Monthly Archives: November 2013

Welcome to the Family!

By Bethany Fagan This year I had the privilege of working with Artistic Director William Evans in coordinating the 10th Annual New Dancers Showcase. The concert brought together 28 talented dancers, new to the Department of Dance, in pieces choreographed … Continue reading

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Students Show Newly Choreographed Works

By Bethany Fagan The tenth annual New Dancers Showcase will be held in The College at Brockport’s Rose L. Strasser Studio, Hartwell Hall, Kenyon Street, on Friday, November 22, at 7:30 pm and Saturday, November 23, at 7:30 pm.  There … Continue reading

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Chicago Style Dancing

By Matthew Frazier-Smith I recently returned from Chicago, IL where undergraduate student, Maya Gonzalez, and I presented a new duet entitled Different Cut, Same Cloth. This work was presented as part of Bonesbare 7— an annual dance festival hosted by … Continue reading

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Faculty-choreographed Concert, DANSCORE, Opens this Weekend!

By Kevin Warner, Department Chair, and Stuart Soloway, Fine Arts Coordinator for The College at Brockport DANSCORE Brings Brockport to Rochester Venue for November 16 Performance Brockport Performances on November 14 and 15 The Department of Dance at The College … Continue reading

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The Student Dance Organization Gets Jammin’

By Jen Dayton On Wednesday, November 6, the Student Dance Organization had their first annual improvisation jam for the fall semester. An improvisation jam is a time when artists come together and design, create, play, and explore the world of … Continue reading

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Graduate Students Discuss Choreographing Thesis Projects

Friends of Brockport Dance recently sat down with MFA Graduate Students, Angie Muzzy, Matthew Frazier-Smith and Julia Zdrojewski to discuss the process of creating work for their thesis projects this semester. Together they talked about generating movement, themes in their … Continue reading

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