Thursday, July 15, 2010

One word: Intense -- Aspiring young dancers push themselves to a new level of perfection in Flint's Magnus Midwest Dance Intensive

For 13 years now The Whiting has presented a public summer dance performance that is known as the majestic finale of a month-long training program held in Flint for 100 of the nation's most brilliant student dancers. Previously known as the Joffrey Midwest Dance Intensive, this year the demonstrate has been renamed in the honor of the program's long-standing artistic director John Magnus - a renowned dance instructor who hails from South Africa.

While the program’s title has changed, it's Magnus' vision and teaching that has remained over the years, bringing these aspiring professional dancers to the area for such prestigious training and eventually showcase performance that will be held this Saturday.

1 comment:

  1. Hello Dear,

    I found your blog and I really liked about the art of dance. My Jewish culture appreciates all styles of dance.

    A big hug.