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re: Please tell a little about yourself teachers....
By KangarooPawmember has saluted, click to view salute photosPremium member
On Tue Feb 10, 2009 08:27 AM
I read the OP, however I am not going to share certain things, like the name of my studio or its location. Sorry, it's the internet, and I'm not a huge trusting person of the internet.

My name's Ashlee, I'm 21, and I've been a teacher since I was 14. I've danced for 18 years now (and still do, this is my last official year) I teach intermediate/advanced 10-13 year old competition students ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, lyrical, contemporary, acrobatics, and stretch classes. I also choreograph groups in tap, jazz, hip hop, lyrical, and contemporary, as well as solos, duets, and trios.

I have trained in ballet, jazz, tap and lyrical for my entire life, and contemporary, hip hop, and acrobatics since I was 10.

At the age of 14, I started my teaching career with some preschool and beginner classes, in ballet, tap, jazz and acrobatics. Soon after I began teaching lyrical, and eventually everything else got thrown in as well, and I started teaching more advanced students.

Next year, seeing as how I will strictly be a teacher only (with the exception of a solo, maybe) I'd like to teach the advanced senior company II.

I have a steady boyfriend who I've been with for over a year, and have no plans of not being with in the future. We live together. He is 25 years old and has a BA in dance...so perfect match for me! :D

I'm an active member of DDN and have been for a few years now. I just hardly ever click on the separate tabs, and finally decided to give it a try. I think this forum is pretty good and I look forward to getting to know all of you. :)
re: Please tell a little about yourself teachers....
By misstabbi
On Sat May 02, 2009 11:19 PM
Hey ya'll! My name is Tabitha and I am 19 years old. I teach at studios through a fraternal insurance that offers dance classes as a benefit to its junior members. I started dancing when I was 3 with the same studio that I teach at now. When I was 5 my parents took me to a bigger studio where I grasped some more technical training. I did ballet, tap, jazz, hop-hop and pointe. At age 10 I had to return to my hometown's smaller studio where the resources were scarce. I continued on through junior high and that is when I almost quit dancing. I liked it but I wasn't in LOVE with it. I tried out for my high school's dance team the karnes city highstppers and after meeting a young dancer and teacher mid-way through the year, I FELL IN LOVE with dancing. She showed me sides of dancing I had never seen before, and most importantly, she believed in me and is the one who truly made me appreciate the ability that my body is capable of. After my freshmen year, I have been trying to learn soo many different things about dance that I can. I got a job early in high school to pay for conventions and any workshops I could get myself to. I always strive to learn and hopefully soon, I'll be taking some ballrooms classes. Now that I am a thankful enough to be teaching, I try to teach my students everything that I know plus more. :)

This was a great idea!!
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By RoxannaRankin
On Wed May 27, 2009 09:33 AM
Hi, :)

My name is Roxanna Rankin. Im 23 years old and live in Edinburgh, Scotland. I am married and we are expecting our first baby in October. I have been teaching for 6 years. I completed my BA (Hons) in Dance. I furthered my dance experience by going to New York for six months, where I worked intensively at Broadway Dance Center, specialising in Jazz and Tap. I have ISDT, UK and BBO teaching qualifications. In september Im going to University to do an MA in Dance science and Education.
Recently, I travelled to Norway to choreograph and dance with the Norwegian dance company GLOW.
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By MissMerry
On Fri May 29, 2009 01:49 PM
Hello,
My name is Merry, I'm 24 and I live in Michigan. I have been teaching for 11 years. I was an assistant teacher for 2 of those years. I opened my studio when I was 15 but I also assistant taught until I graduated.

Why did I open my studio at 15? I will tell you. My family was staying at a campground and at the campground they have a stage and wanted us to perform that weekend, my sister and I were like we can't we don't have our dance shoes, costumes or music but said that we would try to get our teacher to bring a group to perform. Well she didn't want anything to do with it so my mom said well if you want to get some of your friends together and do it, we will, and that's exactly what we did! So from then on I have been teaching. It started out with mostly friends and neighbors and now I am a staple of the community. At one point I had two studios but had to close the one because of the drive and high gas prices.

