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LSCDLimbal Stem Cell Deficiency
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LSCDLicensed Status Confirmation Document
LSCDLondon School of Contemporary Dance (UK)
LSCDLarge Screen Color Display
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LSCDLaboratorio Secundario de Calibraciones Dosimétricas (Peru)
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Additionally, she co-founded the London School of Contemporary Dance in Britain and the Batsheva School in Israel.
Kris Spencer is going to Bird College in London and Viki Guy joins London School of Contemporary Dance.
She recalls: "I was at The Place the London centre for contemporary dance as choreographer-in-residence after I finished at London School of Contemporary Dance and Janet Archer got me up to be choreographer-in-residence at Dance City.
Terence Donovan attended Hall Garth between 1997 until 2002 and has gone on to the Millennium Dance 2000 School in London and Nathan Johnson, Elizabeth Giles and Neil Hainsworth have won places at the London School of Contemporary Dance.
He went on to study at the London School of Contemporary Dance and in New York.
Born in 1957 in Sagamihara, Japan, and currently living in San Francisco, Haigood attended the London School of Contemporary Dance and received a bachelor of arts degree from Bard College.
After winning the Cosmopolitan Dance Award in 1981 she spent time at the London School of Contemporary Dance and the Rambert Academy.
Fonaroff's growing reputation as a choreography teacher earned her an invitation in 1972 to join the staff of the London School of Contemporary Dance.
Chantal went to the London School of Contemporary Dance after Newcastle and also took courses at Circus Space where they teach skills like stilt walking and the trapeze.
Thinking of the enormous influence of Graham and, a decade or so later, Merce Cunningham, Paul Taylor, and the others, set me also to considering the impact of Graham teachers, such as Jane Dudley and Robert Cohan, and the founding of the late Robin Howard's London School of Contemporary Dance, the first major contemporary school in Europe based on American rather than German dance styles.
Two years later, he brought Graham teachers to London and in 1966 founded, with American teachers, the enormously influential London School of Contemporary Dance, which in turn led to the London Contemporary Dance Theatre, the first European company to base itself on American modern dance technique.
Using a potentially powerful mix of abstract movement (from modern and hip-hop idioms), mime, and poetry, Jonzi D, African-British choreographer, dancer, and alumnus of the London School of Contemporary Dance, presented an evening-length odyssey that explored issues of identity.
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