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The Dance Concentrations
With the three concentrations, dance majors graduate with skills to pursue graduate degrees in dance; careers in
choreography and performance; research in science, somatics and arts therapies; professions in dance education and community engagement; and graduate degrees in history, theory and criticism. Students may also create their own concentration supported by the Five College dance department curriculum
Zoé Emilie Henrot '12: one of my favorite aspects of SPCB is the fact the Company artists have a voice in every aspect of each performance.
Loren Robertson '06: At MHC, I majored in Dance and minored in Film, now I run a videography business in California.
Kaitlin McCarthy '09: As a writer and dancer, I look for the values expressed within the dance, and evaluate how well the piece fulfilled those values.
Alison Bory '97: my desire to explore dance as a physical, creative, and intellectual endeavor has determined the course of my professional life.
Heather Southwick '90: While in graduate school, I began to combine my love of dance and medicine through an internship with Boston Ballet.
Rebecca Malcolm-Naib '87: the dance program at MHC nurtured and launched my multi-faceted career in dance.
Christiana Axelsen '03: I was encouraged and challenged to pursue those things that I am truly passionate about with rigor and discipline.
Kristin Colvin Young '97: They can say no, and from the start, I relied on my love of Dance.
Rain Ross '2000: Studying at MHC, gave me a breadth of experiences that have given me choices in my professional and personal goals.
Merli V. Guerra '09: taking Beginning Classical Indian Dance led to me touring the world with Devi’s company and the Deborah Abel Dance Company.
Clare Schweitzer '12: as a double major in dance and mathematics, I found that many threads ran through my two fields of study.
Kate Bailey '08: as a dance major, my interest in formulating my own Pilates-based movement series based on spirals later turned into my honors thesis.
Margaret (Mollie) Frederiksen '13: My history as a dancer combined with my interest in the human body and how it works drew me towards dance medicine.
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