I have danced at many dance studios and remember all of my teachers. But I won't tell you about all of them, however I think I have a learned a little from each of them. My first one wasn't very nice and because of this I stopped dancing for a year, the one who didn't want to perform at the campground was my primary teacher and help spark my love of dance I started dancing with her when I was 10. She was great in teaching many things but not technique and not very supportive of me going and opening a studio, and the best teacher is my ballet teacher. I was dancing at another studio when she came and performed in the recital, which sparked my interest I started taking classes with her when I was 11. At about 14 I couldn't stand ballet any more so I quit, danced at several other studios and eventually came back to my senses and went back to taking classes with her my senior year in high school. She has been a great mentor to me I still go and take classes every once in awhile from her, she is very supportive of me.

I teach classes in ballet, tap, jazz, pointe, adult jazz/exercise, mommy & me, creative movement and some hip-hop. I use to teach tumbling but my sister took that over for me this past year. I have also taken classes in clogging, hawaiian, lyrical, modern and some swing.

I have loved teaching all the ages groups, my favorite changes from time to time. But at the moment I think I like teaching the 6-10 year olds. They come and want to learn! Well that's enough about me. It is great reading about everyone else!

~Miss Merry~
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By danadwadance
On Tue Jul 14, 2009 09:19 PM
Guess what I'm a SO for the last two years with no dance experience except 3 thru 18 yrs of age. I have been teaching at my studio for the past 8 yrs and have owned the studio for the past 2. I teach all our 3 to 5 yr olds and I am a great teacher and the kids and parents love me. I can not teach beyond age 9 but I don't fret about that, I have the greatest teachers. I always say I get them in the studio for 3 yrs and it's up to my teachers to take them beyond. So far it's worked great. I love what I do!!!!!!!
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By darlin_dancer
On Wed Jul 15, 2009 01:25 AM
My name is Natalie. I have been teaching for about 3 years now. I have danced since the age of 3 and will be turning 21 in September. Currently I am a full time college student & am doing very little dancing for myself. I teach the baby classes and am slowly getting a bigger class load with students ranging in age 2(with parent)- 13ish. I have been an active member for a few years and this site is addicting & very helpful. I tell people about it all the time!

Dance has always been my main consistency and passion, no matter what else goes on around me... I think of it as my saving grace & love to help others find the passion.
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By Acrothiel
On Mon Aug 24, 2009 11:04 AM
At the moment I am 23 (too soon 24) and I danced for about 20 years classical ballet. My attempt to go pro at the age of 16 was a disappointment (I was too immature to go away from home, no supportive parents and a bad body (superficially I look like a professional dancer but I have major knee and back issues).

Anyway, I danced very intense at this time but unfortunately I had to give up the dream of dancing on stage.

In january my teacher had to do a surgery and so she asked me to teach some classes for her. It was a good exerpience, difficult in the beginning but I enjoy teaching very much. Because of some troubles she had after the surgery, I am still teaching and I plan now to become a "real" (trained) teacher once.
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By jazzdancerdi
On Wed Sep 02, 2009 11:42 AM
Edited by jazzdancerdi (81528) on 2009-09-02 11:49:25
My name is Di, and I'm 26. I'm originally from Illinois and currently I live in Michigan. My "specialty" I consider to be jazz, and I also enjoy teaching pom, lyrical, contemporary/modern, musical theater, and ballet.

I started out as a dance assistant at my home studio and really liked it, so when the opportunity came available, I took a full instructor position at another local studio during my last year of high school. I worked there for my four years of college and became their lead instructor, and also went on to work as a guest choreographer at other studios in the area. We also were hired to choreograph high school competition routines and I was asked to judge at various events in the area.

After I graduated from undergrad, I opened and operated my own dance studio in a location that was about 4 hours away from home for two years, where I taught all forms of dance and built up an outstanding reputation in the area. I got married during that time period as well, so at the end of the second dance season - my husband was transfer to Michigan and I was able to sell the studio to a new owner. (Luckily she changed the studio name, since it's turned out that she didn't have a personality that meshed with the clientele.) It is still in existence, although much smaller and sadly most of my "core" group went other places as the new owner didn't live up to their expectations or just didn't mesh, I don't know... but I've been able to keep in touch with a large number of students from my first studios, so that's been great.

