The company continues its commitment to support the training of professional dancers by providing and teaching repertoire and technique to college and university dance programs.
In the College Enrichment program, selected works from Lar Lubovitch’s repertoire are set on students by Lar or by one of the company’s dancers. In addition to learning the repertoire piece, students take technique classes to introduce them to movement concepts in the work and to help them develop their mastery of dance technique. They also receive coaching on performance skills and experience in the process of learning and staging dance works for professional performance.
Several dances are available to be set on college students. Most recently, the following works have been set on college students: “Concerto Six Twenty-Two” (music: W.A. Mozart) set on The Juilliard School; “The Legend of Ten” (music: J. Brahms) set on Marymount Manhattan College and also set on Point Park University; and “Thus Is All” (music: W.A. Mozart) set on Princeton University.
Since we have successfully set many of our classic dances on college students over the years, we predict continued exceptional outcomes from future collaborations under this program. We gladly encourage interested college dance departments to contact us regarding the availability of our works.