Senior Choreography Concert showcases diverse talent

first_imgDemi Butler Welcome TCU Class of 2025 Campus activities increase this week as TCU hosts Family Weekend TCU gets in the holiday spirit at the annual Christmas Tree Lighting celebration Demi Butlerhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/demi-butler/ Facebook World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Demi Butler, senior news and media studies major from Jacksboro, Texas. She enjoys spending time with friends, walking her dog and cooking Greek food. She plans to work in advertising and direct marketing after graduation. Previous articleWomen make history in the 2018 midtermsNext articleEffort to add DEI to the core curriculum moves to Faculty Senate Demi Butler RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Demi Butlerhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/demi-butler/ Twitter + posts Linkedin Twitter The Senior Choreography Concert features dances that are crafted by seniors in the Choreograph 3 course offered in the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Ballet or Modern Dance.“This is different for us because we normally perform,” said senior Jacelyn LeVasseur. “This is showing off our work, it’s a new perspective of our individual skill.”According to the Department Chair, Elizabeth Gillaspy, this performance is a part of their major and follows the curriculum.“The idea of these performances goes back to their degree plan with their BFA,” said Gillaspy. “The bulk of the course is about making the dance, Kaleidoscopic is the public facing, it’s the outcome of the course.”Gillapsy said the seniors who designed the performance are not allowed to perform in their pieces. They cast performers from the department and coach and train students to perform in their piece.“It was really hard coaching my peers,” said LaVasseur. “Switching rolls from friend to coach and learning how to find the balance of superiority.”According to the department, the evening will show a “stylistic cornucopia”, meaning that each performance won’t look the same. Each performance is designed by one of the seven seniors and they will all look different based off a proposal they submitted at the beginning of the semester.“Every single piece in this concert is unique,” said Raavi Baldota, senior choreographer. “It’s the first time we’ve choreographed before and it’s extremely personal to us.”The seven different pieces that Kaleidoscopic will showcase will feature fresh and innovative performances crafted by each senior. To create the showcase, each senior worked individually and with their team to craft their design.Admission for the shows are free. Facebook ReddIt Salsa Limon moves from University Drive to Magnolia Ave TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Demi Butlerhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/demi-butler/ printThis year’s Senior Choreography Concert will showcase seven diverse senior’s talent in Senior Choreography Concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday in Erma Lowe Hall.The senior choreographers include Kate Moore, Reilly Faith, Madison Winter, Maryssa Buddano, Raavi Baldota, Jacelyn LeVasseur, and Julia Kamilos. These students bring their individual backgrounds to this concert, Kaleidoscopic. ReddIt Linkedinlast_img

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