Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts' education department/performing arts centers and schools program; has taught at major dance festivals including Jacob's Pillow, American Dance Festival, Bates Dance Festival, Colorado Festival; lecturer at University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), and artist-in-residence at a host of school districts and churches throughout the U.
What does BDF stand for?
BDF stands for Bates Dance Festival (Lewiston, ME)
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It opens the annual Bates Dance Festival, running July 12 to Aug.
She's also taken her gritty, highly physical, woman-proud work to Jacob's Pillow Inside/Out series, Bates Dance Festival, and Joyce SoHo, as well as to cities in Japan and Mexico.
Now celebrating its 25th anniversary, director Laura Faure calls the Bates Dance Festival "a seed bed, a birthing center for new work.
Bates Dance Festival Three-Week Professional Program
Teachers, performers, and students trek up to Lewiston, ME, every August to dance, learn, and share at the Bates Dance Festival.
She teaches often at the Bates Dance Festival and takes time from her touring schedule to publish Contact Quarterly, a biannual journal of dance and improvisation.
Her eight-page resume encompasses a career so full of performance (Metropolitan Opera Ballet, Lar Lubovitch Dance Company, for example), choreography, and teaching (American Dance Festival, Bates Dance Festival, New World School of the Arts, and many others), that it's no wonder she has only recently found time to complete her BFA.