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Daniel Charon  2010

Daniel Charon (guest choreographer) has been creating and presenting his own choreography since 1995. Based in New York City, his work has been seen at many venues and as part of various festivals. He has been presented by the 92nd Street Y Harkness Dance Festival and the Inside/Out series at Jacob’s Pillow, among others, and has presented two concerts at Joyce SoHo in NYC. Daniel has been commissioned to choreograph new work for various companies, universities, and festivals.  He was a full-time member of Doug Varone and Dancers from 1999 - 2009 and before that danced with the Limón Company. He has also performed with various other dance, theater, and opera companies. Daniel regularly teaches master classes and workshops all around the country. Hailing from Moorhead, MN, he is a BFA graduate of the North Carolina School of the Arts. Daniel also works as a web developer for Design Brooklyn.

Daniel Charon was artist in residence at ETSU in the fall of 2010 when he set Go Back On a Cloudless Day for MMDC as part of a major grant from the Mary B. Martin School of the Arts.  While in residency, Daniel taught no fewer than six classes at ETSU, Trinity Arts Center and Studio Dance of Johnson City, working with 165 eager students over all!  He also gave a solo peformance of entirely new works at the Bud Frank Theatre as part of the Mary B Martin School 2010 season.

Go Back On a Cloudless Day will be premiered during the ETSU Spring Dance Concert March 31-April 2nd of 2011 at the VA Theatre in Johnson City, TN.  (the information on that concert is listed under in the calendar section.)

http://danielcharon.com/

 

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