Don't Miss Austin McCormick teaching at BROADWAY DANCE CENTER!
March 18-28 (Tuesdays and Thursdays 11am-12:30pm)
Don't Miss AUSTIN McCORMICK teaching
COMPANY XIV Rep at
XIV Class will consist of a sensation based warm up and phrase work emphasizing the physical principals important to the XIV style taught by company member Sean Gannon. This will be followed by COMPANY XIV repertory taught by director/choreographer Austin McCormick.
"...HIS INVENTIVE WORKS ARE A BRAINY, HIGH-ENTERTAINMENT MIX OF MUSIC HALL, CABARET, THEATER AND DANCE." -THE NEW YORK TIMES
Austin McCormick's work has been presented at the Kennedy Center, LA MAMMA, Symphony Space, The Flea, Alvin Ailey Theater, Walter Reade Theater, Mark Morris Dance Center- and internationally in London, Mexico, Scotland, and Montreal. His work has been seen at the TED Conference, on Logo'sNew Now Next Awards, and TLC's The Cake Boss.
He is the Founder, Choreographer, and Artistic Director of COMPANY XIV. Austin was the winner of the 2011 Robert L.B. Tobin Director-Designer Grant from Opera America for new Directors in Opera. He was the winner of the 2010 New York Innovative Theatre Award for Best Choreography. Austin was named one of the most BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE of 2011 by Paper Magazine and a NY STYLE ICON by Time Out NY. He was the first winner of the SUSAN BRAUN grant award from Dance Films Association, his films have toured internationally to Amsterdam, London, Budapest, Latvia, and France. His short film was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the Dance on Camera Festival Lincoln Center.
Austin holds a BFA from the Juilliard School and is a graduate of The Conservatory of Baroque Dance. He is an alumnus of the Harid Conservatory and North Carolina School of the Arts. In addition to performing in his own choreography, McCormick has danced professionally for the Metropolitan Opera Ballet of New York, and has taught and lectured on Baroque dance as a guest of the Korean Government in Seoul. He is currently pursuing a Masters degree from NYU.
Click HERE to watch the company reel.