Magazine article Dance Teacher

Dance Teacher Recognizes

Magazine article Dance Teacher

Dance Teacher Recognizes

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Lance Teacher presents teachers who complete a continuing dance education program by the organizations on the following page with a special Dance Teacher certificate of recog

nition. Simply send a letter to DT Recognizes, Dance Teacher, 250 West 57th Street, Suite 420, New York, NY 10107. Please include the name of the organization, proof of participation in the program you attended and a brief description of how the experience improved your teaching as well as a photo. Dance Teacher salutes the following educators who have completed The Dance Professionals Workshop at American Dance Festival.

The Dance Professionals Workshop at American Dance Festival (ADF) is a unique program in which dance educators and specialists can design their own schedules based on the wide selection of modern dance technique and dance-making classes in the festival's renowned sixweek dance course. Workshop participants attend the festival for one week and have the opportunity to take classes, observe teachers and students, attend performances and meet with ADF's acclaimed faculty as well as ADF Dean Donna Faye Burchfield. With an emphasis on flexibility and one-on-one interaction, The Dance Professionals Workshop can be adapted to suit participants' specific professional needs and interests.

This year's 6-week dance course dates are June 6 to July 19, with available workshop weeks falling between June 14 to July 12. Workshop weeks must begin on a Friday and end on a Friday.

For more information, contact American Dance Festival at POBox 90772, Durham, NC 27708; phone: 919-684-6402; fax: 919-684-5459; send e-mail to: school@americandancefestival.org; or check out the ADF website at www.americandancefestival.org.

Here's what ADF Dance Professional Workshop Participants from 1999-2001 have to say about the program:

"The ability to experiment and to select classes that fit my needs and expanded my horizons was a valuable aspect of the program. I eri o ed etting into the fray to experience the movement."

"The availability of a flexible schedule as well as the varied interests of the other Dance Professionals Workshop participants made the workshop work for me."

"My week at ADF was very inspiring and enjoyable. I made some terrific contacts and friends."

"The flexibility to meet with so many artists within this program was wonderful."

"Experiencing the festival in its entirety and working with the other workshop participants was very meaningful. I loved every minute."

AMERICAN ACADEMY OF BALLET

250 West 90th St., Ste. 3A, New York, NY 10024 PHONE: 212-787-9500, FAX: 212-787-8636 WEBSITE: www.ameracademyofballet.com

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL

Duke University, POBox 90772 Durham, NC 27708 PHONE: 919-684-6402, FAX: 919-684-5459 E-MAIL school@americandancefestival.org WEBSITE: www.americandancefestival.org

BALLET INTENSIVE FROM MOSCOW

PMB 356, 47 West Division St. Chicago, IL 606 10 PHONE: 773-404-0417, FAX: 773-404-0467 E-MAIL ballet@concentric. net WEBSITE: www.BalletRussianTeachers.com

BATES DANCE FESTIVAL

Bates College, 163 Wood St. Lewiston, ME 04240-6016 PHONE: 207-786-6381 WEBSITE: www.bates.edu/dancefest

BENESH INSTITUTE 36 Battersea Square, London SW 11 3 RA, England PHONE: 44 171 326-803 1, FAX: 44 171 356-8033 E-MAIL: BeneshInstitute@rad.org.uk WEBSITE: www.benesh.org

BROADWAY DANCE CENTER

221 West 57th St., Sth Fl. New York, NY 100 19 PHONE: 212-582-9304; FAX. 212-977-2202 E-MAIL: rol@bwydance.com WEBSITE: www.broadwaydancecenter.com

CECCHETTI COUNCIL OF AMERICA

23393 Meadows, Flat Rock, MI 48134 PHONE/FAX: 734-379-6710 E-MAIL: CCAinfo@aol. …

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