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Department of Dance
This biennial concert celebrates the longstanding partnership between two great institutions of dance — UNLV Dance and Korea National Sport University.
Join us for a celebratory evening honoring the Las Vegas arts community for its dedicated support of the arts and culture.
The season features an exciting biennial international collaboration with Korea National Sport University.
The season ends with this collection of works choreographed by the bachelor of fine arts majors in dance performance and choreography.
This interdisciplinary musical includes the School of Music and department of dance and is dedicated to the memory of NCT founder Robert Brewer.
Much like athletes, professional musicians, dancers, and artists are prone to career-ending injuries. Music professor Stephen Caplan explains.
This Department of Dance and School of Music collaboration promises an exciting program of new music and choreography.
The festival's featured ensemble is the New York-based House of Time.
Museum director Alisha Kerlin is building a network of collaborators from disparate disciplines and inventing new ways to entice the community to campus.
This magical journey reminds Scrooge — and every one of us — of the transformative power of love, friendship, and generosity.
Dance professor Victoria Dale also will present a work that will represent UNLV at the International Association of Blacks in Dance International Conference.
Tune in to see this collaborative effort on local PBS station Channel 10.
UNLV Dance will team with the UNLV Symphony Orchestra to present Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet.
The Dorian Wind Quintet is known worldwide as one of chamber music’s preeminent and longest continuously active ensembles.
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Dance In The News
Las Vegas and Seoul, South Korea, might be a 13-hour plane flight apart, but for the last dozen years dance has brought them closer together.
When Vikki Baltimore-Dale moved from Los Angeles to Las Vegas in the early 1980s, the black dance scene was much different.
A ballerina who drew audiences from around the world to an abandoned Mojave Desert stage she adopted after being stranded there by a flat tire in 1967 has died at the age of 92.
You finish a hard workout, head to the locker room wearing a glistening sheen of perspiration all over and … skip your usual de-funkifying shower?
UNLV Dance preparing an international project that will travel live across the Atlantic Ocean.