Dance Program News:

The Composition 1 class presents their final concer, We Made It, on December 2nd, 2013 at 2:00pm in PEAP 207. The students have worked and learned all semester the basics of dance composition; the dances they present are their final study of...

We have absolutely loved having The Harkness Center for Dance Injuries here this week. Many lightbulbs are going off in student's heads as we gain important information about our bodies and how we can extend our dance careers and stay safe. Thank...

Tuesday October 29th, dancers were invited to an improv at the Edgar Degas: Private Impressionist exhibit in the Stark Galleries of the Memorial Student Center on campus. The structured improv included dancers interpreting the sketches of Degas...

On Friday October 25th, our dancers surprised the Texas A&M donors at the Dean's Luncheon. The dancers performed modern phrases that incorporated the traditional A&M yells with tons of Aggie spirit! The donors were pleasantly surprised...

Ten students and two faculty members attended the International Association for Dance Medicine and Science this past weekend in Seattle, WA. They attended classes on different areas of the dance medicine and science. Students were able to listen...

The train is about to leave the station! All Aboard is the first show in the new building and new performance space. The concert consists of an evening length work by Carisa Armstrong, Christine Bergeron, and Kathleen Byrne. Tickets are on sale...

Our dream has finally become a reality. The new Physical Education Activity Program Building is such a wonderful new home. We can’t wait to share it with our students, faculty, and guests in just a few short weeks. The building is located across...

Our teen summer dance intensive is an opportunity for dancers ages 13-18 to experience life as an Aggie dance program student.  40+ students came and enjoyed a intense four days filled with ballet, modern, Pilates, improv,...

Three TAMU faculty, Carisa Armstrong, Christine Bergeron and Mike Greenwood, conducted a study with Dance Program students to determine if Pilates has an impact on a dancer’s abdominal endurance.  Participants in the...

Texas A&M University opened the fall 2010 with a new B.S. in Kinesiology: Dance Science  degree.  This program focuses on dance research, anatomy, nutrition, injury prevention, psychological aspects of the dancer and proper biomechanical...

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