Classes Dec 18- Jan 26th
Dec 14th, 2012 by Beth Woronoff

Skating Classes for all Levels and Ages

Here for the Holidays drop in for a class.

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Class Schedule

December 18 – January 24th

Beginners & Tots

Tues and/or Thur. 4:00-4:30


Tues. and/or Thur

3:40-4:10 off ice warm-up

4:15-5:00 ice class


Tues. and Thur

3:40-4:10 off ice warm-up

4:15-4:45 Edges, Jumps and Spins

5:00-5:30 Choreography

Adult only

Tuesday 3:00-4:00 Advanced Beginner

Free Skate- Tuesday & Thursday 3:30-5:30

Run to the Rock
Feb 23rd, 2010 by Beth Woronoff

An ensemble work for 9 skaters

Created in 2006

Choreography by Beth Woronoff"Run to the Rock" an ensemble piece for 9 skaters!

Tragic Recollections
Feb 23rd, 2010 by Beth Woronoff

Performed by Beth Woronoff

2008"Tragic Recollections " at Mohonk Mountain HouseMusic by Chopin

"Tragic Recollections" skated to the music of Chopin.

My Kind of Blue
Feb 19th, 2010 by Beth Woronoff

This solo depicts a sassy woman lounging about the smoky speak easies of the jazz era.

Feb 14th, 2010 by Beth Woronoff

Choreography by Beth Woronoff

Red was choreographed as part of Ice Theatre of New York’s New Works and Young Artist Series in 1996.

The Path To Peace
Feb 10th, 2010 by Beth Woronoff

“The Path to Peace” is skated to original music by Andrew Sterman, saxophonist and composer.  Beth Woronoff met Andrew about two and a half years ago when Andrew and his family came to stay for a one week visit in her family’s Yurt.  Knowing Beth’s interest in dance, Andrew made a gift of his CD and offered his blessings should Beth decide to set choreography to his music, ever since that time Beth has waited for the right group of skaters to come together to create this choreography.

Till The End of Love
Feb 10th, 2010 by Beth Woronoff

“Till the End of Love”

Each of it’s three parts has dream qualities, beginning with “Murky Waters”, in which six skaters emerge from their dream to realize they have been in bondage, then move placidly back into the order from which they attem”pted to escape.  Part Two begins with a funeral walk and turns into a dark waltz as Leonard Cohen sings “Dance Me Till the End of Love”.  At the close of this section one of the dancers has been singled out.  She stands alone at the center of the ice transformed into an Angel.  In the final section in which Frank Sinatra sings “Fly Me to the Moon”, the Angel is joined by a Mortal who does not want the Angel to leave.  Their dance while joyous is at times controlled by outside forces.  In the end the Angel cannot remain with the Mortal.  

Feb 10th, 2010 by Beth Woronoff

Beth Woronoff skating Flight This piece is a work in progress.  It is as much about the costume as the skating.  The long skirt has steel ribs in it, worn on a belt with hooks that allow the steel to pivot up and down.  The skirt is shed halfway through the piece and retrieved at the end. 

Beth Woronoff skating Flight

Celtic Techno
Feb 10th, 2010 by Beth Woronoff

“Celtic Techno” it is a fast paced jump-filled dance that draws inspiration from Irish step dancing.

Red Dress
Feb 7th, 2010 by Beth Woronoff

“The Red Dress” As the title implies, this is no ordinary dress.  Whoever wears this dress is compelled to skate very fast and the wearer cannot stop turning, spinning, jumping and moving until the music ends.

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