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Spotlight On: Suzanne Blake Gerety

June 30, 2015 by

Seen and Heard at the Dance Teacher Summit
As the co-owner of a dance studio that’s been in her family for 40 years, Suzanne Blake Gerety knows the ins and outs of successful business practices. Besides running … Continue reading

Juilliard Awards Suzanne Farrell an Honorary Doctorate

June 29, 2015 by

Suzanne Farrell, former New York City Ballet principal and Balanchine muse, received Juilliard’s honorary doctorate of arts last month. During her 28 years as a performer, Farrell danced in more than 100 ballets, many of … Continue reading

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We’re Headed to L.A.!

July 1, 2015 by

An unofficial westward migration is quietly taking place these days. If New York City is the dance capital of the U.S., then Los Angeles is its summer vacation home. The East Coast/West Coast debate is … Continue reading

Should You Eat Like a Caveman?

June 1, 2015 by

How two fad diets affect your dancing body
Fueling your body for dance is essential, but deciding what to eat isn’t always easy. And with new diets surfacing every month, it can be hard to know … Continue reading

Andre Kasten

June 1, 2015 by

Music for contemporary
For Family Matters, the piece that took second place at the 2013 Capezio A.C.E. Awards competition, choreographer Andre Kasten chose a piano and strings score by folk-instrumental sextet Balmorhea. The music swells to … Continue reading

A Conversation with Freelance Choreographer Gabrielle Lamb

June 1, 2015 by

After Gabrielle Lamb won a national choreography competition in 2009, she figured commissions would begin to trickle in on their own. Although her piece—the languid, gestural never did run smooth—would eventually tour with Hubbard Street’s … Continue reading