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DANCE AT MOROLES

DIRECTOR

Brianna Miller

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Originally from Newburgh, NY, Bri Miller holds a BFA in Ballet from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, where she had the opportunity to perform in such classical works as Giselle, La Bayadere, and Swan Lake, as well as more contemporary pieces like David Hochoy's Iconoglass. Bri has been honored to both study and perform with such companies as the Joffrey Ballet School and the Orange County Ballet Theatre. More recently, Bri has had the pleasure of performing for the Walt Disney Company and has choreographed and performed for Club Med's Cancun Yucatan resort. She has also taught dance and choreographed for French Woods Festival of the Performing Arts and the Louisiana Academy of Performing Arts. Bri recently completed her MA in Dance Education and is currently working on her doctorate in Instructional Design. This is Bri's first year with Dallas ISD, and she looks forward to continuing to share her knowledge and love of dance with her students for many years to come.

ABOUT DANCE AT MOROLES

The dance program at Jesús Moroles Expressive Vanguard is proud to offer students a comprehensive education in a variety of dance genres, including ballet, jazz, modern, tap, and hip hop. The dance program at Jesús Moroles encompasses a wide variety of students from kindergarten to eighth grade, with students beginning to hone in on the finer details of dance as a performance art upon their entrance to the fourth grade. However, Moroles students do not simply focus on dance from the perspective of a performer; all students are encouraged to explore the art of choreography and dance creation, as well as to practice analyzing dance at a deep level. Above all, students are encouraged to consider dance from a humanistic perspective, with students learning not only about how dance can affect their own lives, but how they may use dance to affect the lives of others.

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