Tag: young choreographer's festival

8 Dance Pros on the Biggest Mistakes New Choreographers Make

Whether it’s for a gig at school, a community theater production, or just for fun, the first time you choreograph a dance can be both exhilarating and intimidating. The Young Choreographer’s Festival is a platform that helps choreographers ages 18-25 gain experience by giving them a platform to present their work. The festival gives the […]

Hey, Young Choreographers: This Could Be Your Big Break

Love choreographing, but having a hard time finding a place to present your work? It’s an all-too-common problem for choreographers everywhere—and especially for younger artists, who tend not to have the kinds of resources their more established peers do. Enter the Young Choreographer’s Festival. Every year, YCF presents works by talented choreographers between the ages […]

The Young Choreographer's Festival

Are you itching to create your own work? As a budding choreographer, you probably know that the two best ways to learn your craft are to #justdoit and to watch as much work by more seasoned choreographers as possible. (And read all the handy tips that your DS editors round up, just for you! #shamelessplug) […]

The 2012 Young Choreographer's Festival

Want to be inspired? Find your way to Symphony Space in NYC on June 2, when 11 up-and-coming dancers will present works at the 3rd Annual Young Choreographer’s Festival. The dancemakers, ages 18-25, are selected by a group of industry professionals to perform alongside guest artists like Camille A. Brown, Peridance Contemporary Dance Company, Dana […]