We congratulate Savanna on this wonderful achievement!
On Friday, Oct. 26, 2012 Kevin Iega Jeff (Bio below) taught a High School Outreach Master Dance Class to 40 students and 2 teachers from Renaissance High School and Arts Academy in the Woods. Continue reading
This past weekend, Marygrove Institute for Music and Dance (IMD) students joined forces with students from Pointe Academy Dance Center, Rochester Hills (Director and Marygrove Alumna, MaryBeth Tremp Seeger and Judith Molina, Director, IMD, teach at the studio) and Marygrove undergraduate Dance Department students to perform and support two organizations: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Detroit and Focus Hope. Continue reading
Diamond White, born January 1, 1999, was just six years old when she started drama, dance and voice lessons at the Institute of Music & Dance at Marygrove College in Detroit, MI. She was a student in the Junior Performers class from January – April, 2005 and then in the Junior Performers Camp, attending classes daily, in July, 2005. Continue reading
At IMD they not only learn skills in the arts but to share their talent with the community thereby becoming urban leaders!
MORE ABOUT JAZZ ON THE AVENUE
Detroit, Michigan – University Commons is hosting a Jazz on the Ave, August 4, 2012. On Livernois Between 8 Mile and Fenkel. From 8:30am to 10pm. Continue reading
Students studied and researched the Chinese New Year and all about dragons and their significance in the culture. They will be performing a dragon dance (complete with dragon!).
Sandi Combs is the IMD Art Faculty member who creatively led the class.
For more information, contact Judith Molina at (313) 927-1306.
Classes are held Monday – Friday from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Arts enrichment classes are for students ages 3 – 16.
Classes conclude Friday, July 27 with the exception of theater performances on Monday, July 30.
Marygrove’s 33 piece, Institute for Music and Dance (IMD) String Ensemble will perform in the Marygrove College Theatre tonight, May 30, 2012 at 6:00 p.m. under the direction of IMD music faculty member Anida Margariti.
A Mozart Violin Concerto and a J.S. Bach Concerto for Two Violins are on the program, as well as music of Scott Joplin and Rossini.