Arizona Dance Coalition

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Modern/Contemporary Dance Returns to Scorpius! Photography: Ed Flores, Nancy Miller, Eduardo Robles and Halley Willcox
We have added an Aerial Dance Class for ages 9-11. Please be sure to register soon, as space is limited! You can register at: https://www.zuzimoveit.org/event-details/youth-aerial-dance-ages-9-11-1
Celebrate Memorial Day with a memorable class!

We are happy to sponsor the Adult Ballet Class with Daniel Baudendistel at Scottsdale School of Ballet. Mr. Baudendistel will have a pianist of for the class, see below!
Daniel Baudendistel will be teaching Open Ballet Class on Memorial Day from 10:00-11:30am with live accompaniment at Scottsdale School of Ballet in the Scottsdale Airpark.
No need to register, just come and enjoy one of the best Adult Classes you will find in the Phoenix area. Doors at SSB open at 9:45

SSB
14455 N 79th St, Suite C
Scottsdale, AZ 85260

Only $20.00 per dancer.
Scorpius Dance Theatre June Classes!
DON'T MISS OUT ON THIS FANTASTIC CLASS SERIES IN JUNE! https://www.zuzimoveit.org/event-details/virtual-sound-movement-class-series
Scottsdale School of Ballet - Exclusive 2 Week Summer Program
with
Nayon Rangel Iovino
June 1st - June 11th

SSB 14455 N. 79th Street, Scottsdale 85260 480-948-8202
[email protected]

We are honored to have once again this year, Nayon Rangel Iovino teaching the Advanced and Intermediate level for 2 weeks from June 1st-June 11th. Mr. Iovino will also create a new work in repertory with the Summer students. Don’t let your child miss this opportunity to work with one of the up and coming choreographers of our time. Also we will have classes taught by Director Donald Dadey, as well as other of the SSB international renowned faculty. You can access these bios on the www.scottsdaledance.com/faculty page. We are also looking forward to having the Contemporary/Jazz classes and choreography for the summer students.
Due to the continued restrictions caused by the Covid-19 virus, Class size will be limited so make sure you register this week to reserve your place for the 2021 Summer Ballet Intensive! Also please read the precautions we are taking due to the current pandemic at our website www.scottsdaledance.com/summer or by clicking the link below.
You can register by filling out and submitting the online registration form or you can download a printable form and bring it to the SSB studios with your deposit. You can access those forms and all the schedules at www.scottsdaledance.com/summer . A $45.00 non-refundable deposit is due upon registration to reserve your place in classes of which $15.00 will be applied to the Registration Fee and the remaining $30.00 to your tuition balance.

We are grateful to the Scottsdale Ballet Foundation for their support of the Summer Guest teachers and Mr Iovino.. You can donate or get more information about the foundation by going to their website www.scottsdaleballetfoundation.org
We are starting our in person class from June.
Register now for summer sessions.
Phone no: 702 328 2604
Email: [email protected]
Exciting News! Scorpius is offering classes again starting May 9th. Go to Scorpiusdance.com for class info and registration.
It's early we know, but we want you to have plenty of time to create something spectacular! (Or maybe you already have something.... that works, too!)
Scorpius Dance Theatre presents David + Lisa "An Unusual Love Story" April 8-10th at 7:30pm.
Choreography: Lisa Starry, Original Music: Kristofer Hill, Ryan Breen.
This is a LIVE Performance at the outdoor Herberger Pavillion Theater. (Masks are required) If you cannot attend one of our LIVE performances, we are offering one night to watch the show virtually on 4/9. If interested please contact us at [email protected]
LIMITED LIVE SEATING & LIMITED VIRTUAL VIEWING
GET YOUR TICKETS TODAY!
https://fb.me/e/3ruZO4uCm

ADC is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) membership-based organization. We create connections, support the statewide dance communities, and advocate for dance arts and their benefits.

