The creative process will be at the core of your studies, which will focus equally on performance and scholarship. Formal and informal opportunities for performance abound. Each year students direct, choreograph, design, perform and produce as many as 10 productions. Faculty members and students produce two dance concerts choreographed by faculty and two or three plays directed by faculty.
Michael Reyes ’14 moved into his unexpected major one step at a time. He is a dance concentrator who plans to build a career around dance, music and education. His aspiration is to return to Hamilton College to teach hip-hop dance.More >>
Erin Brown ’09 started dancing when she was 6 years old, majored in dance at Hamilton College and in 2013 launched her own dance company, the Noumenon Dance Experience, in Chicago.
She’s also working on a graduate degree in sports leadership. Her thesis is about the black influence in dance.More >>
Hamilton graduates who concentrated in dance and movement studies are pursuing careers in a variety of fields, including: