SOLOS

excerpt from Practice in Chapter 5


Solo practice is deep and necessary. Solos bring the inner world into this very
moment
and connect us to our expressive longing. We find depth in Solos on
those edges where intuition emerges in a structure. Doing Solos strengthens participation with the ensemble.


The first Scores are simple because the less we do the more space there is to find
that intuitive edge. When inner and outer come together, we are right here, right
now, in all its wonder. Then Solos become  simple dances for elegant souls.

  Southern Room Over the River , Naropa, 1111 Pearl St., 1980

Southern Room Over the River, Naropa, 1111 Pearl St., 1980