Teaching Reflections

Over the last 12 months I have had the opportunity to work with some incredible students, teachers, and organizations! Here is a brief overview of some of these experiences: New York Philharmonic – Offering pre-concert movement workshops in full period dress! Limon4Kids – Working with NYC public school children 2nd-8th grade. Mile Square Theater – Working with K-2 students in an after school program New York Baroque Dance Company – Teaching open classes at the Mark Morris Dance Center New York University and William Paterson University – Working with graduate and undergraduate students as an adjunct professor in Baroque Dance,…

Notation as Product and Process – Nijinsky explorations

This October I had the opportunity to work with reconstructors Millicent Hodson & Kenneth Archer, Catherine Turocy, director, New York Baroque Dance Company and Claudia Jeschke, a German dance writer on Nijinsky and Doug Fullington of Pacific Northwest Ballet, (both Stepanoff Notation experts). We spent the day examining 2 pages of notation by Nijinsky and embodying his Abandoned Sarabande. In addition to further examining the world of notation and the crossover of historical eras in dance, it was wonderful to hear about Nijinsky’s fascination with the Baroque period and how his use of notation (read on staffs of music and…

An Exciting Year to Come – 2018!

From working on faculty with Limón4Kids and as an adjunct professor and collaborator in higher education, to finishing the year with solo performances for the 92nd St. Y Fridays at Noon, I can’t wait to dig deeper and continue to explore both as a performing artist and arts educator! I just wanted to take a moment to thank all of my mentors, teachers and colleagues in the field who help make this journey possible! Here’s to many more!