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Recommended: Sacred Garment: Percussion and Piano Music for the Martha Graham Technique

April 29, 2015 by
Recommended: <em>Sacred Garment: Percussion and Piano Music for the Martha Graham Technique</em>

By Kevin Sport; 33 tracks, 74 minutes
Finding music to match the meters, tempos and accents of Martha Graham’s detailed technique exercises can be its own Errand Into the Maze. For this CD, percussionist Kevin Sport … Continue reading

Technology: Cloud Storage

April 1, 2015 by

Three options for your data storage
Organization and communication are key to running a successful studio. With cloud storage—storing data online via a virtual server—you can keep track of syllabi, schedules, music, rehearsal footage and important … Continue reading

Recommended: Jitterbugs! A dance-along story inspired by real American Jitterbugs.

April 1, 2015 by

Written by Margot Toppen and illustrated by Karen Light
EduMotion LLC; 32 pages; $17.99
Shorty George is a teeny-tiny bug with a gift for swing dance. Big Bea is a giant bumblebee, twice Shorty George’s size but … Continue reading

On the Road, with the Band

April 1, 2015 by

Bowen McCauley Dance collaborates and tours with famed country punk-rock band, Jason and the Scorchers.
Rock bands go on tour. Dance companies go on tour. But it’s not often a rock band and dance company get … Continue reading

Jared Grimes Teaches Tap

April 1, 2015 by

Jared Grimes is an unstoppable force in the entertainment industry. The quadruple threat can currently be seen in the Rockettes’ New York Spring Spectacular, and when he isn’t performing, he’s sharing his contagious energy with … Continue reading

Jerome Robbins

April 1, 2015 by

Ballet and Broadway genius (1918–1998)
Unlike most great choreographers, who are known as masters in one genre, Jerome Robbins had equal success and influence in two very different worlds: ballet and Broadway. To both he brought … Continue reading