How I Teach Entrechat Trois in the Cuban Style
Juan Carlos Peñuela’s Level 5 technique class at Ballet Hispanico in New York City runs like a friendly laboratory with one clear mission: for students to discover … Continue reading
K–12 teachers share their best practices.
The greatest difference between studio students and those in a K–12 setting is that students in the studio generally want to be there,” says Elisabeth Gosselin, who teaches at Harlem … Continue reading
In a culture that glamorizes competitive dance, some studios continue to quietly educate dancers without trophies.
When Tori Rogoski opened her studio in 2001, she decided to model her curriculum on that of a university … Continue reading
Jason Warley turns rejection into opportunity at Center Stage Dance & Theatre School.
When dancers walk into their first rehearsal for The Ensemble, they’re rarely happy to be there. After all, membership in this company was probably … Continue reading
At the Dance Teacher Summit
August 1–3 • New York City
Four remarkable educators: Jane Carter, Andrea Kramer, Karyn Tomczak and Joan Sheary nurture their students with real-world performing experiences, financial support and emphasis on academic success, not to mention top-notch training.
Building a California competition … Continue reading