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Ginger Cox

Jazz

Ginger earned her BFA in Dance, from Temple University and has been teaching dance to all levels of students for over a decade. On faculty at Broadway Dance Center in New York City, Ginger has taught for the Joffrey Contemporary Jazz Program, Alvin Ailey Arts/Education Program, The University of the Arts, the Pulse Teacher’s Workshops and as a guest teacher for conventions throughout the USA. She has taught abroad in Luxembourg, Paris, Switzerland, Germany, Mexico and Japan. Ginger choreographed for NIKE SHOX, the NJ Nets Dancers, Collaborative Movement Dance Company and was one of 10 chosen to present work in the Élan Awards, honoring Mr. Lar Lubavich.

    She is the Artistic Director of LiNK! the Movement dance company; a multidimensional company that presents an electrifying repertoire without borders. Her choreography in LiNK has been quoted as “Absorbing,” and “inventive,” with “Amusing Creativity.” LINK has performed with recording artist Lijie, in the NuDance Festival, WaxWorks, Choreographers Canvas, the 60X60-collaboration with musicians, The 92Y Harkness Dance Center's Fridays at noon, MishMash Cabaret, the Pushing Progress Artist Showcase, DRA Remember Project, and the Independent film Reflections, to name a few. LiNK has also self-produced with a collaboration of Artists.

 

Class Description

She teaches a strong, athletic, technical Jazz built on correct placement, finding stability and freedom in the movement while exploring musicality and style. Her goal is to move dance forward by broadening the perspective behind the approach and taking movement out of the ordinary. She encourages the dancer to do the work from the inside out to become a creative artist that brings their unique qualities to the work.

     Ginger’s style of Jazz comes from her diverse background in jazz, modern and ballet. She does a variety of challenging choreography that works on several genres of jazz: contemporary, lyrical, and commercial (rock, pop, thrash). She also teaches jumps and turns. Her objective is to build technically strong, artistic, versatile, independent thinking dancers.

Guest Faculty

Ginger's Teaching Schedule

TBD

CONTACT

PMT House of Dance

28 W 25th Street, 2nd floor

New York, NY 10010

Tel:    212-924-5694

Email: pmthouseofdance@aol.com

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