New Music, New Dance Residency

June 7-9, 2022

Saint John, NB

Residency artists

Sarah Power, Gina Grant & Chris Green

Musicians: Andrew Reed Miller & Terry Hron

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2022 Dance Artists

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Chris Van Green took his first class in jazz at 13 and ever since he was hooked. He started his dance training in Nova Scotia at Truro Dance Academy where he trained in Ballet, Jazz and Modern. Green decided to pursue dance further after high school and received a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Theatre Dance Performance at Ryerson University in Toronto. He showed huge growth and outstanding passion and was rewarded the Kenny Pearl Award in his graduating year. He has worked with choreographers & collaborators such as Hanna Kiel, Kenny Pearl, David Earle, Robert Glumbek, Darryl Tracy, James Kudelka, Andrea Penã, and Fernando Melo. Green continues to dance professionally and has expanded his styles of movement to not only Ballet, Jazz & Modern. He dabbles in most styles including Acro, Heels, Improv, Hip Hop, Urban, Cuban Contemporary, Swing, Salsa, Musical Theatre, Zumba and many outlets of Fitness. He also has been teaching full time for half a decade in all styles and all age demographics. Working hard to inspire and progress the development of the next generation of artists. He has taught workshops and Master Classes all over Canada and is excited to share his knowledge to inspire others.

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Gina Grant is a professional contemporary dancer based in Saint John, New Brunswick. After completing her formal training at l’École de danse contemporaine de Montréal in 2017, Gina had the pleasure of working with choreographers such as Castel Blast, Compagnie Ilotopie, As They Strike Collective, and 14 lieux. She has performed at the Fashion & Design Festival in Montreal as well as Ill-Abilities’s Tenth Anniversary Show founded by Luca “Lazylegs” Patuelli. Gina has also worked in numerous dance films throughout her career, and enjoys exploring the relationship between subject and camera. She finds inspiration through connecting her dance practice with her teaching practice, and is consistently re-evaluating the two in order to better serve herself and her students.

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