After moving to Michigan, I started my MBA which I just completed in December 2008 and this Fall 09 will be my first dance season back teaching after taking about a two year break to complete my degree. I'm excited and I know it will be like riding a bike (hopefully), but I am anxious about teaching in a totally different area, where I probably have a totally different style. I'm teaching at two area studios for this dance year, and eventually I hope to own other studios in the future, perhaps once we are able to move someplace that we feel comfortable enough to buy a house but for now... I'm just planning on teaching here until we can make sure we'll be living somewhere that my husband's job won't have to move from.

Oh, and I've been a member of Dancenet for quite some time, but it's been a while since I've visited, I'm glad to be back and posting! I used to only visit the Jazz area, but I guess I need to wander around a bit more. I've missed the dance community while I was off doing the "academic" thing for a while, so it does feel like I've come "home" to dance. =)
re: Please tell a little about yourself teachers....
By liv2dnz
On Sat Sep 05, 2009 08:07 PM
Hello all, and after reading everyone's post, I really feel old. If it weren't for JLL and ZOE53 I would feel ancient, I'm 51. I'm EM (my initials) and live in Florida. As someone else stated, I don't trust the internet...

I actually haven't been teaching that long, but love it. I assisted for about 10 yrs ( give or take) at the studio where my kids took dance class. I did learn plenty about teaching students. However, I have only been teaching for 6 years and enjoy every minute of it, I leave regenerated every time. My teaching preferance lies in the older group, 12 and up. My training is exclusively in ballet, but have learned jazz and modern through conventions, master classes, and college.
As ZOE53 so stated, learning the different schools and incorporating the French which is what I was trained in has become my teaching method. This way I create a more balanced dancer that can adapt to the different schools and terminology.And thank you, Balanchine is a style, not a methodology. For some reason, it irks me when I here students say they were trained in balanchine. AAAgggg... Sorry, rambling here.

I graduate from college in Dec. as a high school English teacher with a minor in theatre. Hopefully, I'll be able to bring my love of dance to students.I am currently a student teacher for seniors in a lower income area, but they have proven to me that that what you hear through the grapevine is not necessarily true, they are amazing kids.Some can be challenging, but they are still teenagers after all. Hopefully I can start a dance group or club, but I don't know how ballet will fare with them...
Maybe ZOE53 you could give me some pointers or insights. i would love to chat and pick your brain...
Keep in touch, oh and KangarooPaw, thanks for wishing us to have good dancing shoes, i have yet to find a pair that is confortable, after 40 years of looking...
EM
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By Stacie87
On Tue Sep 08, 2009 12:06 AM
Hello all!!!
My name is Stacie, Im 22 and from Sunny Sunny florida. I have been dancing since I was two years old. I started dancing at a studio here in my town and fell head over heels with it the first day i put on my first tu-tu! lol I started teacher assisting at the age of 14. Then I did the whole dance team thing through out middle school and high school. I started choreographing for all the local schools and my studio when I was 16 and have ever since. Im currently dancing in collage and teaching at a great studio. I teach ballet, tap, jazz, hip-hop, modern, lyrical. I have had the wonderful opportunity to dance on the Grand Princess Cruise Ship in 2005 and in 2007 I was a back up dancer for DJ UNK and an up coming performer John Gillette. I also work and choreograph for the company team. I recently got married to my husband Skyler, he is wonderful!!!

This was fun! Nice to meet all of you!! Im new here, so still getting used to DDN :)

Always and Always,
Ms.Stacie
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By ndn_dance
On Thu Dec 03, 2009 01:23 AM
Hello everyone! My name is Nola and I teach in a remote city in Northern Alberta Canada. I am 30 years old and have been teaching for 16 years. I have a degree (BFA) in dance and I am RAD and Al Gilbert certified. I teach ballet, pointe, jazz, lyrical and tap.
I have trained with Nadia Potts (former Soloist with National Ballet of Canada), Jacqui Stuart (current RAD examiner) just to name a few.
I have a 10 month old daughter and have been married to a firefighter for almost 5 years!
I am totally loving this site and the support and advice I have already received especially since I don't have a lot of other experienced dance instructors in my area!!
For those of you that are Canadian or watch So You Think You Can Dance Canada....this years winner Tara Jean was in the very first class I assisted as a young student!
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By psballet
On Tue Dec 22, 2009 08:21 AM
Hi there! I'm Nicole and I am a ballet teacher and SO from Washington. I'm 26 and I started teaching at 16, then opened my own studio at 20. I am still currently the only teacher at my school, though I hope to train up a few teachers for the coming year. I am a little bit of a control freak...lol it's not really that, it's more that I am protective of my students and of my studio's image.