The Arizona Dance Coalition (ADC), founded in 2006, is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) membership-based organization. We work to connect and support the statewide dance communities through our website content, communications, and sponsorship of educational dance conferences and master classes. Through our monthly publication, scholarships, and sponsorship of educational dance events, we inform, educate, an

Operating as usual

09/03/2021

Mother and Son Dance for the Win

09/03/2021

Fabric reveals the energy flowing

Thank you for thinking about Musetouch dear friends, in a difficult time like this. Every donation, no matter how small it is means a lot to this magazine. 💜
Below is magical Ashley Bouder, Principal dancer New York City Ballet, photo by Ken Browar and Deborah Ory, NYC Dance Project, 'Musetouch Resurrection' edition, please follow the link to see more https://musetouch.org/

Timeline Photos 09/03/2021

If you've never seen his kids dance, give yourself a treat and find a few clips. You'll be filled with JOY!

https://www.facebook.com/100050544576731/posts/389622682732548/?sfnsn=mo

Edwin Sorto, Dance Teacher at KIPP Promise Academy who's gone viral for his dancing videos with students, is just as excited for the new school year as anyone else! 🕺

He talked to us about his goal for the 21-22 school year and said, "My goal for this year is to build more joyful, resilient, and confident students!" ⭐

#DCcharterProud

Photos from EMCC Dance Program's post 09/02/2021

Photos from EMCC Dance Program's post

09/02/2021

Dear Mary Wall - the TAP DANCE community in AZ thanks you sincerely for all you have done for TAP through your studio. You provided an outstanding FLOOR for those who really care and value this feature ... this 'partner and friend in dance.' May the final days of the studio business realize an INCREASE in students and renters so you can leave in the BLACK. Will you be selling the floor? Or taking it with you? Maybe someone will take over the dance studio and buy it from you? Let's hope it all works out for the best. It's been a struggle for all. Add injuries and cancer - I don't know how you did it. You are amazing.
Thank you! Krystyna.

A message from Mary Wall

Dear Friends,

To say that the last 2 years have been rough for me would be a huge understatement. When I broke my leg in July of 2019, I had a vision for keeping my business going until I was able to return to teaching. In fact, business boomed in the second half of 2019 while I healed and worked on rehabbing my leg. I was even making plans for a possible expansion. Then I broke my arm and had to delay my return to teaching for a few more weeks. I was still optimistic and forged ahead with plans to grow my business. As the March-April 2020 Session began, I was back to teaching and fully involved with the day-to-day operation of my studio. And then… COVID. I began offering virtual classes, I applied for every grant and piece of government aid I could get. In July of 2020, I abandoned the idea of expanding my studio as things were beginning to look dire. I set up a Go Fund Me to help cover the costs of my business while I was unable to offer in person classes. I was overwhelmed by the show of support I received. So many of my friends and students pitched in to help during this time and I was able to raise enough money to cover things for several months. I remained optimistic and felt confident that my business would survive. Thanks to the grants I received, and the revenue generated by the Go Fund Me, I managed to survive through a full year of being shut down. Then, as I was preparing to reopen last spring, I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. I delayed my reopening so that I could recover from my partial thyroidectomy. Finally, in May of this year, we resumed in-person classes.

Throughout 2021, I have kept my eye on a very important date: December 31, 2021 – the day my lease on the studio space expires. When we resumed in-person classes, I decided to wait and see whether business was going to come back strong or if I would be faced with having to rebuild my business from the ground up before making any decisions. Now that we’ve been operational for a few months, it is apparent that I would need to rebuild. Here are some facts:
1 – Since resuming in-person classes, the revenue my business has generated as not covered my overhead. The deficit for some months has been substantial.
2 – The revenue I make renting my studio space currently exceeds the revenue generated by holding classes.
3 – The last 2 years have worn me down physically and mentally, and I don’t have the energy nor the desire to rebuild my business.

All good things must come to an end: I am sorry to announce that the October-November 2021 Session will be our last. Additionally, there are some substantial changes to the schedule for October-November so that I can open additional hours to studio renters.

Every ending is a new beginning: I don’t think I will ever be done tap dancing and sharing my love of this artform with others. I’m sure I will continue to teach tap dance, I’m just not sure when and where at this point. My focus for the rest of 2021 is to have a fantastic final session and shut down my current business. At some point after that, I will begin making plans for when and where I will teach and whether the HeartBeats or a different performing tap ensemble will be a part of that.

Thank you all for 8 great years. Owning my own studio was a dream I had since I was a small child taking my first dance classes and the last 8 years have fulfilled that dream. Thank you to everyone who helped to make that dream come true.

09/02/2021

Are you ready for musicals?
ASU Gammage

Presale tickets for MEAN GIRLS, MY FAIR LADY, THE BAND'S VISIT, TOOTSIE, HADESTOWN, COME FROM AWAY, and OKLAHOMA! are now available! Use the code GAMFAN to purchase tickets before the general public! Visit: https://www.ticketmaster.com/promo/msruqq

09/02/2021

Keep dancing!

