Posts Categorized: School ’11

ADF Musician: Atiba Rorie

Posted in 2011, 2010, Interviews '11, School '11.

The ADF video blog visited ADF Faculty Sherone Price’s African dance class to speak with Atiba Rorie, one of ADF’s talented musicians, about the relationship between music and dance and his experiences as a percussionist.… read more

ADF Musician: Andy Hasenpflug

Posted in 2011, Interviews '11, School '11.

The ADF Six Week School is not only home to a vibrant student body led by an outstanding faculty, but also a host of extraordinary musicians, whose virtuosity and immense range of musical styles inspire the ADF faculty and students… read more

The ADF School's WFSS Classes

Posted in 2011, Interviews '11, School '11.

The ADF Six Week School is supplemented by WFSS (pronounced “woofs”) classes that are designed to inform and enhance students’ regular schedule. They allow students the opportunity to explore individualized interests, cross train in various body therapies and somatic work,… read more

ADF School Auditions

Posted in 2011, Interviews '11, School '11.

During the first five days of the ADF, students have the opportunity to audition for 10 different projects. Out of 300 plus dancers, the choreographers find a group of people who will best represent each individual dance. It’s a great… read more

2011 ADF Student Check-In

Posted in 2011, Interviews '11, School '11.

As the 300 plus students swarmed through the entryway of the Ark Dance Studio, the ADF Video Blog had a chance to chat with a few students as they were checking into the Six Week School. Everyone could feel the… read more