I have studied classical ballet under several different teachers and continue to learn all I can whenever I can. I had several knee and back problems as a teen, so I never was able to dance professionally...sometimes I wish I had, but I love teaching. I love watching my students grow up.
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By contemp_is_rad
On Fri Jan 01, 2010 12:20 AM
Hi, I'm Emma and I just started teaching last semester (contemporary) and am going to teach some baby ballet this year! Exciting!
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By Peachy
On Sat Mar 27, 2010 11:59 AM
Hello - My name is Alisha. I acutally discovered dance.net when I was about 13 and just beginning pointe. At age 16 I started as an assistant dance teacher - and now at 19 I am teaching my own 3-5 year old beginner ballet class at the YMCA! I am so excited about this opportunity and I can't wait to add it to my resume to get more teaching jobs, especially at more well known studios in the area! I have been dancing for 16 years! And teaching for 3 1/2 -
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By jivebunnymember has saluted, click to view salute photos
On Sun Apr 04, 2010 03:09 PM
I teach in the UK southwest areas.
I teach street dance and breakdance and also cover musical theatre,contemporary and creative movement class.
I have a BA degree in Dance and have studied in contemporary,street dance and breakdance.
I still perform with different dance companies around the area and always look to improve my dance abilities/techniques then passing on information to younger ones.
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By dancecandy
On Fri Apr 30, 2010 07:23 PM
I laughed when I saw Dancersedge comment on boyfriends and husbands!

My name is Arielle and I recently started teaching at one of the largest dance studios in British Columbia Canada. My specialty is ballet and I love teach 12 and under. I have a bachelor of arts in dance where I studied ballet and modern. I'm plain and normal and not really competitive but I love teaching. I do have one thing though that holds me back (mentally and physically)...I was diagnosed about 5 years ago with desmoid tumors in my calf and hamstring of my right leg. It's difficult for me to put my heel down on the ground as my achilles has totally contracted and it's hard for me to straighten my knee (well, basically I can't). Anyway point being that I've been struggling these past few years with continuing to teach dance or go back to school for an Education degree. My fiance and I sat down and calculated an approximate average over 10 years for both...continuing teaching or going back and loaning money. It would be even by 10 years and not going through the stress of debt and school is worth it to me!

So after all these years of him hating that I teach dance and he never gets to see me at night and I don't make enough money he actually is encouraging me to dive in and teach the heck out dance!

Best Wishes and Good Luck fellow teachers!! xoxoxo
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By Theresamember has saluted, click to view salute photosPremium member
On Sat May 08, 2010 07:50 PM
My name is Theresa, and I'm from Michigan. I've taught off and on for years, and I'm getting ready to go back in to the game, in a manner of speaking. :D

I'd imagine I was a fairly active child, because I don't remember a time that I didn't dance. I've always been really smitten with the percussive dances - tap and clogging mainly. I've taken everything but ballet. I was never interested in ballet, it wasn't loud enough. :D

When I was 11, I had a teacher that I idolized named Marcie. I seriously wanted to be exactly like her. I dressed like her, I learned to copy her handwriting, everything. All I wanted in the world was to be just like Marcie!

I'm a tough instructor - I've been known on more than one occasion to make students cry. I don't do it on purpose, and if I knew how to stop it before it got that far out of hand, I totally would, but it just kind of happens. (Well, it's happened twice, and one of them was my sister. So, it's not like it happens alot).

Even though I'm tough, I'm kind of a chicken. I've got the skills to be able to teach tap, and with a little refresher I could teach jazz, but the idea of doing either kind of freaks me out. I'm a bit of a chicken.

