An Open Rehearsal with JCE Choreographer Spencer Pond

An Open Rehearsal with JCE Choreographer Spencer Pond

“#10” choreographed by Spencer Pond. Photo: Jan La Salle  WHEN Sunday, September 22, 2019 6:30-7:30 pm  WHERE Ballet Arts Center for Dance N.Y. City Center Theater 130 West 56th Street, 6th floor (between 6th and 7th Avenues) New York, NY 10019...
Gail Pearson Teaches a Betsy Haug Style Class

Gail Pearson Teaches a Betsy Haug Style Class

 CLASS DATE Thursday, June 27, 2019, 6:30-8:30 p.m.  LOCATION Chelsea Studios 151 W. 26th Street, 6th Floor New York, NY  CONTACT Marian Hyun  CLASS FEE $25 / $20 for artists who have participated in the JCE Jazz Dance Project (must...
Free Class with Jazz Project Choreographer Cat Manturuk!

Free Class with Jazz Project Choreographer Cat Manturuk!

Join JCE choreographer and teacher, Cat Manturuk, for a free dance class on Saturday, October 20th, from 2:00-3:00 at the Capezio Flagship Store! Cat will be teaching a unique style of jazz that she calls Mod-Hop-Jazz, a combination of her favorite elements from...
Lindy Hop Workshop with Jaime Shannon & Tony Fraser

Lindy Hop Workshop with Jaime Shannon & Tony Fraser

Photo: Darial Sneed Jaime Shannon and Tony Fraser have graciously offered to teach a lindy hop workshop for all levels of dancers to benefit JCE! Lindy hop is a lively and exuberant social dance born out of the jazz era and popularized throughout the 1930s and 1940s....

Ed Kresley Teaches a Jack Cole Technique Class

JCE will sponsor a class on Jack Cole Technique taught by Edmond Kresley notable dancer, teacher, and choreographer. Jack Cole, known as “the Father of Theatrical Jazz Dance,” was deeply influenced by dances from around the world, which he fused with modern and jazz...

The New York Jazz Choreography Project – October 2016

Photo: Jan La Salle The New York Jazz Choreography Project is a celebration of jazz dance featuring original works by emerging and established choreographers. Audiences of all ages will be treated to dances in a variety of jazz styles, from classic to contemporary,...

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