The second Eurythmy Assembly will feature Grades 1, 2, 4, 5, and 8 on THURSDAY, MARCH 12 at 1:45 p.m
Eurythmy is an art of movement developed by Rudolf Steiner at the beginning of the 1900’s, as an expression of the spiritual qualities inherent in speech and in music. Eurythmy is neither dance nor mime, but an art of movement through which one is re-linked in a vital way with oneself and the world around. Through this artistic experience, the stress of daily life can be washed away, and one can take up one’s challenges anew.
Grades 1 and 2 will be showing some delights from their latest story, the much loved one about how the Turtle Got the Cracks in its Shell! They have such fun in eurythmy and really enjoy all the imaginations. They are also quite nimble with their feet and hands.
Grades 4 and 5 will showcase items from their curriculum, as made visible in eurythmy. They will show geometric forms, dexterity exercises, their own choreography, and many different copper rod exercises. The students’ skills and creativity will be evident in their performance.
Grade 8 will present its story especially created for the younger children, and everyone loves seeing what they will bring each year. It is always a surprise, and we hope you will be delighted with the tale that they portray.
Everyone is heartily invited to attend. This performance is an important part of the Eurythmy curriculum and every student is expected to perform with his or her class.