BYU Idaho Dance Alliance Concert Information

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Since its creation in the early 1970s, the group has performed at various locations across the world, including El Salvador, Panama, Mexico, Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, and Russia.

 BYU-Idaho is located in Rexburg, Idaho, and serves more than 20, 000 students from all 50 states and over 40 countries.


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In addition to the Concert on Saturday August 4th, a special fireside presented by the BYU Idaho Dance Alliance will be held on Sunday August 5th at 6:00 PM.  The fireside will be held at the Yarmouth Building of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  All are invited.  


Beauty and Laughter – 

Come What May and Love It.

Brigham Young University-Idaho’s touring dance group, Dance Alliance, will be performing in Windham, Maine at the Windham Performing Arts Center on August 4, 2012 at 2:00 PM as part of this summer’s New England tour.

 The company of 33 BYU-Idaho students will participate in a two-week  tour themed “Beauty and Laughter – Come What May and Love It.”

 The Dance Alliance repertoire is unique in that encompasses many forms of dance including ballet, ballroom, swing, tap, jazz, world and contemporary. The company takes pride in its ability to keep its music, costuming and choreography modest and family appropriate. 

Tickets are $5 per person ages 6 and up.  Children 5 and under are free.  

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Jennifer Wadsworth, the company’s artistic director, said, “Our hope and effort is to bring a message of assurance and enjoyment that there is divine purpose in our existence and healing in our relationships. We look forward to sharing our appreciation for God’s creations and the opportunity to share our conviction of the beauty that life offers.”

 “My greatest joy in teaching and directing this tour group is having the capability to bring comfort, joy, even a sense of inspiration and hope to those we meet and perform for on tour. I appreciate and am grateful for the gift dance is and the manner in which we use dance to communicate such necessary messages and feelings as strength, hope, and love.’