Music & Dance

Dance at GVSU

Physical. Language. Grace. Kinesthetic. Gesture. Emotional. Space. Powerful. Communication. Senses. Body. Force. Human. Embody. Technical. Effort. Dialogue. Chance. Touch. Suspend. Propel. Intrigue.

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Grand Valley State University Dance Program offers students a chance to develop technical dance skills through rigorous technique courses and performing opportunities.  The Dance Program guides a dancer's artistry, technique, emotions and physical facility to converge into a unique and dynamic performer. Through daily technique courses in Modern, Ballet, Jazz and Pointe, each dancer hones their craft in small classes with one-on-one Faculty/Student instruction.  GVSU Dance enables each dancer to interact within a dynamic group of performers while building a network of resources for their future careers. 

 

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We are proud to present our Fall Arts Dance 2015

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2015, 7:30 P.M.

Louis Armstrong Theatre

Performing Arts Center

Allendale Campus

Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers present
"Meditations in Motion: Virtuosity and Imagination in Dance - Innovation and Modernity in Music."

 

Prelude carillon concert from 7-7:20 p.m. featuring University Carillonneur

Professor Julianne Vanden Wyngaard

 

Dance performance followed by reception

 

Mark your calendars for a unique, entertaining, and wonderfully unpredictable collaboration from one of the ocuntry's foremost contempoary Asian-American dance companies.

 

Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers of Philadelphia will present a memorable evening of dance set to music featuring the celebrated Grand Valley State University New Music Ensemble.  The ensemble will perform the entrancing and otherworldly music of GVSU alumni composer, Dan Rhode.

 

Hailed for its superbly trained dancers and inventive choreography, the internationally-active Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers celebrate the ability of dance to integrate body, spirit, and mind, inviting audiences to engage in their own journeys of self-discovery.

 

 

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