Danielle Diniz | Photo: Bernardo Nogueira anielle Diniz is a dancer, choreographer, and teacher based in New York. She will perform in her piece, “Six Gals, for Themselves,” in the JCE Jazz Dance Project on April 27-28, 2019. I read on your...
JCE continued its ongoing partnership with Groove With Me by hosting three classes, one led by choreographers Sue Samuels and two led by Teresa Perez Ceccon.
The JCE Jazz Dance Project returned this October to once again put jazz dance back in the spotlight, presenting a program of varied pieces that showcased the full potential of this diverse and rich dance form.
On Sunday October 28th, Jazz Choreography Enterprises held a talkback following the second show of its fall performance of the JCE Jazz Dance Project. Ten choreographers stayed after the performance to answer questions and provide some insight into their work and creative processes.
The JCE Jazz Dance Project was back in full form for their October showcase last weekend, presenting fun and thought-provoking pieces by new and rising-talent choreographers. From swing and classical jazz, to ballet and even grooving, the sixty-minute evening was filled with energy, and the talent in the room was undeniable.
This year JCE continued its ongoing partnership with Quinnipiac University to present a “Signature Experience” seminar on September 30th for the school’s honors program students. These seminars aim to provide students with theoretical and experiential exploration—in this case, JCE helped to craft a course illuminating the history of Jazz dance, culminating in a dance class led by JCE staff and a performance of the JCE Jazz Dance Project.
Cat Manturuk, a veteran of the JCE Jazz Dance Projec, talked with us about her life as a jazz dance choreographer and teacher and shares some insights about the jazz dance scene of her native Detroit.
Sharlane Conner interviews Mike Baerga, a JCE choreographer and member of the King’s Company