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Annual Dance Concert to Feature Student Performances, Faculty Choreography, Mar. 30-31

The NSU community is invited to experience Dance Concert on Mar. 30 -31, beginning at 7:30 p.m., in the Miniaci Performing Arts Center. Dance Concert is an annual Premier Series production presented by the Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences Division of Performing and Visual Arts.

This year’s event will feature a variety of engaging performances by students in the NSU Dance ensemble, with works choreographed by college faculty members. Faculty choreographers include assistant professors Chetachi Egwu, Ph.D.; Elana Lanczi, M.F.A.; and Augusto Soledade, M.F.A.; as well as Daniela Wancier, M.F.A., adjunct professor. Award-winning choreographer Katherine Kramer, M.A., adjunct professor in the college, is the guest artist for this year’s production.

Admission to Dance Concert is free, but tickets are required. To reserve your seat, call (954) 262-8179 or email nsutheatre@nova.edu. Check out this Dance Concert video to view scenes from the 2011 production.

Each year, the Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences Division of Performing and Visual Arts presents theatrical, musical, and dance productions. These performances serve as co-curricular opportunities for students to gain practical experience, and provide the NSU community with a local resource for educational and entertaining performing arts presentations.