A central figure in Halifax’s contemporary dance community, Susanne Chui is a Co-Artistic Director of Mocean Dance, in tandem with Sara Coffin. Moving fluidly between dancing, choreographing, and improvising, she collaborates across disciplines to create unique performance works. From the office, to the studio, to the stage, Susanne is deeply committed to contributing […]
2017-01-13T18:02:47+00:00January 10th, 2017|
Jane Alison McKinney is dancer, choreographer, teacher, and producer, a four-time recipient of the artsnb Scholarship, faculty member with our Young Dancers’ Program, and a 2011 graduate of the School. Originally from Rothesay, New Brunswick, she began her training with Andrea Scott at Port City Dance Academy in Saint John. She spent a year […]
2016-12-09T14:43:59+00:00December 9th, 2016|
East Coast dancers – we are holding an Audition Master Class in Fredericton, New Brunswick on January 14, 2017!
Learn from one of the School’s senior faculty members, Darryl Tracy, and have the opportunity to audition to join our renowned Professional Training Program in September 2017. This master class is open to dancers […]
2016-12-08T18:13:39+00:00December 8th, 2016|
Our 2017 calendars feature photos of our stunning students and recent graduates.
These 8.5 x 3.75 desk calendars are in just in time for your holiday shopping – they make perfect stocking stuffers! Drop by the School Office to buy one in person, buy online below and have […]
2016-11-16T16:56:25+00:00November 16th, 2016|
Native of Moncton, New Brunswick, Vanessa Chiasson is currently in the third and final year of the Professional Training Program at the School – an integral part of our diverse and lively class of 2017.
Vanessa feels lucky that she had fantastic opportunities to train and dance growing up in New Brunswick: “We had access […]
2016-11-16T16:58:23+00:00November 16th, 2016|
On Valentine’s Day, 2014, Andrew Hartley and Emma Kerson (2011 graduates) formalized their ongoing work together in the creation of their collective, Common People – a name they chose to celebrate “looking at the commonplace or everyday and finding what’s incredible about it”. As Common People, they have created their own work and performed […]