- Teaches students:
- and Ages 7 to 70
- Teaching since:
- September 1974
Languages have always fascinated me. Traveling a lot as a child, I studied French, German, and then Twi when I had a semester studying dance & music in Ghana. The other two constants have been piano and dance. Classical Spanish music is what originally hooked me on the piano and later the world of flamenco ensnared me. For 18 years, I produced the internationally touring Dance on Camera Festival, the oldest dance film festival in the world produced by the Film Society of Lincoln Center. As a writer, I have been published in over 15 publications, now writing for two on-line magazines. As a dancer/choreographer, I just participated in Soaking WET 2017 and my installation BELL 8 was just at Waterfront Museum in Red Hook, Brooklyn and is now at the Lilac on Pier 25 July-Sept 3, 2017.+ Read More
My one-three screen installation, inspired by the dance of the sea, BELL 8 was just exhibited at The Waterfront Museum in Red Hook and will be at the Lilac for July-August, 2017 in Manhattan.
Celia Ipiotis & Jeff Bush's cable show Eye on Dance continues its presence on-line through music/theatre/dance reviews on its website.
Writer for this exciting web magazine!
Producer of the award winning documentary film LA CHANA granted the Audience Awards at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, 2016 and at Il Voce dell Inchieste, Italy, and Chopin's Nose Award at Poland's Docs Against Gravity Film Festival.+ Read More
Spanish Dance/Flamenco solo program, performed with tape music or with my composer/guitarist Paul Jared Newman, until HAI closed its doors in May, 2016.
Teaching artist in NYC Public Schools during the annual Flamenco Festival at City Center, as well as residencies during the year.
I produced the internationally touring Dance on Camera Festival, co-produced by the Film Society of Lincoln Center, edited the bimonthly journal, and managed DFA's many programs.
ACMP — The Chamber Music Network is a non-profit organization that facilitates informal music-making by people of all ages and nationalities, from beginners to professionals. Founded as a non-profit organization in 1947, ACMP, originally the Amateur Chamber Music Players, was the idea of Leonard Strauss, an American businessman whose work frequently included travel. Tired of practicing alone in hotel rooms, he dreamed of a network of musicians who could contact each other for chamber music sessions while at home or “on the road.”+ Read More
Excellent person and good teacher
Very sweet and patient with kids