DANCE PROJECT WILL RUN CLASSES AS NORMAL TODAY, JANUARY 11TH! PLEASE BE SAFE AND DRIVE CAREFULLY. YOUR SAFETY IS OUR NUMBER ONE CONCERN SO PLEASE YOUR BEST JUDGEMENT.
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Dance Project is a festival, a school, a dance company, and a community resource fueled by a passion for excellence in dance. Dance Project’s mission is to cultivate the field of modern dance in North Carolina, nurturing a community of artists, audiences, and students by providing opportunities for training, performance, collaboration, and employment.
NCDF is excited to showcase an excerpt from the evening-length “Blood Moon” by returning NCDF artist, Renay Aumiller. Aumiller is founding director of RAD | Renay Aumiller Dances. Founded in 2012, RAD has quickly gained momentum in North Carolina through thought-provoking performances displaying keen wit and fluid physicality. The company is based in Durham, NC and
Photo by Jeff Cravotta NCDF is excited to showcase returning NCDF artist EE Balcos on our 26th tour. Balcos is a professional dancer, choreographer, and contact improviser from Minneapolis, Minnesota. He has performed nationally and internationally with successful modern dance companies and his own choreography has been presented across the country. His work has also had
NCDF is excited to be showcasing Lindsey Kelley Brewer’s solo work, that happened, now onward in our upcoming 26th season. Recognizing the muddled past; its existence, its purpose. Learning to release what is necessary; set it free, forgive and someday even forget? Attempting to leave yesterday's debris in the haunting shadows and move towards a lighter and clearer
NCDF is excited to present Eric Mullis’s Phasings in our upcoming 26th season. Phasings, a minimalist, contemporary quartet by Eric Mullis, explores musical structures used by Steve Reich in his early compositions—accumulation, erasure, and phasing. Mullis has studied with Jesse Zarritt and Ishmael-Houston Jones, gaga technique in Tel-Aviv, Tai chi and Chinese martial arts in the United States, Beijing and
This week, we're shining the spotlight on Milanda McGinnis, Dance Project's Assistant School Director and an instructor in our studio. Milanda is a Knoxville, TN native where she began her dance training at a young age. She holds a B.F.A in Theater with a concentration in Dance from the University of Memphis. Since relocating to Greensboro
NCDF is excited to be showcasing the stunning trio by Kristi Vincent Johnson, When the Bough Breaks. She describes this dance as "a contemporary work inspired by the cyclical nature and consistent instability of codependent relationships. The work explores how the intensity of one person's struggles activates the enabling efforts and repeated rescues." Johnson, a Louisiana
The transition from summer to fall welcomes lots of exciting events at Dance Project! Take a look and see what’s happening-from workshops and classes to festivals and performances, there’s something for everyone to enjoy! September 1-October 6: Movement Class for Older Adults We are hosting a 6- week session of movement classes tailored for older adults!
In an effort to support the creation of new choreography by NC artists, the NCDF has partnered with the NC Dance Alliance (NCDA) to offer the NCDA/NCDF New Works Award. This year’s inaugural New Works artist is Sarah Council of Charlotte, founder and artistic director of Sarah Council Dance Projects (SCDP). Her new work Dislocate will premiere at
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Saturday, January 21st 2017, 12-1:30pm Studio 323 Greensboro Cultural Center Join us for an Urban Dance masterclass with Dance Project's teacher, Dwayne Waden. It is an open level class and we encourage everyone and anyone to participate! Dwayne Waden currently resides in High Point, NC and was born and raised in Capitol Heights, MD. Dwayne has
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Our classes will be closed to day, January 9th, due to inclement weather. Please stay tuned for updates regarding classes for the rest of the week. We do not follow the GCS schedule but will post any updates to our website by 2pm for classes starting in the afternoon and 9am for classes starting in