ICONACLASS | Feb 10-13

poster_2016-02_ICONACLASS The Denver School of the Arts Department of Dance and Movement Class of 2016 presents their Senior Concert, ICONACLASS in the Dance Studio Theatre:

—part I—February 10 & 12 at 7 p.m.
—part II—February 11 & 13 at 7 p.m.

$14-adult | $10-student/senior general admission tickets are available at the door, or by calling: 720-424-1713

Dance Injury Prevention | Feb 20

Rocky Mountain Dance Injury Prevention Symposium, February 20, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

DSA is hosting the Rocky Mountain Dance Injury Prevention Symposium (RMDIPS) for the fourth time on Saturday, February 20. It’s geared towards DANCE STUDENTS, TEACHERS, and PARENTS to learn how to dance at an optimal level for a longer career—so even if you just take a few classes a week, you can still learn great information on how to be a better dancer AND a safer one. Join us for a day of medical discussions, master classes, and workshops from leading dance specialists in the Rocky Mountain area including new presenters such as Peter Marshall, resident PT for American Ballet Theatre. DSA students/parents get discounted registration of only $15 per student or $25 for 1 student and 1 parent before Jan 16 (after Jan 16 it’s $5 more). This special price is not listed on the registration form online but just write DSA STUDENT before your name on the registration form! Visit www.danceinjurysymposium.com for more information.

SHIFT | Nov. 19-21

Please join us November 19, 20, & 21 in the Kay Schomp Theatre for our Fall Concert, SHIFT. Tickets ($16/20-adults, $12/14-seniors & students), are available online.


SHIFT features the work of the department’s choreographic curriculum. In preparation for the show, Beginning Level Students create group choreography in collaboration with dance faculty mentors. This work allows for an in depth study of specific choreographic form and fundamental dance elements while allowing students to generate their own unique movement phrases. Intermediate Level Students work as teams in a problem solving process. Given a collective assignment with individual responsibilities, these students shape their dances to assigned music selections. Advanced Level Students collaborate to create original choreography as well as original costumes, music, and lighting. DSA dancers also perform works of guest artists.

In The Studio | Vertigo Dance

2015-1016_ITS_Vertigo-DanceOn Friday, October 16, the Department of Dance and Movement welcomed Noa Wertheim of Vertigo Dance In The Studio…

Ms. Wertheim is in Denver performing with Vertigo Dance, the company she founded in 1992 with her partner Adi Sha’al in Jerusalem. Behind her work is the philosophy that “Vertigo [is] a messenger of Israeli Art at its best, at home and abroad, that comes to bring people closer together and touch them through the language of the body.”

Focusing on technique, Noa Werthheim spent the afternoon working with DSA Advanced Dancers.

In The Studio | Cornish College of the Arts

On Monday, September 28, the Department of Dance and Movement welcomed Kitty Daniels of Cornish College of the Arts In The Studio…

Ms. Daniels Chaired the Dance Department at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle for 29 years. She specializes in the application of dance science to dance technique education.

Focusing on technique, Kitty Daniels spent the afternoon working with DSA Advanced Dancers.

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