When people find out that I teach dance and I have a son that takes dance, the next question out of their mouths is always "Are you his teacher?", and my answer is "Heck to the no!" I'll probably be teaching some combination classes next year, but I don't care what day or time we've got to drive to the studio, he will not be taking a class with me, that's for darn sure. Number one, I'm not sure that he's got the smarts yet to be able to seperate that "On this side of the door she's mamacita, but on this side of the door she's Miss Theresa" thing just yet (and he's hella smart, so there's no question I'm underestimating him there, but even still), and two, the assumption is ALWAYS that the teacher favors their kid, and I just don't even want to go through all that.

So that's all I think I can think of. :D
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By OkinawaDancing
On Fri Jun 11, 2010 07:43 AM
Hey everyone,
I just found the forum and I thought that I would give it a shot. In a nutshell I have been teaching dance for about 8 years now. I have a program which is located in Okinawa Japan and I teach a number of disciplines for a number of age groups and levels.

At the current time we are a little more limited then I would like, however I am working on expanding so that we can accommodate more students.
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By dancinang
On Thu May 26, 2011 11:05 AM
My name is Angela and I live in Albuquerque, NM. It's been quite an adjustment as I grew up in the Bay Area of California, where dance studios were a dime a dozen and everyone knows everyone. I taught at a studio in Napa for many years which was owned by my college dance professor. I was so blessed to have met her as I've learned so much from her, as a person, dancer, and mother. It was a ballet school and many of my dancers would attend summer intensives at Joffrey and ABT. How lucky was I when I started teaching jazz class there (first ever for the studio). After a couple of years I developed a Competition Division for the school. It was hard to leave.

I have been teaching for 19 years which included 6 years for professional sports teams. I've been dancing since I was 4 years old. I have a degree in Business Management and Human Resources. In addition to teaching dance and independent choreography jobs I work fullt time for the government. I am a certified judge and coach for the State of New Mexico. Almost forgot I'm a Mother to a wonderful 5 year daughter who has entered the world of dance and seems to be enjoying it as much as I do.

I was teaching at a local studio here in NM but made the transistion to coaching a high school dance team for a new school. This helped me come to the realization that my heart is teaching in the studio environment. Since leaving the HS I've been a judge for several local dance competitions and it has been such joy watching the up and coming talent that is here in NM. I can't wait to see what future dancers have in store for us.

I teach tap, jazz, lyrical/contemporary, hip-hop and pom for all ages/level. I'm now searching for a studio to call home.
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By SAPdance
On Wed Sep 21, 2011 09:33 AM
Hi my name is Shena and I am from Greenfield Park QUEBEC CANADA and boy am I ever feeling OLD after having read these last 12 pages. LOL. I am ...ahum...39 years old :) I teach (and am assistant director) at the dance studio my grandmother started 73 years ago (in 1938). My mum and I work together and we both hold full time day jobs (well,she did until she retired 2 years ago from her day job ). I have been dancing since I could walk and teaching/assisting since my mum realized it was better to have me help her in class than run around outside while she was teaching. We are a B.A.T.D. certified studio.

I teach at the oldest private dance school in the Montreal Quebec area and most likely one of the oldest private dance schools in Canada. We are very excited that we will be featured in the November 2011 issue of "Dance Studio Life Magazine" as part of their running series dedicated to studios with "staying power". camerondance.com

I am very fortunate to be the third generation of an amazing dance school that my grandmother started during war time. My children (now 6 and 9) are the 4th generation and are currently dancing in our school as well. Hopefully one day they will continue on our tradition of teaching. I have taught many styles of dance over the years but right now I am focusing on our competition team so basically teach Ballet, Jazz and MT but have taught other styles such as tap, Hip Hop, lyrical, Highland dancing, stretch etc.. I am a Highland Dancer at heart :)

My mentor (idol) is my late grandmother Lorna Wallace Cameron. She taught until the age of 75 and only stopped because she moved to Ontario to help my Uncle raise his children after a divorce. At age 75 she was still teaching 5 hours straight on Saturdays (the little guys) in her ballet body suit and slippers and her tap shoes of course. Even at 86 she was still tap dancing whenever she would wait in line at the grocery store or if she was moving throughout her house. Everyone loved and respected her. She truly was a gift and inspiration to us all. We are now teaching great grandchildren of some of her past students. My mum is also someone who I look up to as well. She raised me as a single mum, worked a full time day job, and ran the dance studio at night and on weekends. Although she comes across as a tough nut...she is all bark and no bite. She has a true love for all the students she teaches and does so much for myself and her dancers. I am proud to be a dance teacher at a place so many call home.

