Skip to content

Categories:

SPRING DANCE CONCERT

Bryn Mawr and Haveford student dancers will take to the stage for the Bryn Mawr College Dance Program’s annual Spring Dance Concert. . .

This year, nearly thirty students will perform in the works of critically noted guest choreographers including: Kyle ‘Just Sole’ Clark, former dancer and rehearsal director with Rennie Harris Puremovement, co-founder of Funky Sole Fundamentals, and co-Director of Just Sole-Street Dance Theater; Rev. Nia Eubanks-Dixon, former dancer with two high-powered companies, Urban Bush Women and the Chuck Davis African American Dance Ensemble, ordained minister and educator, and choreographer with Danse4Nia, acgilmoredance, and others; Megan Mazarick, a Philadelphia-based independent choreographer, performer and teacher who has toured her work in the US and in places as far flung as Egypt, Singapore and Poland; Shannon Murphy, co-director of IdiosynCrazy Productions, a sought-after independent dance artist who has worked with a wide range of choreographers and a choreographer in her own right who has presented work in the US and Canada; Meredith Rainey, former soloist with the Pennsylvania Ballet and Ballet X who has won numerous awards and grants for his work that has been performed in both North and South American as well as European venues, presently co-director of Pitch-dance; and Madeline Cantor, Associate Director of the Bryn Mawr College Dance Program, former dancer with one of Philadelphia’s pioneering Modern companies, Dance Conduit, Director of Dance(Teaching Artists Group) and a board member of Dance and the Child International. Senior dance major, Joy Angelica Chan will present an excerpt from her work “InVisible”

The concert runs under an hour and a half including intermission and seating begins 30 minutes prior to performance. The concerts are free and open to the public, and a reception follows in the Benham Lobby.

 

 

Posted in EVENTS.


No Responses (yet)

Stay in touch with the conversation, subscribe to the RSS feed for comments on this post.



Some HTML is OK

or, reply to this post via trackback.