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Series: Lyrical Jazz with Joey Dowling

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About this Series

  • Lessons: 3
  • Total Time: 0h 44m
  • Use: Watch Online
  • Access Period: Unlimited
  • Created At: 07/16/2010
  • Last Updated At: 07/16/2010

Join one of today's most breathtaking performers, Joey Dowling, as she guides you toward mastering the art of lyrical jazz dance. In this series of 3 video lessons, you will learn how to execute technical moves and perform seamless transitions that look effortless and feel organic. Through her choreography, you will become a better and smarter dancer by analyzing and understanding the marriage of musicality, fluidity, technique and transition. The video contains three individual combinations, diverse in their style of movement. This video series is for the intermediate to advanced dancer.

Joey Dowling's theatre credits include the national tours of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Gigi, Soul Possessed, No Strings, and the Broadway show Dance of the Vampires with Michael Crawford. After attending NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, Joey toured with Mariah Carey on her Butterfly World Tour. She has performed on the VH1 Vogue Fashion Awards with Macy Gray, the MTV Music Awards with Jennifer Lopez, and went to the Cannes Film Festival and performed with Nicole Kidman for the movie "Moulin Rouge." She's appeared on "Sex & the City," "Cedric the Entertainer," and was a featured dancer in the movie "Chicago." Joey has juggled performing and choreographing all over the country, teaching people the secrets to being a working dancer.

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Tezoro Productions
Tezoro Productions
139 lessons
Joined:
10/29/2009

Tezoro Productions LIVE lessons are designed with the dancer in mind, featuring camera angles facing the mirror to replicate the feeling of dancing in a studio/class setting. Detailed tips and helpful instructions from the choreographer, as well as the use of assistant dancers to watch alongside the instructor enhance the consumer's experience.

You can learn more about Tezoro Productions and the Live productions at http://www.tezoroproductions.com/.

Lessons Included

None of the lesson in this series have been reviewed.

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