Ray Leeper Teaches Jazz September 30, 2011 | JennyD | More on How-To
In this video, NUVO director Ray Leeper breaks down jazz positions and connects them to…ballet roots. Want more? Read about Ray's approach at www.dance-teacher.com/2011/09/technique-ray-leeper/Read More
Rehearsal with Jill Johnson August 31, 2011 | RaZar | More on Instructional
Get an inside look at rehearsal with Harvard University's new director of dance, Jill Johnson.…more on Johnson, read "Endless Possibility" in the September 2011 issue of Dance Teacher or visit www.dance-teacher.comRead More
A Dance Teacher's Video Guide to Hip Hop July 28, 2011 | RaZar | More on How-To
Principal and Senior dancers of the Hip Hop Dance Conservatory in NYC break down the…essential elements of a hip-hop curriculum: popping, locking, boogaloo, breaking and social dancing. Read more at dance-teacher.comRead More
Ellen Weinstein and Jacques d'Amboise in Class July 1, 2011 | JennyD | More on How-To
Watch as Ellen Weinstein, artistic director of National Dance Institute, teaches a group of fifth…students at a lower Manhattan public school. Stay tuned: NDI founder Jacques d'Amboise dances with the students and helps them attack tricky timing. Check out the July 2011 issue of Dance Teacher to learn more about Weinstein's approach to the NDI curriculum and to read more about Jacques d'Amboise, Dance Teacher's 2011 Lifetime Achievement honoree, visit www.dance-teacher.comRead More
Roxane Butterfly Teaches Tap May 5, 2011 | JennyD | More on How-To
In this video, Roxane Butterfly demonstrates a maxi ford sequence that includes a pull-back and…altered 5-count riff. Stay tuned as Roxane breaks down the riff and explains how she positions her hips and uses her arms. Want to learn more about Jimmy Slyde's protégé? Look in the May 2011 issue of Dance Teacher or visit www.dance-teacher.comRead More
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