Kinesis: Emerging Choreography

May 13th, 2011 | Photo Essay

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Cal State Northridge student dancers and choreographers demonstrated their dynamic talents during “Kinesis: Emerging Choreography” at the Plaza del Sol Performance Hall on April 27. The plethora of diverse choreography was the highlight of the event, with performances that ranged from tap and urban street to contemporary and Cirque du Soleil-like musical theater. Top student dancers and choreographers gave a wonderful performance that showed the audience the art that CSUN produces now and will continue to produce in the future. In this photo, dancer Brittany Tanner performs. Photo by Lee Choo.

Drummer Matt Taurman accompanies dancer Ani Keshiyian in a piece titled “Spitfire Savagery.” Photo by Lee Choo.

Dancers Sara Kempa, Sara Adler, Danielle Jarvis and Martha Carrascosa perform a piece titled “Dog Days are Over.” Photo by Lee Choo.

(left to right) Dancers Sara Adler, Angelica Abrams, Alexandra Cole perform a tap piece titled “The Meeting.” Photo by Lee Choo.

A group performance titled “Anonymous” (front row, l to r) Talia Tong and Paschal McCalister; (second row) Kailey Heilmann, Tanya Gulesserian and Samantha Leuck; (back row) William Taylor Dancy. Photo by Lee Choo.

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