Despite the pandemic (and an internet outage), JCE was able to host its regular Signature Experience course on jazz dance for Honors Program students at Quinnipiac University. The course was held on Zoom in two sessions, the first of which was a dance class followed by a brief lecture.
Photo: Jan La Salle Like many arts organizations in the U.S., we made the difficult decision to cancel our performances in 2020. The choreographers who were slated for our April show have been creating new dance videos during the pandemic. With your support, we can...
After Danielle taught a benefit class for us in June, some of the students asked if we could bring her back for another class. We’re happy to oblige!
OPEN LEVEL CLASS Sunday, August 23rd, 4:30-5:30 (EDT) Yoga Narada® develops mobility and flexibility in the body while refining coordination, strength and the control to pass freely from one movement to the next. Shapes and positions are not held in static poses to...
This theater jazz class will include a high intensity strength and stretch warm-up followed by a technical, fast-moving combination with modifications offered for space and level needs. We are thrilled that Danielle, a JCE Junior Board Member, is giving this class on our behalf!
JCE is thrilled that JCE Jazz Dance Project choreographer Teresa Perez Ceccon is teaching this benefit class! Te is a much loved and highly respected teacher of Simonson Technique, so now is your chance to take a wonderful class and support our dedication to jazz dance during this difficult time.
The choreography will fuse jazz technique, salsa, and cha cha cha footwork. All levels are welcome and no partnering.
The JCE Jazz Dance Project returned once again this October, as dancers and choreographers came together to showcase jazz dance in all its forms. The evening showcased both jazz dance’s classicism and malleability, as choreographers embodied jazz’s past while using its language to create styles all their own.