Three The University of Arizona dance majors that are proud BY/YBA alum: Jade Butcher 2020, Lily Cong 2019 and Leo Navarro 2021. Have a great year! #collegedance The Ballet Alliance Lily Cong Ballet Yuma #ballet #yuma @

Careers At Scottsdale Cultural Council 09/01/2021

Careers At Scottsdale Cultural Council

Looking for work in the 'Performing Arts' industry? Nothing better than working for one of our premiere venues!

Careers At Scottsdale Cultural Council

[09/01/21]   ATTN: Arizona Dance Coalition members - Check your EMAIL INBOX for a link to a one question survey. We'd like to know your 'healing ritual' for the upcoming Fall Arizona Dance e-Star.

Timeline Photos 09/01/2021

Timeline Photos

Single tickets for the 21-22 season are now on sale! 🎉

If you've been waiting to buy tickets to see Mambaz's return in Contemporary Moves (Oct. 29 - Nov. 2) or wanting to reserve those seats for a Valentine's Day date at one of our Romeo and Juliet performances (Feb. 10 - 13), now's the time to buy! To reserve your seats now, click here >> https://bit.ly/3xCAcib

If you're interested in three or more of our productions this season, the best way to save money while getting stellar seats is to get a season subscription! Click here for more details >> https://bit.ly/3t48Vnc

Note: Tickets for An Evening at the Desert Botanical Garden are currently only available over the phone. Please call our box office at 602.381.1096 for more information.

National Dance Day 2021 Tutorial 09/01/2021

National Dance Day 2021 Tutorial

JUST UPLOADED TO YOUTUBE - GIVE IT A WATCH - TRY IT - LEARN IT - DO IT - RECORD IT - SHARE!
CELEBRATE NATIONAL DANCE DAY September 18, 2021
#nationaldanceday2021 & #d#DanceWithADM

https://youtu.be/24-UJbZhifc
National Dance Day is September 18, 2021
American Dance Movement presents the 2021 National Dance Day Routine choreographed by Brian & Scott Nicholson and set to the song "Break Free" by Ariana Grande ft Zedd along with dancers Kris Terry, Joesar Alva, Paula Ayotte, Auti Angel and Chelsie Hill.
Founded by Nigel Lythgoe and Congresswoman Elenor Holmes Norton, National Dance Day celebrates Dance as a valuable form of exercise and of artistic expression. Please learn the routine and translate it to any ability or skill level by making it your own and putting your own spin on it. Post your videos to social media and tag us @americandancemovement using the hashtag #nationaldanceday2021 & #dancewithadm. We can't wait to dance with you on Saturday September 18th. Visit americandancemovement.org for more information.

National Dance Day 2021 Tutorial National Dance Day is September 18, 2021American Dance Movement presents the 2021 National Dance Day Routine choreographed by Brian & Scott Nicholson and set...

National Dance Day 2021 Tutorial 09/01/2021

National Dance Day 2021 Tutorial

JUST UPLOADED TO YOUTUBE - GIVE IT A WATCH - TRY IT - LEARN IT - DO IT - RECORD IT - SHARE!
CELEBRATE NATIONAL DANCE DAY September 18, 2021
#nationaldanceday2021 & #d#DanceWithADM

https://youtu.be/24-UJbZhifc
National Dance Day is September 18, 2021
American Dance Movement presents the 2021 National Dance Day Routine choreographed by Brian & Scott Nicholson and set to the song "Break Free" by Ariana Grande ft Zedd along with dancers Kris Terry, Joesar Alva, Paula Ayotte, Auti Angel and Chelsie Hill.
Founded by Nigel Lythgoe and Congresswoman Elenor Holmes Norton, National Dance Day celebrates Dance as a valuable form of exercise and of artistic expression. Please learn the routine and translate it to any ability or skill level by making it your own and putting your own spin on it. Post your videos to social media and tag us @americandancemovement using the hashtag #nationaldanceday2021 & #dancewithadm. We can't wait to dance with you on Saturday September 18th. Visit americandancemovement.org for more information.

National Dance Day 2021 Tutorial National Dance Day is September 18, 2021American Dance Movement presents the 2021 National Dance Day Routine choreographed by Brian & Scott Nicholson and set...

Timeline Photos 08/31/2021

Thank you Dance Data Project for your work and 'results.' Seems if women want their work shown, they start their own companies.

