Sprung has Sprang!

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I’d Rather Be Fishing, Dan Cossette, Sprung 2015 photo: Duncan Grisby

Daniel Cossette performed in Sprung, Queen’s College contemporary dance platform, both a classic mime and a dance improv, accompanied by live violinist Dr. Emily Dry, exploring the concepts of secret places and the power, beauty and Spirit that come from such places.   Now Infusion is looking to spring-board into some exciting new projects! Dance Opportunities

  • We have started local Cambridge dance classes for kids and teens, Tuesday nights 6-7pm (kids), and 7-8:30 (teens). Classes are open level, modern, contemporary and street styles. Classes take place in Unit B,C, The Paddocks Centre, 347, Cherry Hinton Road, Cambridge, CB1 8DH. Contact us and let us know if you want to come along.
  • We have been receiving requests for ongoing adult dance classes. If you would be interested in participating, please let us know!

Fitness Opportunities

  • Dan Cossette is offering continuing Core Fitness Classes in Trumpington, Cambridge, at the Trumpington Village Hall, Mondays 6-7pm. This Pilates-based class is a great way to build strength, flexibility, improve posture, and reduce the risk of injuries. Bring your own fitness mat.

International Opportunities, ParisINNOVO 2015

  • Daniel and Melanie Cossette will be teaching in the City of Love this April, along with our colleague Rachel Smart, for a one-week workshop of dance and mime! Innovo France is hosting their annual workshop exploring dance, mime, and faith as it relates to the Bible. 27th April to 1st May, A l’Institut Biblique, Nogent sur Marne. Check out our Upcoming Events tab…
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Cambridge Buskers and Street Performers Festival

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Check out our upcoming events for Dan Cossette’s participation as a street mime in the fantastic annual buskers festival this weekend!

Classic mime illusions combined with this wistful poor man’s dreams of buried treasures, Olympic aspirations, and penchant to get stuck in slow motion vortexes–all with a healthy dose of audience participation… it’s street mime at its finest!

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