Cayuga Brings Dance to Campus

November 8th, 2016 Posted in College News & Events

master-class-cleo-parkerThe world-traveled Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble taught classes and performed at Cayuga Community College in September.  The prominent group, founded by Artistic Director, Choreographer and Producer, Cleo Parker Robinson, performs work inspired by the African-American experience and is rooted in ethnic and modern worldwide dance traditions.  Students and community members were invited to a “Talk and Chew,” discussion on topics surrounding the company and the industry.  Master Classes were offered for beginner, intermediate and advanced level dancers, during the two day event.


Co-sponsored by the Cayuga County Community College Foundation, the CCC Student Activities Board, and the New England Foundation for the Arts, the final event included several performances by the group, which was held in the College’s Irene A. Bisgrove Community Theatre.  “The Cleo Parker Robinson Ensemble performance at Cayuga included electrifying dance presentations that had the audience on the edge of their seats.  The company was amazing to work with and the students still talk about their master class experience. We were fortunate to offer this uplifting cultural journey to our students and members of our community.”  Norman Lee, Director of Student Activities.


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