Festival Dance and Performing Arts Association will present the fifth production of their biennial event, “Joy to the World,” at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 2 in the University of Idaho Administration Building Auditorium. Tickets range in price from $10 to $16 and are available through the Festival Dance office and at the door.
The UI Dance Program’s 2017 Fall Concert “Form and Transform” began its four-day run in the Hartung Theatre on Thursday Nov. 2. The hour-long performance is a thought-provoking and powerful experience that proves you don’t have to leave Moscow to find top-notch artistry. The $8 student ticket or $10 general ticket is well-worth admission to […]
“Form and Transform” is more than just a theme incorporated throughout the dance pieces in the University of Idaho Dance Program’s fall concert. From “Rising Momentum” in 2015 and “Defining Balance” in 2016, the 2017 concert represents the continuing evolution of the dance program at the University of Idaho.
Despite high winds, thousands of students and alumni marched the streets on University of Idaho’s campus for Serpentine, embracing their Vandal pride Friday night. The radiant gleam from glow sticks swung from band members and their instruments as they marched through campus at the event, which began at 8 p.m. at the top of new […]
Wednesday nights at the Moose Lodge are usually filled with music and country swing dancing, but this Wednesday there will be a little bit more. Washington State University College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS) is partnering with Palouse Country Swing Night to host “Swing Dance for Hunger” at 9 p.m. Wednesday in […]
For non-dancers, the appeal behind Faith Morrison’s award-winning screen dance and site-specific choreography may be difficult to express beyond stunned stammering about a “cool outdoor dance video.”
Honoring and celebrating native tradition and culture through dance, prayer and drums is what the annual Tutxinmepu Powwow is all about. The Native American Student Center (NASC) and the Native American Student Association (NASA) will host the 18th annual Tutxinmepu Powwow Saturday and Sunday. The event will begin at 2 p.m. both days in […]
It’s an opportunity to dance, workout and win prizes while also helping support a local charity. The Zumbathon gives students and the Moscow community a chance to dance to a high-energy workout, Zumba, to help raise money for the Light a Candle Program.
Lisa Nikssarian, a senior in the dance program at the University of Idaho, transferred from California and has since advanced her knowledge and passion for dance in Moscow. Nikssarian said she has been dancing since she was four years old and it has been something she has always loved. She chose to come to the […]
The dance and music programs at the University of Idaho have been bringing their talents together for the past 26 years to hold the acclaimed production Dancers Drum- mers Dreamers (DDD). The concert features an incorporation of dance theater and body percussion in a student-choreographed performance with live accompaniment of originally com- posed music. In […]
Months after the close of popular hangout CJ’s Nightclub, the Swing Devils of the Palouse are still dancing every week in Moscow. For over 18 years, the Swing Devils made their home at CJ’s Nightclub, which closed in August. Alex Boughamer, treasurer of the organization, said many people thought swing nights had disappeared with […]
In celebration of the “Chinese” or “Lunar” New Year, Festival Dance will present a performance by the Lorita Leung Dance Academy at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21 in the University of Idaho Administration Auditorium. This is the third of four in a series of Festival Dance performances during the 2016-2017 school year. This performance is […]
The first year Belle Baggs began teaching at the University of Idaho, she quickly found herself with more responsibilities than expected. Baggs, who was hired in 2011, said shortly after starting her first faculty job, the head of UI”s dance program, Greg Halloran, fell ill. “When I first came on, we found out really quickly […]
Belle Baggs said the annual University of Idaho Dance Theatre concert serves as a chance for students to push the limits of dance. “This is a chance to push that edge, and to see where I can take [the students],” said Baggs, the director of the 2015 performance. The concert is a compilation of several […]
When Jessi Brown, UI student and dance teacher, first began dancing at the age of two, she wanted to be a ballerina. “I grew up taking all different types of dance classes,” Brown said. Brown said ballet was difficult and painful, and eventually she came to the conclusion that she was not a ballerina. Still, […]
Dancers reveal their skills at UI Ballroom Dance Team Spring Showcase According to University of Idaho student and Ballroom Dance Team member Logan Halverson, the team’s spring showcase over the weekend was one of the most fun experiences he’s had at college. “It was so gratifying, because we put in all that work and effort through the […]
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UI Ballroom Dance Team to compete in Seattle competition The student-run University of Idaho Ballroom Dance Team is once again vying for a regional win as the team heads to Seattle this weekend to compete in USA Dance’s Quest for the Best dance competition.
On October 9, the members of the BASK Art Collective — a professional collaboration of four women — hosted a workshop for students and University of Idaho employees. The participants came together to explore themes of strength through art, dance and music.