Company: Marie-Christine Giordano Dance
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Compensation: Paid performances and rehearsal honorarium
It is more important than ever that our group reflects the multi-cultured, multi-racial demographic of New York!!
We will be teaching two open level classes at Broadway Dance Center, November 26 and 27 from 10:30 to Noon.
THIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO BE CONSIDERED TO BE PART OF OUR NEW CREATION to be presented at BAM Fisher, June 2–3, 2017. We still need male dancers and dancers representing the diversity of our great CITY!
Marie-Christine Giordano, founder and artistic director of Marie-Christine Giordano Dance studied ballet with Beatrix Consuelo in Geneva and Marika Besobrasowa in Monte Carlo. She was awarded a Swiss Scholarship to the Alvin Ailey School and a Merit Scholarship from the Martha Graham Center. She earned her Professional Trainee Certificate in the Martha Graham technique and performed with the Martha Graham Company in New York and on tour internationally. She has choreographed and danced commissioned works for performance in New York and Europe and is the recipient of grants from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the Brooklyn Arts Council. She has created a singular modern dance training technique and Giordano Alignment, which she teaches as a faculty member at Broadway Dance Center, the Joffrey Ballet School Jazz & Contemporary Intensives and internationally. She is the founder and instructor of an outreach program in New York public school system and is the Salon Series Curator for MCGD.