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Leslie Dworkin is both a professional dance artist and educator. As a certified yoga and qigong instructor, Dworkin has excellent experience with different experimental styles of dancing. She has held performance residencies at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Joyce SoHo, Movement Research in NYC, Jacob’s Pillow, Performática in Puebla Mexico, Wave Rising Dance Festival in NYC, and Wolfeboro’s Arts on the Edge Festival. Dworkin’s work for UADC, titled Rise reflects the tension between two poles: our human reality and a desired state of grace.
UA Dance Faculty Choreographers:
UA Faculty Guest Composer and Pianist:
University of Akron Faculty, James Wilding, composed an original piano score for Cydney Spohn's Esoterica, a fusion of ballet and hip-hop that explores the language of dance in a subjective context.
The dance work The Art of Making Dances (Not About Ferguson) is a response to the Black Lives Matter movement and to the violence against African American men in 2016.
Using the music of Chick Corea and Gary Burton, Children’s Games (Gone Bad) incorporates Dutch jump ropes, hula hoops, and beach balls into a dark and sinister theme.