I think Arizona has a great showing of women-founded/managed dance companies/businesses. Now we just need equal INCOME. And some are saying 'What income?' That's the 'other' research project.

Today we release our latest study, Season Overview: 2020 - 2021 Report, which examines the gender distribution of choreographers for works programmed by the Largest 50 U.S. ballet companies.

For the third consecutive year, we found that the majority of work was choreographed by men, with women choreographing only 27% of all works in the 2020-2021 season.

DDP’s longitudinal approach to the study of programmed choreographers has created an arsenal of data, from which important insights can be drawn. Since DDP first began analyzing industry numbers there has been a 10% increase in programming of works by women, which is a direct indicator of DDP's impact on the industry as well as an increased trend in choreographic commissions by women.

Learn more about this and other findings in our Season Overview: 2020 - 2021 Report by visiting the "Research" page on our website.

Junior S**g Dance Team 08/30/2021

Junior S**g Dance Team

JUNIORS - so cute! You can just tell the choreographer(s) have a passion for dancing. Fun choreography - and you can tell the 'juniors' were lovin' it too.

https://youtu.be/WWcVewFWfN0

The Junior S**g Dance Team is a group of young Carolina S**g dancers ages 14-20 from all over the South. Their goal is to spread the dance they love to the world in hopes of keeping Carolina S**g and it's deep-routed traditions alive. The Junior S**g Dance Team Inc. is a 501(C)3 non-profit public charity.
http://www.juniorshagdanceteam.com/

Junior S**g Dance Team To Spread Carolina S**g Dancing around the world while preserving it's concepts in dance and it's concepts in life on and off the floor.

Pledge to support arts education with Americans for the Arts 08/30/2021

Pledge to support arts education with Americans for the Arts

JOIN the effort to support 'arts education' in our schools. Sign the letter (copied below) (follow link to sign). Thank you Americans for the Arts

Arts Letter to Secretary Cardona
“The arts matter because we can’t talk about equitable learning experiences without
investment in the arts and having our students have access to the arts. Equity lives
there, as well.” We believe the Department of Education could take several steps to
help rectify these inequities through better data and assessments, clearer
communication with state and local officials, and engagement of senior staff.

- Cindy Marten, U.S. Deputy Secretary of Education, June 22, 2021

https://americansforthearts.salsalabs.org/nationalartsineducationweek2021/index.html?fbclid=IwAR0W0jBNZQ5EzKdxzhefvM7hhSf2vH-emb87zaTR29VTmQe81VCiNQ4-gUw

August 19, 2021
The Honorable Dr. Miguel A. Cardona
Secretary of Education
U.S. Department of Education
400 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, D.C. 20202
Dear Secretary Cardona,
We write as national arts and educational organizations to thank you for your leadership
and for your often-voiced and personally demonstrated commitment to arts education.
We stand ready to offer you every opportunity to use your bully pulpit for arts education
and to spread your broader message on correcting unacceptable disparities in access,
opportunity, and outcomes.
As you know, disparities in arts education exist to a distressing extent. It is all the
more difficult for children to – in your words - “share their gifts and talents with the
world” when they lack the opportunity to develop those gifts and talents in the first place.
We also appreciate the comments of U.S. Deputy Secretary of Education Cindy Marten
during the June 22 U.S. Department of Education equity summit, in which she said,
“The arts matter because we can’t talk about equitable learning experiences without
investment in the arts and having our students have access to the arts. Equity lives
there, as well.” We believe the Department of Education could take several steps to
help rectify these inequities through better data and assessments, clearer
communication with state and local officials, and engagement of senior staff.
Data:
We ask that the Department of Education commit to data collection regarding
access to arts education and student learning in the arts. Insufficient gathering of
quality data and assessments buttresses inequity in arts education. The 2009–2010
U.S. Department of Education Fast Response Statistical Survey (FRSS) — the most
recent federal data collected regarding access to arts learning — found that schools
with a higher concentration of students in poverty were less likely to offer arts education.
These huge, persistent disparities in access to arts education, particularly in dance,
theatre, and media arts, deserve data transparency to prompt action and change.
Another FRSS for the arts, inclusion of the arts in the annual School and Staffing survey
and other routine U.S. Department of Education data collection instruments, and the
reinstatement of the arts on the calendar of the National Assessment of Educational
Progress would all offer improvement.

