I have talked to many dancers about the benefits of taking a gap year. After all the President’s daughter is doing it. It can be really beneficial, especially if you are not sure how you want dance in your life…. Continue Reading →
We are excited to work with UNITY to offer to the members of the member organization this wonderful opportunity. NYC Dance Deconstructed Residency/Gibney Dance – $500.00 Grant The Dance Pathways grant is created to assist in the funding of a group… Continue Reading →
I am really excited to announce a new program that I am producing at Gibney Dance. It’s called NYC Dance Deconstructed, a Gibney Dance program designed for college and dance studio and high school dance groups. The program will serve this dance community… Continue Reading →
Dancers are the ultimate “doers”. Amanda Taylor grew up dancing and majored in Musical Theatre at college. She has taken entrepreneurship to a whole new level, and brings dance to the masses. What started as an idea in her NY apartment now has over… Continue Reading →
Colleges, Conservatories and Studios do a great job of training artists, but often fall short when it comes to preparing students for real life. 2 new books came on my radar recently, both are written by accomplished artists/business people, who… Continue Reading →
The National Dance Education Organization has a wonderful program that honors dancers from high school through college. Read about the benefits to studios, school programs and dancers, in my latest blog on Dance Life.
That’s the question. Read the top 8 reasons going to college to major in dance makes sense at the More Than Dancers website, a great place to learn about life, dance, beauty and more.
If you are researching getting a degree in dance and mystified by all the different choices, perhaps my article in Dance Life will help you figure out which pathway is right for you.
Are you getting ready for your college audition? Read my advice posted on Dance Life.
Rachel Moore, Executive Director of ABT, made the career transition from dancer to educator and made a difference. Read about her dance pathway in this recent article from the LA Times.