Alicia Graf Mack

The Language of Movement

Dance, as an art form, reaches across centuries and cultures. At Juilliard, you will be encouraged to become a versatile and nuanced performer through equal emphasis on both modern and ballet techniques.

You will learn the history and works from the past that continue to inform today’s dance makers, and you will be challenged to create with celebrated choreographers. Through its classes, performances, and compositional opportunities, Juilliard fosters and empowers the next generation of exceptional artists and creative voices in the dance world.

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  • Wednesday, October 3, 2018

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