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Fall 2014 Events

Jon Lehrer, Modern Guest Artist in Residence: September 6-15
Patricia Ackerman, Modern Guest Artist in Residence: October 3-11
Gail Corbin, Modern Guest Coach: October 24-26

Guest Artist Residency Recaps:


Meredith Rainey Residency Interview from Cuonquer on Vimeo.

Meet the Artists:
Sunday, September 14
Todd Dance Studio, 5pm
Meet Jon Lehrer, artistic director of LehrerDance, and former dancer with Erick Hawkins Dance Company and Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago. Hear about his creative endeavors, and watch Goucher dancers in rehearsal for the upcoming Goucher Repertory Dance Ensemble Concert. Free and open to the public.

Sunday, October 5
Todd Dance Studio, 3pm
Meet Patricia Ackerman, MOMENTA company member, and watch a rehearsal of Doris Humphrey's Grieg Concerto, to be performed on the Goucher Repertory Dance Ensemble on November 14 and 15. Free and open to the public.

Open Marley
Friday, September 26
Todd Dance Studio, 6:30 pm
Goucher students will present original choreography-in-progress to receive critical feedback and analysis. This informal showing is open to all as observers or participants.

"Reflections" Goucher Repertory Dance Ensemble Concert
November 14, 7:30 pm
November 15, 2 pm and 7:30 pm
Kraushaar Auditorium and Merrick Lecture Hall
Goucher students will perform ballet and modern works by guest artists Meredith Rainey and Jon Lehrer. Also on the program will be Doris Humphrey's Grieg Concerto, set on Goucher dancers by guest artist Patricia Ackerman. Rounding out the program will be works by Goucher dance faculty Elizabeth Ahearn and Linda Garofalo. The artists will discuss the choreography at 6:45 p.m. on November 14 in Merrick Lecture Hall. $15 general admission; $5 for students with ID, and senior citizens. Reserve tickets at www.goucher.edu/tickets.

Todd 361 Series
November 21, 7:30 pm
November 22, 3 pm and 7:30 pm
Todd Dance Studio
This year's advanced choreography students will showcase original works set on Goucher dancers and presented in a studio-theatre environment. Each choreographer will share her unique choreographic vision. $8 general admission; $5 for students with ID and senior citizens. Reserve tickets at www.goucher.edu/tickets. Some of the proceeds will be donated to City of Joy Aid, a non-profit humanitarian organization dedicated to helping some of the world's most underprivileged. Based in Calcutta, India, this network of clinics, schools, rehabilitation centers and hospital boats has brought relief since 1981. www.cityofjoyaid.org.

For more information and class schedules, call the Dance Department at 410-337-6390 unless otherwise indicated.  Information can also be found at www.goucher.edu/dance.

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