Weekly Announcements – February 4 to 10

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THIS WEEK:  Sean Curran Company review, Trisha Brown in photos, new professional opportunities.

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ADMINISTRATIVE NOTES & REMINDERS

STUDIO SIGN OUT.  BFA and BA Dance students working on course related creative work may sign out studio space by emailing Jacqueline Reid. Studio availability can be checked on the bulletin board next to the Dance Office or online via Google Calendar.

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SPECIAL EVENTS

Idan Cohen Lecture/ Demonstration.  February 26.  Facebook Event

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UPCOMING SHOWS

MARCH 1 – MAD SIREN.  Guest company, Idan Cohen and Dancers, perform Idan Cohen’s Mad Siren in Loree Studio Theater. Facebook Event

MARCH 6 – $5 Paul Taylor Tickets.  The Paul Taylor Dance Company is offering $5 tickets to the March 6 performance of Brandenburgs and Speaking in Tongues in four separate pop-up shops across Manhattan. New York Times article

MARCH 6 thru 10 – SPRING DANCE CONCERT.  Student choreography from BFA Dance Majors.  Facebook Event

APRIL 18 thru 21 – BFA SENIOR DANCE CONCERT.  Senior BFA students present their choreography.  Facebook Event

APRIL 26-28, MAY 3-5 – DANCEPLUS SPRING 2013.  New work from guest artists Stefanie Batten Bland and Laura Peterson. New work from faculty Paulette Sears, Keith Thompson and Frederick Curry.  Facebook Event

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COURSE PLANNING & DEGREE PROGRAMS

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SUMMER SESSION 2013.  Summer Dance Technique will be taught by Manuel Vignoulle and Meghan Frederick. Summer Modern Dance Repertory will be taught by Manuel Vignoulle.  More information on Manuel and Meghan

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NEW PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

The collection of all performance, choreography, and intensive postings may be found on the Professional Opportunities page.

Jacob’s Pillow’s next audition for its Contemporary summer program will be held on February 17. Information

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NEWS IN DANCE

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Read this New York Times review of Sean Curran Company’s weekend at The Joyce

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Check out this New York Times photo blog, A Look Back at Trisha Brown

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