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As a Brockport dancer you will excel not only as a mover and a maker, but as a thinker.

Department of Dance - 50th Anniversary!

The Department of Dance is celebrating its 50th anniversary after the DANSCORE performance this Friday, November 16. Find out more information on the celebration here.


2018-2019 Auditions

Auditions are required for all students who wish to major or minor in Dance and for individuals seeking admission to the graduate programs.  For dates and more information about auditions click here.

  • Nationally Recognized Dance Program

    The Dance Department is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Dance and offers the option to double major in the BFA program as well as in the BA/BS tracks.  Our students excel not only in the studio and on stage, but also as critical thinkers, writers and teachers.  Alumni have gone on to become international performers, arts administrators, choreographers, teachers in colleges and high schools, studio owners, and leaders in the fields of law, medicine, business and other professions.

  •  Professor teaching Ballet class

    Brockport Summer Dance

    The Department of Dance welcomes this summer's guest artist, Falcon Dance, for an intensive in August 2018. Past guest artists include David Dorfman Dances, Jesse Zarritt, Donnell Oakley, LMnO3, and Ori Flomin. In addition to daily classes in contemporary modern technique, repertory, and the creative process, evening activities include open rehearsals, public discussions, and company showings.

  • Sankofa performance


    Invigorating and life-affirming, the Sankofa troupe brings Carnivale to Brockport. Led by musical director N'Faly Saleem, Sankofa melds African, Carribean, and Latin cultures together for a vibrant, energetic production.

  • A picture of annual performance at Brockport


    An annual performance of faculty and guest artist choreography. DANSCORE performs at The College at Brockport and the Hochstein School of Music & Dance in November each year.

Last Updated 11/20/18

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