PETRONIO RESIDENCY CENTER 2022 DANCE THE WORLD SUMMER PROGRAM
July 12 - July 15
for students ages 8-18 featuring dance from the U.S., India, Africa & the Caribbean
Directed by Marcus McGregor
Tuesday – Friday, July 12-15, 2022
9:00am – 3:00pm (early drop off available at 8:30am, late pick up available until 3:30pm)
– *Full week registration strongly encouraged*
– Each day includes a ballet warm up, specialist dance technique (see schedule below), and Make A Dance (utilizing elements of improvisation & choreography)
– Students bring lunch, two snacks provided.
– There will be an informal showing Friday, July 15 at 2:30pm for friends and families.
NEW CONVENIENT LOCATION
Gallagher’s Banquet Hall
513 Main Street, Cairo, NY
Tue. 7/12 | Indian Classical Dance with Sujatha Sharath
Wed. 7/13 | SOCA (Dance from South America & the Caribbean) with Ariana Brisport
Thur. 7/14 | West African Dance & Drumming with Elena Mosley
Fri. 7/15 | Modern/Contemporary Petronio Technique with Tess Montoya & Showing*
*In order to participate in showing, student must attend a least 2 other sessions throughout the week.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE SPECIALISTS HERE.
$25 full week
$15 per day
All students must be vaccinated and boosted (if eligible) to attend. PRC will notify of any changes to this protocol one month in advance.
ENROLLMENT IS LIMITED – please register by June 1, 2022.
Stephen Petronio Company recognizes Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, Howard Gilman Foundation, and SHS Foundation as lead supporters of the Petronio Residency Center.
Stephen Petronio Company’s Petronio Residency Center FY22 program, including the Petronio Residency Award, is made possible, in part, by public funds from the Small Business Administration’s Shuttered Venue Operators Grant, the New York State Council on the Arts with support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature, and with additional support from the Hyde and Watson Foundation, Joseph & Joan Cullman Foundation for the Arts, New Music USA’s New Music Organizational Development Fund, Rockefeller Brothers Foundation, Serena Foundation, The Shubert Foundation, James E. Robinson Foundation, and from a generous donation by our esteemed patron Nina Matis.
PRC’s 20/21 Partner Residency program has partnerships with Dancers Responding to AIDS, Danspace Project with funding through the New York State DanceForce, Guggenheim’s Works and Process, and Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography, and Queer|Art and is also made possible in part, with support from The Bank of Greene County Charitable Fund.
PRC’s 20/21 Outreach and Education program is made possible in part with public support from CREATE Greene County Council on the Arts and from the Alexander and Marjorie Hover Foundation.
The Doris Duke Preserve in Round Top, Greene County was made possible by a grant from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. The grant creates an environmental resource in perpetuity, helps to secure the future of the Petronio Residency Center and honors the life and legacy of Doris Duke, who was both a committed environmentalist and a staunch supporter of contemporary performing arts.
Photo by Alon Koppel.