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What Moves You? @ Emmie Murphy

Emmie Murphy: Assistant to the Executive Director – New York City Ballet
Southport, CT

“What Moves You?”
Being able to commit myself to something I love everyday, which I really get to do in my current position. 152 more words


What Moves You? @ Erke Roosen

Erke Roosen: Dancer
Bergen op Zoom (The Netherlands)

What Moves You?
“Life moves me. People, animals, vibes, feelings; all of it and more gives me the urge to move and dance.” 142 more words


Costume Woes

Spring Recital is approaching quickly. Every year, I seem to give myself a challenge that is harder than I had initially thought. Last year, I hit a snag when trying to finish choreographing a routine that was out of my comfort-zone and asking a lot of 2 minutes of movement (see previous post tilted Choreographer’s Block from around this time last spring). 636 more words


What Moves You? @ Cassandra Cotta

Cassandra Cotta: Dancer and Choreographer
Point Pleasant, NJ

What Moves You?
“Everything. Anything. Stillness is very challenging for me because I define myself as a being who lives in perpetual motion. 299 more words


The Night Before

My name is Matthew Frain, and I am a lifelong dancer.  I have danced professionally for about 10 years, the last few of which I have been creating my own choreography.   1,156 more words

2016-2017 Performance Series Choreographer: Beth Del Nero

I came very late to dance. 28 years old is when I walked into my first ballet class – a late bloomer to say the least. 612 more words


It's Always Appropriate.

“I think it right, as long as I am in this body, to arouse you by way of reminder.” (2 Peter 1: 13 RSV)

As long as I’m alive there is something for which a reminder is always appropriate. 356 more words

Moving At The Speed Of Grace