At UNC Charlotte, you'll receive an exemplary dance education in a culturally vibrant city. The UNC Charlotte Department of Dance provides integrated dance training and academic preparation in a diverse community that values lived experience, creative process, and performance. We invite you to join us as we build a community hub for inclusive, accessible, and antiracist dance practices and studies. Here, we highlight just a few of the special opportunities to expand your education and experience!
students & alumni in the community
July 16, 2022: Dance Ed student Alyssa Bainey performed in the Ashe County Contemporary Dance Festival this summer in a piece choreographed by dance alumna Makayla Rosenberger '18!
March 16, 2022: Dance student Aaryana Henry performed at the Loose Leaves Showcase in a piece choreographed by dance alumna Reneé Welsh-Noel '16. (Photo: Dick Costa)
Nov. 18, 2019: Artist Kuldeep Singh was featured alongside Charlotte’s first Odissi dancer, Tikli Meena Patnaik.
April 27, 2018: Odissi Anima allowed University students to perform together with community artists.
COMMUNITY OPEN CLASSES
Calling all North Carolina high school dance programs and studios! UNC Charlotte Dance offers FREE master classes with our faculty in modern, jazz, ballet, hip hop, and African Brazilian dance followed by a short information session on our exciting programs. We would love to connect with you and your students! To schedule a master class at your school or studio please email Director of Undergraduate Studies Tamara William at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mark your calendars for UNC Charlotte Dance Spring Studios: April 10th - 14th, 2023. For one full week, we open our classes for prospective students to get a taste of life as a UNC Charlotte dancer. Registration is FREE and will open in early 2023. For more information about Fall Fest or Spring Studios, email visiting assistant professor of dance Audrey Baran at email@example.com.