• Choreography
    Transitioning into Choreography

    By: Christina Ricucci Growing up a competitive dancer, I’ve always been given solo/group choreography to master and improve. I’ve been so incredibly lucky to work with some of the most amazing artists and choreographers in the industry, and...

    • Posted 8 months ago
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    Transcribing Dance Company: Making Modern Dance for the Masses

    In curating the Dance Life Blog, I have been lucky enough to interview some very accomplished and impressive artists, from all walks of the dance industry. From ballerinas, artistic directors of dance competitions, pre-professional students, and all the...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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    Hip-Hop Tips for Teachers from Pro Chuck Maldonado!

    We asked choreographer Chuck Maldonado some tips for teachers who are just starting to offer and teach hip-hop at their studios. Here is his advice!  Do you remember your first hip-hop class? If so, how was your...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    Dream Big and Make the Move

    Dance artists often face the career challenge of deciding to move to a big city, or a different big city, where work in the arts thrives to secure a job. We recently spoke with Yo-el Cassell, a...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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    5 Simple Tips for Every Audition

    Auditioning. All dancers must do it. Some love it. Some hate it. It gets your adrenaline pumping, hands sweating, and nerves jumping. It’s the audition! Whether you are auditioning for a summer intensive, your dream company, a...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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