ADDRESSUnion Station, North Alameda Street, Los Angeles, CA, USA
ADDRESS DETAILSEast Portal by Vignes St
TIMESaturday, March 24, 2018
1:10 PM - 1:15 PM
“The music of Johann Sebastian Bach has inspired my dancing from a very young age. I grew up studying ballet in the conservatory setting, which allowed me to experience the music of Bach in tandem with the cultivation of my passion for dance. The piece I created, “Visions of Gideon,” was dynamically inspired by the full, yet playful, all-encompassing sound of Bach’s Cello Suite No.1 in G Major. The music of Bach accomplishes what I strive to create in my dancing. The melodic sounds set both moods and tones that cause a stirring of raw human emotions dictated by the movement of the music.” – Brynn Bodair
Brynn Bodair, a versatile performer, hails from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She trained extensively with Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s principal dancers and received private coaching from The Kirov Ballet’s Jutec Kasamon. She studied with the Atlanta Ballet, Texas Theatre Ballet, and Pittsburgh Ballet. She has performed in several classical ballets, and with Maria Caruso’s Bodiography Contemporary Ballet Company as a trainee. She interned for the Bill T. Jones Summer Intensive, and trained with Keigwin and Company at The Juilliard School. Brynn attends Loyola Marymount University where she is pursuing a double degree in dance and political science, as well as a minor in screenwriting, and continues training with Dance Teacher Magazine featured teacher Roz Leblanc Loo and BODYTRAFFIC’s co-artistic director Lillian Barbeito. Brynn is eager to work, spreading her infectious motivation and work ethic with all.
Brynn Bodair will be performing with Sarah Elizabeth Stanley, dancer and Jennifer Chen, cellist.