The Art of Making Corrections in Dance

Corrections, as dancers you need to deal a lot with them. Constructive criticism or a straight comment, helpful or confusing you, somehow you need to find your way of incorporating the given correction into your dancing. Understanding how to process the information in the right way may depend on the manner someone corrects you.

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10 “Must Try” Summer Dance Intensives for any Experience-Hungry Dancer!

A list of some amazing contemporary dance programs happening this year, some new, some re-occurring and all happening in different parts of the world!

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Being (il)legal #1: A Personal Account of an American Dancer in Europe

Being a foreign freelance artist is difficult in Europe. As a dance artist, I want to base myself in Brussels. More than Berlin and London, this is where I feel most accepted, most inspired, most intrigued, most challenged, most supported. And for what?–– For my art, my research and practice.
I have spent the last three months expending countless hours of energy trying to navigate the Belgian bureaucratic system…

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Dancers who overcame time: The dance legacy of Trisha Brown and Sonia Sanoja

This past March, dance communities from different latitudes came together in humble sorrow when two remarkable dancers passed away. Their death was surprisingly synchronized as if they were choreographed. Trisha Brown, who was born in 1936, died on March 17th in Washington, U.S.A., and Sonia Sanoja, born in 1932, died on March 26th in Caracas, Venezuela.

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