Snow College Dance

Dance Auditions

Dance Auditions

The dance program at Snow College offers an Associate in Arts Degree with a pathway in dance. We are committed to artistic excellence through fostering an inclusive, supportive and creative learning environment by providing students with an in depth and broad-ranging curriculum with an equal emphasis in ballet, modern, jazz, tap, social dance, hip hop combined with coursework that includes improvisation, performance, pedagogy and somatic practices in yoga and pilates. This broad emphasis of the program makes it unique among other dance departments in Utah and across the United States.

Snow College dance departments also offers students a year-long company experience in contemporary, ballet and social dance through participation in either the Snow College Dance Ensemble or the Snow College Ballroom Company. In addition, Snow College regularly invites national and international guest artists to teach, explore and create new works on the students. Our dancers are presented with numerous performance and choreographic opportunities including mainstage productions, student produced concerts, collaborations with other university dance programs and regular participation in the American College Dance Conference.

Our mission is to produce unique dance artists while cultivating a healthy lifestyle for our students through the integration of mind, body and spirit.


Welcome Dr. Robert Cox

Dr. Robert Cox has a doctorate in athletic training (therapy), a masters degree in athletic training, and
degrees in both dance and secondary education, along with various other certificates and qualifications,
giving him a unique perspective when it comes to teaching dance.

He is excited to join the Snow College Faculty and always pleased to share his findings and collaborate with dancers, therapists, teachers, researchers, and students of all styles and levels.

 

Snow College Dance Department is a part of Two Plus Two Initiative with the Department of Dance at Southern Utah University and Dixie State University. This agreement guarantees that students who complete two years of dance studies at Snow College will graduate in two years after transferring to SUU or Dixie University Dance Programs.

Snow College dance program has been invited to perform in the galas of Regional and National College Dance Festival in 2017 and 2018. For more information about our 2018 performance at the Kennedy Center for the Arts in Washington DC, please visit this Dance Magazine Article

Questions? Contact Dmitri Peskov, Dance Chair/Assistant Professor of Dance at 435.283.7467