Stars of Tomorrow: The Best Young Dancers Perform at Anaheim International Dance Festival
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The last date listed for Stars of Tomorrow Performance was Sunday August 14, 2011 / 3:30pm.
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Chapman University stages pieces choreographed by its Department of Dance students for its annual Spring Dance Concert at the Waltmar Theatre. Directed by faculty members Nancy Dickson-Lewis and Jennifer Backhaus -- founder of the award-winning contemporary dance company Backhausdance -- this diverse showcase includes pieces by all levels of students, reflecting their educational experience in the department. It's an exciting evening of new works from Chapman University's talented student choreographers. Learn More
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All dancers are committed and good, several are exceptional. If they want to have professional careers, and their personalities and emotions are right for the intense competition, they can. Whenever a dancer moved slightly outside the traditional ballet box, their unique creativity and courage showed brilliantly. Among the stand-out performances were David Preciado (the youngest boy), Shiori Midorikawa, Sam Zaldivar (like a leaf blowing in the breeze), Miori Fukada, Patrick Frenette, Jorge Richard Laguanas, Jessica Yerkes, Marshal Whitely, and of course the brilliant Clifton Brown (professional). Excellent training and great heart.