Dance Program News:

Perpetual Motion is the annual concert of the Texas A&M Dance Program. This concert showcases ballet and modern dance works by students, faculty, and guest artists. The house will open 30 minutes prior to showtime. 

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The Office of Admissions at Texas A&M University hosts Aggieland Saturday, an annual campus-wide open house for prospective students and their families, every year during the Spring semster. During this one day, you can meet current...

          The Texas A&M Dance Program recently travelled to Dallas to attend the Texas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, & Dance (TAHPERD) Conference. The conference was held from December 2nd through December 5th. ...

Hundreds of costumes sit in the Physical Education Activity Program Building, each with a different function and occasion in which they’re used by the Texas A&M Dance Program.

Carisa Armstrong, clinical associate professor, is in...

Each year the DCED 402 - Dance Composition III class puts on the Senior Concert Series where the students in the class choreograph and produce their own show as a capstone to the choreography portion of the education recieved through the TAMU Dance...
We are so excited to have Jacqui Greene Haas, ATC here next week as a guest artist.

Jacqui is currently the Supervisor of Performing Arts Medicine for Mercy Health and Cincinnati Ballet. She has been the Director of Dance Medicine for Wellington...

From October 6th to the 11th, 19 students and 4 faculty members attended the International Association for Dance Medicine and Science conference in Pittsburgh, PA. 

After arriving in the city a few days early, the students and faculty...

​Two programs in the Health and Kinesiology Department (HLKN) within the College of Education and Human Development, have collaborated to expand student learning. The Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) program performed wellness...

From September 27 to October 2, the TAMU Dance Program was lucky to have Jesse Zaritt here to teach class and set an original work on students in the program. 

Jesse Zaritt received an MFA in Dance from the Hollins University/American Dance...

As we begin a new semester, we are excited to welcome a whole new group of dancers into the TAMU Dance Program. Welcome to both freshmen and transfer students who's first semester is just beginning. An additional welcome is due to all returning...

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