Eurythmy is an Art of Movement and of Forms which sculpts the space
around the moving human being.
It is performed either to Speech or to Instrumental Music.
With the creative laws of space and of non-linear time as working elements, eurythmists move between two centers of gravity: the human heart and the plane at infinity.
The Gabrielle Armenier Eurythmy Agency is committed to developing the movement art of eurythmy. Its main areas of work are eurythmy performances and artistic collaborations within the fields of the Arts, Humanities and the Sciences.
French eurythmist Gabrielle Armenier trained in ballet and modern dance before undertaking the four year full-time eurythmy training in Spring Valley, NY. She holds a Bachelor in Eurythmy Pedagogy from the Den Norske Eurythmihoyskole, Oslo (2013) and a Masters in Eurythmy Pedagogy from the Freie Hochschule Stuttgart (2014).
She founded the Gabrielle Armenier Eurythmy Agency in the Spring of 2016 and is currently collaborating with a wide variety of professionals in the fields of the Arts and of Higher Education.
Highlights of the Agency projects include: a lecture and eurythmy performance at Harvard Divinity School; a eurythmy solo with violinist Elena Hirsu at David Geffen Hall, Lincoln Center in January 2017; a first Carnegie Eurythmy Recital with violinist
Lee-Chin Siow and pianist Svetlana Smolina in February 2017; a presentation on the sense of touch explored through Eurythmy and Sculpture at the University of Texas, in collaboration with Stephen Hawks; a second Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie solo performance with pianist Brigitte Armenier; a performance and masterclass series at Baylor University.
New Enthusiasm for Eurythmy:
Gabrielle Armenier Moves to Illuminate the Human Experience and Creative Process
By Ilona Oltuski