A Rhode Island dance company and elementary school collaborate.
“No sounds, third-graders! I shouldn’t hear any talking!” Christine Sandorfi stood, hands on her hips, facing 27 rambunctious third-graders at the Claiborne Pell Elementary School in Newport, … Continue reading
Should your students consider studying abroad?
Studying abroad has long been a staple of a well-rounded college experience. But in the past, the lack of dance-focused programs, together with the rigorous requirements of a BFA track, … Continue reading
Music for contemporary ballet
Jae Man Joo’s route to professional dancer status in New York City is the stuff dreams and clichéd movie plots are made of. Only a month after moving to the city in … Continue reading
Evolving from dancer’s dancer to dancer’s choreographer
Alejandro Cerrudo scares himself on nearly a daily basis—and he has no intention of stopping. As the resident choreographer of Hubbard Street Dance Chicago (where he also dances), and … Continue reading
Tips for making the most of limited opportunities, plus Davis & Elkins College’s new percussive dance program
Emily Oleson (right) heads Davis & Elkins College’s new program in American vernacular dance.
With more than 600 college dance programs … Continue reading