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Choreographers in the Classroom

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Teaching What You Love by Valeria Gladstone “The connection between teacher and student creates a bond,” says Jason Samuels Smith, who like most choreographers teaches locally at studios and colleges as well as on tour, “strengthening the dance tradition and building upon it with each generation’s input and style.” There may be no better way [&hellip
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Stephen Petronio Company at the Joyce

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By Janet Allon The veteran, and yet still youthful, choreographer Stephen Petronio opened his short run at the Joyce last night. It was both a star-studded affair, and a performance filled with athleticism and extraordinary, sometimes challenging beauty. Petronio, who describes himself as the bastard child of modern dance pioneers Steve Paxton and Trisha Brown, [&hellip
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