RIOULT Dance NY announces 2015 Winter Intensive January 12-17, 2015
RIOULT Dance NY
announces 2015 Winter Intensive
January 12-17, 2015
RIOULT Dance NY, a leading American modern dance company with a classic sensibility, announces the 2015 Winter Intensive from January 12-17, 2015 at Gibney Studios, 890 Broadway, 5th floor (at 19th Street). The price for the full intensive is $500. For ballet, modern and repertory only, the price is $360. For ballet and modern only, the price is $240. For more information visit http://www.rioult.org/school/intensives, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 212-398-5901.
The intensive offers pre-professional dancers (ages 18 and up) the chance to train in modern dance under the instruction of Artistic Director and Founder Pascal Rioult and Associate Artistic Director and Co-Founder Joyce Herring, alongside RIOULT Dance NY company members. Typically one to two weeks in length, each intensive offers six full days of dance, including a final showing of a new work created by Pascal Rioult with the participating dancers.
RIOULT Dance NY, celebrating its 20th Anniversary in the 2013-2014 Season, fast became an established name in modern dance with a reputation for bringing the sensual, articulate, and musical dance works of Pascal Rioult to audiences worldwide. The twelve-dancer company, based in New York City, is led by husband-and-wife team Pascal Rioult and Joyce Herring - both former Martha Graham Dance Company principal dancers. With an established repertoire of over 40 dances that expands each year, RIOULT Dance NY presents an annual New York Season and tours nationally and abroad. In addition, in-school arts education and community outreach have been integral to the company since its inception, introducing students and families to the art of modern dance. www.rioult.org
Major supporters of RIOULT Dance NY's 2014-2015 Season include: Shana Alexander Charitable Foundation; The Atlantic Philanthropies Director/Employee Designated Gift Fund; Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation; CUNY Dance Initiative - Kupferberg Center for the Arts at Queens College; Exploring the Arts; Fund for New Works, a Kenneth French Legacy; Gordon & Harriet Greenfield Foundation; The Geoffrey C. Hughes Foundation; Harkness Foundation for Dance; Jana Foundation; Kendall-Parker Associates LLC; LaGuardia Performing Arts Center; National Endowment for the Arts; New York City Department of Cultural Affairs; New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; The Shubert Foundation; Sidley Austin LLP; and TAG Creative.