Andrea, Artistic Director of Roxbury Center for the Performing Arts (center), Sharon, Dance Educator and Choreographer (left), and Carolyn, Sharon's Mom and Dance Supporter (right) at the fantastic surprise birthday party to honor Andrea for her contributions to the Dance Community.
Sunday, June 15, 2014
I just wrapped up several dance performances. My students did a great job! Here are some photos.
|Dance with Books Students perform "La Raspa", a folklorico dance from Mexico.|
|During the performance, Parents are invited to dance with their children.|
Wednesday, February 5, 2014
Students in Dance with Books danced wonderfully at the Winter Dance Presentation. It was also great that the Parents participated in a dance activity.
For the Dance Presentation, Students performed Pandogo, an African Dance from Ghana. Then, Students created movements to the book “Watch Me Dance.” They did character walks to interpret the characters in The Nutcracker. For their last dance, they created letter shapes and danced with a partner. Then, Parents were asked to participate. The Parents and their children created movements using colorful scarves. They took turns copying each other. Parents were also given a “Letter Shapes Dance” Worksheet as a fun activity to do with their children at home.
Sunday, August 18, 2013
The Master Dance Class in Los Angeles was a success! Participants included: Bianca, Dancer and College Student, Steven, Dancer and College Student, and Special Guest, Professor Sharon, Dance Director at Los Angeles Southwest College. I enjoyed teaching the class. Bianca and Steven danced beautifully. We did a progressive warm-up, some challenging across the floor sequences, and choreography phrases. To close class, we did cool-down stretches and took a bow. Bravo! Kudos to Professor Sharon for taking great photos of the class. Remember – Make Time to Keep Dancing!