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"The dancers’ calm intensity in performing Clancy’s acrobatic and daring choreography was absolutely breathtaking to behold." - DC Metro Theater Arts

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Pictured: ClancyWorks dancers working with William (Bill) Evans.

BlackRock Center for the Arts - We are the proud recipient of a MD Touring Grant and will have a fantastic concert presented at BlackRock Center for the Arts!

Featuring works by multiple choreographers

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Pictured: ClancyWorks Dance Company. Photography by Natalia Mesa

Premiering and renowned works include:

By George! - Premiere choreographed by the rhythmic and dynamic William (Bill) Evans
Displaced- Choreographed by the personal and poignant Susan Shields
See You Around -Choreographed by the comedic and thought provoking Claire Porter and Sabatino Verlezza, with guest performance by William (Bill) Evans and Don Halquist
Benchmarks an audience favorite by ClancyWorks, originally commissioned by BlackRock Center for the Arts!
Measuring Distance a revised work by Clancy that queries emotional and physical distance in relationships

WHEN: March 15, 2014 at 8pm
WHERE: BlackRock Center for the Arts
12901 Town Commons Dr., Germantown, MD

We Recently Worked with Bill Evans to Create By George!

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William (Bill) Evans is an internationally known choreographer, performer, and teacher among other things. With an impressive and varied list of accomplishments Evans has created over 200 choreographic works for professional and pre-professional companies all over the world along with forming his own company, Bill Evans Dance Company. His choreography features dynamics, precision and rhythm which is influenced by his early studies of tap and modern dance with renowned professionals such as Nikolais, Graham, Limon and Cunningham.

“Bill Evans is an enduring and influential modern dance mainstay. What a treat to see a master choreographer such as he in the full maturity of his performing career.” Wayne Lee, Washington Times

Check out this video of Evans as he works with ClancyWorks dancers to create his premiere work, By George!

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WHEN: August 4th – 8th, 2014
(Workshop sessions 10:00am – 5:30pm daily)

WHERE: UMBC Department of Dance
Fine Arts 317, 1000 Hilltop Circle, Baltimore MD 21250

Do you have an innovative idea for dance educators?

Do you have something to share with other dance educators?

We are currently seeking workshop presenters for DETI 2014

More information

For Proposal Application Form click here

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Pictured DETI 2013 participants

What is the ClancyWorks Dance Educators Training Institute (DETI)?

We believe that outstanding teaching takes place when educators are passionate and engaged in their own artistic growth! ClancyWorks Dance Company and Baltimore County Public Schools Office of Dance co-present intensive professional development programs for artists teaching dance, called the Dance Educators Training Institute (DETI). These week-long workshops are designed to enable participants to delve deeper into their artistic pursuits and to enhance their pedagogical techniques in a challenging and supportive environment.

Who is DETI Intended to Serve?

Sessions are open to the public, with a particular interest to serve choreographers, performers, highly experienced dance educators as well as teaching artists who are just beginning to work in the field of dance education. Administrators and participants from various arts and educational disciplines are invited and encouraged to attend the workshops.

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ClancyWorks appreciates the recent support to help actualize our programs from:

Alternate ROOTS, the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County, Baltimore County Commission on Arts and Sciences, Baltimore County Public Schools, Bethesda Web Design, BlackRock Center for the Arts, Boys & Girls Club - Silver Spring Branch, Capezio/Ballet Makers Dance Foundation Inc., Dance Place, Intelliware Systems, Inc., Maryland State Arts Council, MetLife Foundation Creative Aging Program funded by MetLife Foundation and administered by the National Guild for Community Arts Education, Montgomery County Volunteer Center, Montgomery County Collaboration Council for Children, Youth, and Families, Montgomery County Recreation Department, Primary Movers, Professional Closings Network, SB and Company, Target, Trawick Foundation, University of Maryland Baltimore County Department of Dance, The William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund (bakerartistawards.org), the ClancyWorks Board of Directors, and all individual donors!

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