Emerging Choreographers Program
A Dance Center residency opportunity for emerging student choreographers who wish to develop their choreographic skills through a semester-long, in-depth mentorship with professional choreographers — an incredible chance to work one-on-one with some of the best choreographers working in the field of dance today.
Spring 2017 Emerging Choreographers:
Lauren Balbus and Talia Rothstein
Spring 2017 Residency Dates: April 24-30, 2017
Spring 2017 Mentors: Jill Johnson and Mario Zambrano
How It Works:
- 2-3 student Emerging Choreographers will be selected each term for a residency at the Dance Center, during which time they will each develop an original choreographic work.
- Residency will include: 6-10 hours of studio time per week for each choreographer; mentorship discussions; studio time with mentors; mentor workshops.
- In addition to artistic mentorship, the residency also includes production meetings with production staff throughout the residency.
Don't miss this exciting opportunity to share your artistic vision!
The Spring 2017 Emerging Choreographers Residency is supported in part by The Provostial Fund for the Arts and Humanities.
FALL 2016 EMERGING CHOREOGRAPHERS
Margaret Canady '20 and Joshua Hyunho Lee ’20
SPRING 2015 EMERGING CHOREOGRAPHERS
Benjamin Grimm '18 and Raeann Vuona GSE
FALL 2014 EMERGING CHOREOGRAPHERS
Sofie Rose Seymour '15 and Ilya Vidrin GSE
SPRING 2014 EMERGING CHOREOGRAPHERS
Megan Murdock '14, Mariel Pettee '14, and Jun Shepard '14
FALL 2013 EMERGING CHOREOGRAPHERS
Rossi Lamont Walter '14 and Amymarie Bartholomew GSAS
SPRING 2013 EMERGING CHOREOGRAPHERS
Irineo Cabreros '13, Hazel Lever '13, and The Lone Window Project (Mackenzie Dolginow '13, Bex Kwan '14, Samuel Leiter '14, Ariel Kiyomi Lepon '13, Elizabeth Mak '12, Megan Murdock '14, Jun Shepard '14, Xi "CiCi" Yu '13)
FALL 2012 EMERGING CHOREOGRAPHERS
Alex Willis '14 and Tsung-Yun Tzeng EXT '13
MENTORS FOR EMERGING CHOREOGRAPHERS HAVE BEEN: