Week 1: June 25th to June 30th  and  Week 2: July 2nd to July 7th

Please click on the individual week links above for details….

Many of the courses will be complemented by one or more of the following:

Eurythmy with Cezary Ciaglo

Originally from Poland, Cezary was 10 years old when he was sent to public ballet school in Warsaw.  There, living apart from his family, he studied for nine years, followed Cezaryby 10 years working as a dancer with the Grand Theatre of Warsaw.  In his early 20s, Cezary developed an interest in anthroposophy and, in 1986, went to Hanover, Germany to learn eurythmy.  After five years of study, Cezary brought this art form to Poland, becoming the first Polish eurythmist since WWII. After several years teaching eurythmy in Poland’s public and private schools (including Waldorf), Cezary moved to the US in the early 90s, working at Waldorf schools in Olympia, WA, and Keene, NH.  He has also been a long-time Adjunct Faculty member at Antioch New England’s Waldorf Teacher Education program. An active member of the Anthroposophical Society for the last 30 years, Cezary’s passions include magic and fencing.

Sciences with Roberto Trostli

rt.photo copyRoberto Trostli has been active in Waldorf education for thirty-five years as a class teacher, high school teacher, and adult educator.  Early in his career, he developed a particular love for teaching the physical sciences, and he wrote Physics is Fun!, soon to be re-published as Physics the Waldorf Way. Over the years Roberto has worked at Sunbridge College, and served as the director of the Research Institute for Waldorf Education. Most recently he just finished teaching second grade at Richmond Waldorf School.

 

Music with David Gable

page15image19160David Gable holds degrees in music performance from the University of Michigan School of Music and Boston University’s School of Fine Arts, as well as a Master of Education degree with Waldorf certification from Antioch New England Graduate School. He worked for several years as a freelance violinist in the Boston area before transitioning into Waldorf education.

Since 1988 he has been on the faculty of the Waldorf School of Cape Cod, where he has taught the eight-year main lesson cycle three times in addition to developing and teaching a choral and instrumental music program for the upper grades.