I went to school to study and become a certified athletic therapist (C.A.T.C) and strength and conditioning specialist (C.S.C.S.) so I have a Bachelors of Science (exercises Science) I worked for almost 10 years in the emergency care and rehabilitation of Elite athletes (Football players and artistic athletes such as dancers, gymnasts, circus artists, figure skaters etc..) I loved every minute of it but it was hard to fit it all in with my growing family and the dance school. Ultimately I decided to take on a more "cushy" day job so I could focus on my children and the dance school. I now currently work a full time day job (that has nothing to do with dance) and teach and help run our 73 yr old dance school.

I could go on forever about what I love about teaching dance but I guess what stands out most to me is: having the privilege to continue on with my grandmother`s legacy; being fortunate enough to spend time with such great young dancers who keep me young and who keep me feeling like I am helping mold these young dancers into the wonderful adults they eventually all become; the opportunity to work with my mum on a daily basis (although we have very different ways of doing things) it is something I am very fortunate to have and finally, knowing that we have created a dance family for so many young children.

good luck to all of those young dance teachers and studio owners out there. You are as well an inspiration.
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By rach353
On Sun Oct 16, 2011 11:02 AM
HELLO Teachers and Dancers!!!

My name is Rachelle and I've been teaching for the past 10 years!! I'm 29 and currently teaching dance in the public schools. Within the past 10 years I've taught at/in recreation centers, after school programs, community centers, private dance studios and most recently public schools. Please visit my website: rachelleprovost.com

My newest venture is to travel and teach. I want to start in the U.S.A. and work my way around the world teaching Master classes and working on various choreography projects.

Peace and Love!
-Rachelle
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By MissAlice
On Sun Oct 16, 2011 02:14 PM
Hi, I'm Alice, I'm 23 and I'm from Ontario, Canada.

I have been teaching for 7 years and dancing for 12 years.

I began my teaching career as an assistant for my SO. From there, I was given my own pre-dance class, and then began adding more classes each year. I also went to George Brown College in Toronto for Dance Performance Preparation. I also have my Associates in ballet from the B.A.T.D.

I now teach 5 days a week, 34 classes a week. I also choreograph for our comp team, including large groups, small groups and solos.

I also just graduated from the Early Childhood Educator program at Fleming College and am a supply teacher at a local daycare. I love children (clearly) and adore being around them 24/7.

The dance studio is my life, my family and my passion. I plan on teaching for as long as I can!
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By Tommydc
On Tue Oct 18, 2011 11:36 AM
I have a BFA in Dance and Choreography, a MFA in Dance (Choreography and Technology), a small professional dance company in DC and am the Dance Coordinator for a Community College. I have been teaching for 20 years plus (10 in higher ed) and have spent 5 years in 501c3 non-profits as Director of Education and Production Director. I love me job and teaching dance especially in higher ed, although sometimes I do miss the little ones!
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By Tommydc
On Tue Oct 18, 2011 11:37 AM
I have a BFA in Dance and Choreography, a MFA in Dance (Choreography and Technology), a small professional dance company in DC and am the Dance Coordinator for a Community College. I have been teaching for 20 years plus (10 in higher ed) and have spent 5 years in 501c3 non-profits as Director of Education and Production Director. I love me job and teaching dance especially in higher ed, although sometimes I do miss the little ones!
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By StandingOvation
On Sat Jun 09, 2012 04:58 PM
Hi I am the co founder of Standing Ovation Dance Company. We are a local group with local kids (not really that big of a studio). So me and my friend opened a dance studio. I am only 12 but I have taken lots of dance and we are actually very successful. We have only been to 1 competition but we are a growing studio.
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