the sky and the earth.
• Then a final dance; some repetition; many traditional West African moves in defined pattern and exit with a soft shake and twist, grabbing toward the sun and the earth.

October 7th Street Festival Performance

Come see Lindsey perform in Baltimore on October 7th with her Charm City Movement and Arts co-workers!!! Two shows: 2pm and 4pm in downtown Baltimore! The festival will be at 1101 Hollins Street, Baltimore MD. Hope to see you there! Lindsey will be performing with the Golden Dance Experiment and her co-workers will be doing tight wire performances and fun juggling and other magical wonders to enjoy for the entire family!!!

Charm City Movement and Arts!!!

Charm City Movement Arts:
Location: 600 S. Clinton St. Baltimore MD
Contact Number: 410.449.2262
-Dance Classes will Begin the Week of September 10, 2012:
-Lindsey will be teaching adult Modern dance at 8:30pm
-Creative Movement for toddlers every Tuesday from 4:30pm-5:15pm :)
-Every Friday Ms. Golden will teach a Children's Ballet class from 4:30pm-5:30pm.
-Every Friday Lindsey will teach an Adult Ballet class from 5:30-7:00pm.

Compiling Dimensions #2 Performance Night

Hosted by SOVA at 1359 H Street, NE Washington D.C. and by the organization, We Are All Artists. The Golden Dance Experiment will be performing from 10:30-11:00pm from their new repertory that will thrill the mind and stimulate the senses. Ms. Golden will also accompany another poet from 7-8pm, reading excerpts from her book "Poetry from the Eyes of a Dreamer." Don't miss out on this special event, which is free for all adults 21 and up. There will be many other art displays, live music, photography, and video performance art.


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