Photo Credit: John Pastore
Heather's Oral History at the New York Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center, Jerome Robbins Dance Division is live!
In 2018 Heather was honored to record her oral history for the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center. The wonderful tap dancer, producer and director, Anthony Morigerato was her interviewer. After 30 hours of pre-interview, they recorded for 8 hours in the Lincoln Center Library recording studio. Heather returned a year later to record an hour interview with Cassie Mey, dance oral history archivist and curator of the series, about her co-artistic director of Manhattan Tap, Tony Scopino. All the interviews are now live and available in their digital library.
SEE HEATHER ONLINE
Next show: Sunday,
February 7th, 2021
Join me for the conclusion of Season 2 with shows on
Feb. 7, 21 and March 7, 21
Every Second Sunday
12:00 pm EST
2:30 pm EST
viewing and Q&A.
Session 4 Coming in March, 2021
Registration will open end of February
The Lost Routines:
#1 BS Chorus (chor. Eddie Brown)
#2 Paris (chor. Eddie Brown)
#3 The Blues (compiled steps)
#4 Time Steps (compiled steps)
#5 Latin (compiled steps)
#6 Yardbird Suite (Eddie Brown solo from Village Gate performance 1990)
** it is strongly suggested that you learn
the routines in this order, please speak w me about placement**
Online classes with someone who spent many hours in the studio with Eddie Brown, one of the most profound post bebop tap dancers. The lost routines are based on the volume of material that was created by this unique pairing of two improvisors, mentor and protegé.
Each routine will be taught in a 10 week session. Click the link above for more information and to register
Feature of the Month
Heather Cornell featured on the Arts at Hope Blog
Heather Cornell is featured in the article Heather Cornell's Dance Story Now Housed at NYC Public Library, Continues at Hope College written by Eva Dean Folkert is featured on the Arts at Hope Blog.