Summer Dance Intensive 2018Space is Limited. Don’t Miss Out.
August 27th – 31st
Join us for a week of great dancing and so much more! In addition to PDS’s outstanding dance instructors that will be leading the Summer Dance Intensive, we have five renowned guest artists from New York that will also be teaching our dancers. The Summer Dance Intensive is open to both Synergy Dance Company AND Non-Company dancers!!
SDC Petite Company
HALF DAY: 9:00-12:00pm (Snack Provided) $300
SDC Companies: Pearls, Emeralds, Rubies, Sapphires, Diamonds
FULL DAY 9:00-5:30pm
Bring your own lunch! $575
FULL DAY: 9:00-4:00pm
Bring your own lunch! $475
Call today to secure your spot or complete our online reservation form.
MICHAEL SUSTEN(Contemporary – Award Winning Choreographer)
Michael Susten can be found teaching Broadway Dance Center and Steps on broadway in NYC, Millenium Dance Complex in Philly and is Currently on staff for numerous convention and competitions, traveling the country continuing to inspire a new generation of dancers. Coming up next Michael will be setting a new piece on the Joffery Ballet that will debut in NYC this February.
ENICHI KASAMATSU(Hip Hop)
Kenichi Kasamatsu is a professional dancer, instructor, and choreographer based in New York City. Kenichi has been featured in several music videos most notably Mark Ronson’s “I Can’t Lose” choreographed by Keone Madrid. He also worked with The Band Perry on their single “Stay in the Dark” as a featured dancer in the official music video, as well as their performance on the Tonight Show. Kenichi is currently permanent faculty at the Peridance Capezio Center in NYC, as well as guest faculty at the prestigious Broadway Dance Center. Additionally, he travels the nation with several organizations as both an instructor and adjudicator.
TERRI AYANNA WRIGHT(Modern Dance & Horton Technique)
Terri Ayanna Wright joined Ailey II, under the artistic direction of Troy Powell. During her seasons with Ailey II, Ms. Wright toured both internationally and domestically, teaching master classes and performing works by various choreographers, including Mr. Alvin Ailey’s Revelations. Through Ailey II’s, partnership with CocaCola at The Essence Festival, Ms. Wright was granted the opportunity to debut an original piece by Troy Powell, as the opening act before each headlining artist: Diana Ross, Jill Scott, and Master P. Since completing her seasons with Ailey II, she has also performed with Buglisi Dance Theatre, and most recently completed her first season with Carolyn Dorfman Dance. Ms. Wright toured both internationally and domestically, teaching master classes and performing works by various choreographers. Ms. Wright was granted the opportunity to debut an original piece by Troy Powell, as the opening act before headlining artists: Diana Ross, Jill Scott, and Master P.
Emily Greenwell is a New York City based dancer, teacher, and choreographer. She currently teaches as permanent faculty at both Broadway Dance Center and PeriDance Capezio Center. Emily was selected as a finalist at The Capezio A.C.E. Awards for Choreographic Excellence. Additionally, she has been chosen as “featured choreographer” for The Pulse on Tour NYC. She was also hired as a choreographer for DanceOn’s Every Single Step produced by Brian Freidman and Nigel Lythygoe. Emily’s work has been presented in countless venues and events including PeriDance’s APEX showcase, Choreographer’s Carnival, and Sybarite productions to name a few. Emily can be seen performing as a featured dancer in Marian Hill’s music video “Want You” directed by Ian Eastwood. Emily has been a faculty member with multiple touring conventions, traveling across the U.S. instructing, creating works, and adjudicating.
ANDREA KRON(Pilates, Stretch, Injury Prevention)
Andrea Kron is a graduate of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Center in New York and a teacher in the New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut area. Performing credits include: “Hercules” on Broadway, Radio City, regional theater, nutcrackers as well as many original Dance works in New York City. Andrea has an extensive background in anatomy, Pilates and injury prevention fusing dance with science. Teaching credits include Manhattan Youth Ballet, Broadway Dance Center, Steps on Broadway, Marymount Manhattan College as well as Montclair and Rutgers University.
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