Communication:
We ask that the Department of Education issue a letter to state Title I Directors,
Chief State School Officers, and Secretaries of Education specifying the eligibility
of arts education for use of Title I funds. The arts have been included for decades in
the Elementary and Secondary Education Act as important subjects of learning, and
they are an eligible use of Title I funds under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).
Nevertheless, we hear too many instances of local education agency officials believing
the contrary, as the data cited above bears out.
Staffing:
We ask that the Department of Education create staff leadership positions to
advise on the arts and art learning. The Department of Education maintains several
small grant programs for arts education, but there is currently no leadership or advisory
position for arts education experts who can help fuel innovation in areas beyond these
programs’ relatively narrow focus. As well as advising on arts and arts learning
strategies relevant to ESSA implementation, such as Title I, Title II, the Assistance for
Arts Education Fund, Title IV-A Student Support and Academic Enrichment resources,
and the 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program, such a staffer (or staffers)
could explore the role of the arts across the Department’s programs including civil
rights, special education, English language learning, and the White House Initiatives,
with a special emphasis on equity.
These requests are just a few near-term steps the U.S. Department of Education could
take to advance equitable delivery of arts education as a more complete commitment to
arts learning for all students is embraced at the federal level. We stand ready to discuss
these and other longer-term actions, and we look forward to partnering with you as the
Department leads our nation’s education systems through the next school year of
recovery and beyond.
Again, thank you for your support of arts education in Meriden and in the state of
Connecticut. We have every faith that you will continue the work, with an even stronger
focus on correcting inequity, in your new position. The undersigned organizations stand
ready to partner with any and all efforts to incorporate the arts in federal education policy.

Arts Letter to Secretary Cardona (July 2021)
Signatories as of August 18, 2021

American Alliance for Theatre & Education
Americans for the Arts
ArtPride New Jersey
Arts Alliance Illinois
Arts Ed NJ
Arts Education in Maryland Schools
Arts North Carolina
Arts South Dakota
ArtsEd Washington
Association of Art Museum Directors
Association of Performing Arts
Professionals
California Arts Advocates
Center for Arts Education and
Social Emotional Learning
Chamber Music America
Create CA
Dance/USA
Educational Theatre Association
Folk Alliance International
Kansas Alliance for Arts in Education
Kentuckians for the Arts
League of American Orchestras
Local Learning: The National Network for
Folk Arts in Education
NAMM
National Art Education Association (NAEA)
National Assembly of State Arts Agencies
National Association for Music Education
National Dance Education Organization
North Carolina Art Education Association
The North Carolina Chapter of the American
Strings Teacher Association
North Carolina Dance Education
Organization
North Carolina Theatre Arts Educators
North Carolina Theatre Conference
Oklahomans for the Arts
OPERA America
Performing Arts Alliance
Progressive Arts Education Coalition
Quadrant Research
Recording Academy
South Carolina Arts Alliance
State Education Agency Directors of Arts
Education (SEADAE)
Theatre Communications Group
Vermont Arts Council
Western State Arts Federation (WESTAF)
Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts
Young Audiences Arts for Learning

Pledge to support arts education with Americans for the Arts We believe arts education is essential! Join the movement for arts education with Americans for the Arts!

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The Arizona Dance Coalition is a not for profit, 501(c)(3) membership-based organization. We work to connect and support the statewide dance communities through our website content, communications, and sponsorship of educational dance conferences and master classes.

Through our monthly publication, scholarships, and sponsorship of educational dance events, we inform, educate, and promote dance arts and their benefits to the general public.

Our goals are to:

* Create connections between dance communities and the general public
* Provide a wide variety of educational and professional resources related to the field of dance
* Increase visibility, understanding and access to dance throughout Arizona
* Provide opportunities and resources for sponsorship and funding
* Support productive work environment for dance
* Gain regional, national and international recognition

Go to our website for more information about the organization, view our statewide calendar, read all the archived articles supporting dance education and dancing, and look at the beautiful dance images in our Photo Gallery.

Join us by becoming a member and creating connections! You can JOIN our ‘membership’ online at www.AzDanceCoalition.org! Subscribe (for free) to our MailChimp list on the home page as well.

PHOTO CREDIT: Photo is of ADC member Ballet Arizona dancers | Firebird. Photo by Tim Fuller.

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Website with an EVENT CALENDAR, class listings, archived monthly publications of the Arizona Dance e-Star, and articles. Plus, there is a resource listing of national, regional, state, and town agencies for arts support. MEMBERS of ADC receive online privileges, and discounts to events and classes. To learn more, visit the website.

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