The gang at LehrerDance sits down and answers your questions in the inagerual episode of 'Ask A LehrerDancer.' We're now accepting questions for episode 2, to submit your question email: email@example.com
In this episode the dancers discuss their favorite pieces, favorite places to tour and what to bring with you when you're on the road.
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LehrerDance is an inspiring and innovative contemporary dance company based in Buffalo, NY. Under the direction of Jon Lehrer, the company showcases Jon’s unique choreography and embodies his definitive style. Jon’s extensive background in both the modern and jazz dance idioms fosters choreography that is organic, artistic, accessible and often humorous, reflecting life experience and the human condition.
The LehrerDance style is based on three main elements of movement: Circularity, 3-Dimensionality, and Momentum. These combine to create a form best described as “Organically Athletic” – integrating the approach and fluidity of modern dance with the excitement and energy of jazz dance to create an expressive, engrossing style of movement.
LehrerDance is a “small, enviable team of dynamite Buffalo, N.Y. dancers” (Chicago Tribune) comprised of 8 individuals who bring their own unique skills to the LehrerDance vernacular. From Break-Dancing to Modern, Ballet to Gymnastics, each dancer adds their own spice to the LehrerDance mix, keeping it fresh and evolving.
LehrerDance began in July 2007 and has already received much national notoriety and critical acclaim. Dance Magazine says LehrerDance “took the house not so much by storm as by quantum physics”, and is “on the cusp of jazz/modern fusion”. The company tours extensively, bringing their trademark athletic, edge-of-your-seat excitement to audiences nationwide. LehrerDance is proud to be the professional dance company in partnership with the University at Buffalo Department of Theatre and Dance, helping the arts thrive in Western New York!
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