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Texas A&M Dance Events

2019-2020 Calandar of Events

 


November 8-9: Brazos Contemporary Dance Festival, 7:30pm

  • Dance companies from across the state will be performing. There will be two performances, each concert will have the same dances.
  • Cost: $15 general admission; $10 student/senior admission
 

Visit Brazos Contemporary Dance Festival Facebook

 

November 22-23: Senior Concert Series

  • November 22 – 7:30pm
  • November 23 – 2:00pm
  • November 23 – 7:30pm
  • The Senior Concert Series will include dance works choreographed by students in the Composition III class. Each concert will host different student works. 
  • Cost: $5
  • November 25th: Dance Science Symposium
  • The Dance Science Symposium is a chance for students to present research they are conducting, or projects they have completed. Many of the presentations in the fall include topics students heard at the International Association for Dance Medicine and Science Annual Conference.
 

December 2nd: Composition I Show

  • PEAP Dance Theatre – PEAP 207
  • The Composition I class is our beginning choreography course within the dance program. All students in the classes will be presenting one work. This is an informal show typically showcasing solo performances.
  • Cost: Free
 

February 21: Day of Dance/Program Audition

  • Cost: $50
  • High School juniors and seniors have the opportunity to experience the day in the life of a dance major. They will take modern and dance technique classes, a Pilates class, attend an informational session about the dance program and have the opportunity to attend the Perpetual Motion concert that evening.
 

February 20-22: Perpetual Motion Annual Dance Concert

  • February 20 – 7:30pm
  • February 21 – 7:30 pm
  • February 22 – 2:00pm and 7:30pm
  • Cost: $10 general admission; $6 student/senior admission
  • Times and ticket prices subject to change
 

March 5: Creative Works Undergraduate Student Research Performance

 

 April 13-16 (tentative dates): But Where There’s Hope, There’s Life Downtown Bryan Performances

  • Cost: $15/person (prices subject to change)
  • Audience members will travel with a “tour guide” to various locations in downtown Bryan, TX.  The “tour guide” (a performance studies student at Texas A&M) will lead audience members from the beginnings of the Holocaust (1933) through liberation (1945). In this transitional journey, the guide will give the audience historical background information supported by materials and experiences to help set the tone for the next leg of their journey. Audience members will be asked to participate in guided activities as they travel through the work.  This type of nomad style theatre experience will enhance the feeling of not being fully in control of the situation and add to the sense of homelessness felt by many victims of the Holocaust. Concluding this experience, audience members will be brought through a question and answer session in order for them to not only decompress from the experience but to interact with the creators and performers of the work.
 

May 2: Dance Science Symposium

  • May 11-14 (tentative dates): But Where There’s Hope, There’s Life Downtown Bryan Performances
    • Cost: $15/person (prices subject to change)
    • Audience members will travel with a “tour guide” to various locations in downtown Bryan, TX.  The “tour guide” (a performance studies student at Texas A&M) will lead audience members from the beginnings of the Holocaust (1933) through liberation (1945). In this transitional journey, the guide will give the audience historical background information supported by materials and experiences to help set the tone for the next leg of their journey. Audience members will be asked to participate in guided activities as they travel through the work.  This type of nomad style theatre experience will enhance the feeling of not being fully in control of the situation and add to the sense of homelessness felt by many victims of the Holocaust. Concluding this experience, audience members will be brought through a question and answer session in order for them to not only decompress from the experience but to interact with the creators and performers of the work.
 

June 21-27: Collegiate Summer Dance Intensive (ages 12-20)

 
  
Website:  Texas A&M Dance Program 
Website: But Where There’s Hope, There’s Life