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Advanced technique augmented by student-generated improvisation and choreographic studies.

Instructor permission required.

Modern III meets Tuesdays, 5:15-6:30 pm and Thursdays, 4:30-6 pm. Both days required.

Modern III students are eligible to audition for Harkness Repertory Ensemble.

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Full Year - Modern III / 12-18 yrs

Venue: Classroom

Location: Lexington Avenue at 92nd St

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The subscription contains these programs:

  • Modern III (12 + Years)
    First Session: Tue, Sep 9, 2014, 5:15 pm - 6:30 pm

    Advanced technique augmented by student-generated improvisation and choreographic studies.

    Instructor: Xan Burley  show bio

    Xan Burley, a native of Youngstown, OH and a graduate of the University of Michigan (BDA Dance; BA English), is an active performer, creator, teacher and arts administrator. She has had the great pleasure of working with artists such as Nancy Bannon, Daniel Charon, DOORKNOB Company and Leyya Tawil/Dance Elixir, among others. She enjoys continued work with Elizabeth Dishman/Coriolis, Shannon Gillen and Guests, Shannon Hummel/Cora Dance, and Donnell Oakley. Xan also acts as producer of WAXworks, in residency at Triskelion Arts. She has held teaching positions at Cora School for Dance, PAVE Academy Charter School and Poly Prep Performing Arts Camp and is currently on faculty at BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange and 92nd Street Y. She occasionally teaches technique for professionals at Dance New Amsterdam, Triskelion Arts and the Playground. She joined Doug Varone and Dancers in 2012.

    Instructor: Molly MacGregor  show bio

    Molly Mae MacGregor moved to New York from her hometown of Austin, TX in 2004. She received her BA in Theatre & Dance from UT Austin (2003) and her MA in Dance Education from NYU (2010), as well as the first annual Martha Hill Dance Fund Young Professionals Award (2004) and the Outstanding Achievement Award in Graduate Dance Education from NYU's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development (2010).

    For the last several years, Molly has been building a Dance/Creative Movement curriculum & methodology and teaching at public schools here in New York. She teaches in a range of other capacities throughout the city as well, and she is delighted in recent years to have joined the 92nd Street Y faculty and teaching artist communities as well as the Gibney Dance Guest Artist Program. She is greatly enjoying working with a varied population of dancers of all ages who engage with dance/movement as anything from play to practice to profession.

    Molly also acted as the 2014 Program Assistant for Young Dancemakers Company, a free summer dance intensive for select NYC public high school students from across the five boroughs. YDC is run out of the Ethical Culture Fieldston School in Riverdale and directed by Bessie Award winner Alice Teirstein.

    In addition to teaching, Molly continues to create and perform professionally. She has had the pleasure of dancing and performing with and for some lovely and amazing artists throughout the city. This year marks Molly's sixth season with The Median Movement, the creative project of Doug Varone and Dancers’ Alex Springer and Xan Burley. In 2014 she also enjoyed dancing as a guest artist in Doug Varone and Dancers' Choreographic Intensive (CHIN) project.

    Her own work has been presented at the Brooklyn Arts Exchange and at Judson Church. In 2011 Molly acted as Movement Director for Brecht’s Life of Galileo, directed by Ian R. Crawford and presented at Fordham University & Lincoln Center. Recently she has also been found dancing in a music video for Clay Wilson, in the Noah Baumbach film Frances Ha and in the web series "Winners." She also enjoys writing and creating short video dances.

    Day(s): Tuesday,Thursday
    Sessions: 33
    Class Calendar: View class calendar
    Room: Buttenwieser Lounge

    Recommendation by a 92Y teacher or program director is required for levels II and III.

  • Modern III (12 + Years)
    First Session: Tue, Jan 27, 2015, 5:15 pm - 6:30 pm

    Advanced technique augmented by student-generated improvisation and choreographic studies.

    Instructor: Xan Burley  show bio

    Xan Burley, a native of Youngstown, OH and a graduate of the University of Michigan (BDA Dance; BA English), is an active performer, creator, teacher and arts administrator. She has had the great pleasure of working with artists such as Nancy Bannon, Daniel Charon, DOORKNOB Company and Leyya Tawil/Dance Elixir, among others. She enjoys continued work with Elizabeth Dishman/Coriolis, Shannon Gillen and Guests, Shannon Hummel/Cora Dance, and Donnell Oakley. Xan also acts as producer of WAXworks, in residency at Triskelion Arts. She has held teaching positions at Cora School for Dance, PAVE Academy Charter School and Poly Prep Performing Arts Camp and is currently on faculty at BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange and 92nd Street Y. She occasionally teaches technique for professionals at Dance New Amsterdam, Triskelion Arts and the Playground. She joined Doug Varone and Dancers in 2012.

    Instructor: Molly MacGregor  show bio

    Molly Mae MacGregor moved to New York from her hometown of Austin, TX in 2004. She received her BA in Theatre & Dance from UT Austin (2003) and her MA in Dance Education from NYU (2010), as well as the first annual Martha Hill Dance Fund Young Professionals Award (2004) and the Outstanding Achievement Award in Graduate Dance Education from NYU's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development (2010).

    For the last several years, Molly has been building a Dance/Creative Movement curriculum & methodology and teaching at public schools here in New York. She teaches in a range of other capacities throughout the city as well, and she is delighted in recent years to have joined the 92nd Street Y faculty and teaching artist communities as well as the Gibney Dance Guest Artist Program. She is greatly enjoying working with a varied population of dancers of all ages who engage with dance/movement as anything from play to practice to profession.

    Molly also acted as the 2014 Program Assistant for Young Dancemakers Company, a free summer dance intensive for select NYC public high school students from across the five boroughs. YDC is run out of the Ethical Culture Fieldston School in Riverdale and directed by Bessie Award winner Alice Teirstein.

    In addition to teaching, Molly continues to create and perform professionally. She has had the pleasure of dancing and performing with and for some lovely and amazing artists throughout the city. This year marks Molly's sixth season with The Median Movement, the creative project of Doug Varone and Dancers’ Alex Springer and Xan Burley. In 2014 she also enjoyed dancing as a guest artist in Doug Varone and Dancers' Choreographic Intensive (CHIN) project.

    Her own work has been presented at the Brooklyn Arts Exchange and at Judson Church. In 2011 Molly acted as Movement Director for Brecht’s Life of Galileo, directed by Ian R. Crawford and presented at Fordham University & Lincoln Center. Recently she has also been found dancing in a music video for Clay Wilson, in the Noah Baumbach film Frances Ha and in the web series "Winners." She also enjoys writing and creating short video dances.

    Day(s): Tuesday,Thursday
    Sessions: 38
    Class Calendar: View class calendar
    Room: Buttenwieser Lounge

    Recommendation by a 92Y teacher or program director is required for levels II and III.



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