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Wed, May 08


Laguna Hills

Master Class with Christian Denice

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Master Class with Christian Denice
Master Class with Christian Denice

Time & Location

May 08, 2024, 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Laguna Hills, 23091 Del Lago Dr, Laguna Hills, CA 92653, USA


About the event

We're honored to welcome Christian Denice to WESTSIDE Dance Project.  Do not miss the opportunity to be part of this incredible evening with Christian.  Class is limited in size and open to Int/Adv dancers.  Class fee is $60.  Secure your spot by signing up here and sending class fee via Venmo to @WestSideDanceProject.

Christian Denice is  a dancer and choreographer originally from Los Angeles, California. His  professional dance experience includes Odyssey Dance Theatre, River  North Dance Chicago, and BJM Danse (Les Ballets Jazz de Montreal). As an  artist, Christian seeks to examine and unravel the mysteries of the  human experience by way of dance and dance making. His work is driven by  emotion and reaction, and the process becomes an incubator for  researching how humans live, breathe, interact, connect, and engage in  the world we are living in. Christian is passionate about making dance  that is thought provoking and allows both dancers and audiences the  invitation to take part in a reflection of sensations in this world, and  hopefully gain new perspectives and opinions on not only art, but their  place in this world.

As  a choreographer, he has created new works for such companies and  organizations as Nevada Ballet Theatre, Moving Arts with dancers of  Kansas City Ballet and Cincinnati Ballet, Chamber Dance Project, Odyssey  Dance Theatre, DanceWorks Chicago, Interlochen Center for the Arts, the  Los Angeles Contemporary Dance Company, Missouri Contemporary Ballet,  Western Michigan University, Modern America Dance Company,  Wylliams/Henry Contemporary Dance Company, Eisenhower Dance Detroit,  Houston Contemporary Dance Company, Wright State University, Kit Modus,  Dance Lab New York, Santa Barbara City College, Manhattanville College,  and Dreyfoos School for the Arts. As a dance educator, Christian brings  his movement language both nationally and internationally, and has been  on faculty with Modas Dance, Open Doors Dance Festival, EPIC Dance Utah,  Eisenhower Dance Detroit NEWdanceFEST, Kansas City Jazz Dance Fest,  DanceWorks Chicago Dance360, AXIS Connect Los Angeles, Peridance Center  in New York City, and SALT Dance Link Festival. Christian was the 2015  winner of the University of South Florida's Echo Choreographic  Competition and selected as one of the three choreographers for the  Joffrey Academy's Winning Works Choreographic competition in 2016.

Christian  works for Greek choreographer Andonis Foniadakis, restaging his work  for companies throughout the  United States and Europe, as well as  dancing in his production of “Salema Revisited” which premiered in  Athens, Greece in 2021. Christian worked with New York City based  filmmaker Alexander Sargent on a dance film of his work “Dwellings”  created on Chamber Dance Project which premiered at the Kennedy Center  in Washington, DC in October 2022. Christian served as Artist in  Residence at the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University in  Baltimore, Maryland from 2021-2023. Christian made his Broadway debut in  “The Little Prince '' which opened in New York in 2021 and most  recently served as répétiteur and rehearsal director for Texas based  contemporary company ISHIDA Dance.

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