Students have the opportunity to perform in two fully produced concerts a year choreographed by faculty and guest artists. These concerts are held in our professional, state-of-the-art stage, the Anne R. Belk Theatre. Auditions for the Spring and Fall Dance Concerts are held at the beginning of each semester and are open to majors in the Department of Dance, dance minors, and the general UNC Charlotte student body. The BA in Dance degree requires 3 credit hours for performance courses, which include these stage performances. 

In addition, dancers also have the opportunity to perform in our student-choreographed, department-produced concert, Under Construction. This annual showcase is a department initiative to develop student choreography, where several students choreograph for student dancers and are mentored by faculty. This performance takes place in our lab theatre, Robinson Hall 118. Students also see their faculty perform each year as part of the Faculty Dance Concert, as well as perform in student-produced concerts run by dance student organizations, Range of Motion Dance Ensemble and MOVE Dance Alliance. 

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The Department of Dance seeks a guest choreographer for our Spring 2024 Dance Concert who aligns with our mission of providing exemplary, integrated dance training and academic preparation in a diverse and inclusive community. Applicants should have experience choreographing for student, pre-professional, or professional companies or institutions and must be available for the rehearsals, performances, and meetings detailed in the submission form. Applications are open to all genres and due by October 15th. Please email Concerts & Events Coordinator Audrey Baran at with any questions. 

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This year's Spring Dance Concert featured work by dance faculty E.E. Balcos and Ashley Tate, as well as work from guest choreographers Jacqueline White and dance alumna Anna Edwards '19. The Fall Dance Concert showcased choreography by dance faculty Kim Jones, Tamara Williams, Audrey Baran, and special guest artist Rosangela Silvestre from Salvador, Bahia, Brazil.  



This year's Spring Dance Concert featured work by dance faculty Gretchen Alterowitz, Kim Jones, and Tamara Williams. In addition, retiring professor Karen Hubbard was honored with a celebratory documentary video, and a work by guest choreographer Nejla Yatkin was presented on video. The Fall Dance Concert showcased choreography by dance faculty Delia Neil, Audrey Baran, E.E. Balcos, and guest choreographer Ananya Chatterjea.

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This year's Spring Dance Concert featured work by dance faculty E.E. Balcos, Audrey Baran, Marissa Nesbit, and Delia Neil. The Fall Dance Concert took place virtually and featured work from dance faculty Kaustavi Sarkar, Gretchen Alterowitz with Senior Dance Major and Advanced Dance Studies Certificate student Kayley Mclamb, Delia Neil, and Tamara Williams with local filmmaker Marlon Morrison.