Groove Out
Julia Eichten
Saturday, Jan 23 2021
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
$10 via Venmo or Paypal. no one turned away for lack of funds Register

Bookings are closed for this event.



An improvisatory based class, using imagery and cues we will attempt to cancel binaries and limitations that we have inherited, even if just for an hour and a half.

We will work to enjoy getting out of our own way and welcome endless possibilities.


This class is PLAYTIME and to engage in the cathardic experience of JOY with each other and through movement.


Hope to see you there! xoxo



Julia Eichten (she/her), Dance artist, performer and creator, is a graduate of the Juilliard School, founding member of L.A. Dance Project and current member of AMOC*(American Modern Opera Company). Through interactions with live audiences, the camera and social media, Eichten’s work uses humor, repetition and authentic movement to challenge the idea of femininity and confront the urgent need for the preservation of humanity during these quickly advancing technological times.
Extended Bio:


Julia Eichten grew up dancing in Minnesota. She is a graduate of The Juilliard School, where she received the Hector Zaraspe award in recognition of her choreography. She has shown her work around New York City, at venues ranging from, The Le Poisson Rouge to Dumbo Dance Festival and Dance Theater of Harlem, as well as choreographic residency at The Yard, in Martha’s Vineyard in 2011. In the spring of 2015, Julia had a world premiere of her piece, O’de, in collaboration with L.A. Dance Project and Lil Buck at the Palace of Versailles. With ‘Kids Dance,’ at the Joyce Theater, she showed her work, Monsieur, which The New York Times dubbed, “an elegantly clumsy solo.” Professionally she danced with Camille A. Brown & Dancers, as well as Aszure Barton & Artists. Julia was a founding member of L.A. Dance Project and had the pleasure to perform around the world, works by Benjamin Millepied, Merce Cunningham, Justin Peck, Martha Graham, Danielle Agami, Emanuel Gat, Sidi Larbi, Ohad Naharin, and William Forsythe. Based in Los Angeles, Julia continues to work with Gerard & Kelly as a performer and collaborator. Last year she assisted them on Solange’s collaboration with Uniqlo, “Metratronia” as well as a month of performances at Pioneer Works(NY) in, “Clockwork.” Julia is a proud founding member of AMOC* as a dancer and choreographer. Julia danced in Carly Rae Jepsen’s latest video, “Too Much” as well as working as an assistant choreographer for One Republic’s, “Wanted.” As well as premiering two new original works, “She is Her,” at the Sweat Spot and “PHRASEHXR” at Highways Performance Space. Julia premiered,“It’s my House and I Live Here,” with concept and direction by Frances Chiaverini at TOR Art Space, Frankfurt, DE. As well as being the associate Choreographer for Solange X Gerard & Kelly, “bridge-s” at The Getty Museum, L A. At Carnegie Hall’s Resnick Hall, she codirected Ensemble Connect’s, “Through Movement,”  alongside Lisenka Heijboer Castanon. Most recently performing a reinvention of Allan Kaprow’s, “CHICKEN,” by Alex Da Corte and choreography by Kate Watson-Wallace. 
Self Portrait
Lee Gumbs Photography
Lee Gumbs Photography