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Arts Spank!

Four young choreographers graduating from the University of the Arts have come together to create a dance production of excitingly diverse performance.  While these individuals share a similar education their unique styles of dance and […]

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Quiet Dancing, Big Impact

‘Shut Up & Dance’ Saturday By Lindsay Warner, The Bulletin At the Pennsylvania Ballet’s studios in East Falls, the mood is one of casual concentration. With one week to go until the annual “Shut Up […]

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Dance As A Universal Language

By Andrea K. Hammer, For The Bulletin When PHILADANCO! performs internationally, audiences spring to their feet — expressing their deep appreciation of the arts. They bang on the floor enthusiastically during 20-minute ovations and reciprocally […]

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Dancing To The Beat Of Artistic Innovation

By Alaina Mabaso, For The Bulletin It might be difficult to find a career choreographer who is also a keen researcher and writer — likewise a dedicated entrepreneur who is a serious scholar of art.  […]

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A Celebration of Bach

The dance and music programs at Drexel’s Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design join in “A Celebration of Bach,” a concert devoted to the works of the master composer. Musicians and dancers will […]

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Mayor Nutter Addresses the City Budget, impact on the arts

from the Philadelphia Cultural Alliance Thursday, March 19th,  Mayor Nutter took to the podium in a lively City Council meeting to address his five year plan for dealing with the city budget in the face […]

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Emerging dancers, proven choreographers

By Merilyn Jackson. For The Inquirer The 16 dance numbers in the 2009 Garden State Dance Festival’s two-weekend run at Rutgers-Camden’s Walter K. Gordon Theater offer a kaleidoscopic glimpse of what emerging dancers can do […]