DANCE VISTA

is an award winning television series that provides a Vista into the creation and motivation of choreography and movement.he show is seen in more than 20 states and features the host, Diane Dragone, as a guide into the ideas, expressions and motivations of Dance Movement. Diane is the Artistic Director of The Kennedy Dancers as well as an established and internationally renowned choreographer. Dance Vista attempts to spotlight the artists behind and within the movements. Choreographic Works of various Choreographers are featured.
Past Guests on Dance Vista include: Judith Jamison (former Dancer and Artistic Director for Alvin Ailey, Eliot Feld and “Ballet Tech”, Rita Moreno, Nai Ni Chen, Sean Curran, Randy James, Kevin Wynn, Maher Benham, Kitty Lund, Henning Rubsan,
The Kennedy Dancers Professional and junior companies are also featured 

 as they demonstrate diversity in disciplines of choreography and individual dance elements. .

Our Newest DANCE VISTA

Diane Dragone, host of DANCE VISTA, dedicates this episode to following the steps on how to become a professional dancer. No easy answer, but good guidelines featuring the Kennedy Dancers Pre-Professional Junior Dance Company as well as the Kennedy Dancers Professional Repertory

Watch more  DANCE VISTA SHOWS

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The Kennedy Dancers Air Dance Vista Cable Television Series in 22 States

Kennedy Dancers, Inc.,a Professional Repertory Dance Company, Dance Studio, and Dance Vista Television Productions, is proud to announce an upcoming cable television show featuring members of the “Inner City Youth” Pre-Professional Training Program and their journey from rehearsals to performances and competitions.

 

Under the Direction of Diane Dragone, for over 40 years The Kennedy Dancers has strived to provide high quality dance performances, dance classes while keeping the needs of the community in mind through inclusive programming for youth, adults, senior citizens, and people with disabilities.

 

The Dance Vista cable television series is a catalyst to exponentially grow capacity and interaction with the art of dance to our viewers, live audiences, and students, and has received 6 cable television network awards for cultural programming.

 

Dance Vista is directed and produced by Tom Horan and Executive Producer Diane Dragone. Dance Vista reaches over 6 million viewers and is seen on television Access Systems across the United States.

 

Dance Vista follows the New Jersey Board of Education approved core curriculum in dance.  It is a useful tool in dance training. Diane Dragone is a Certified Teacher of Dance in the State of New Jersey.

 

Diane Dragone, host and Artistic Director of the Kennedy Dancers Inc., delves into the steps and process of becoming a professional dancer.

 

Clips of Kennedy Dancers (The Inner City Youth Program) pre-professionals are shown as they learn choreography, rehearse, compete, and perform new works for everyone from concert audiences and for competition judges.

 

Not an easy road, but a rewarding one.

 

Also featured are clips of the Kennedy Dancers Professional Repertory Dance Company performing “Calling God” at the Loews Jersey Theater, Jersey City, NJ.

 

The premiere is at Friday, April 9 and Sunday April 11th at 9:00PM and will be aired on Comcast Channel 97 and Verizon Channel 43.

 

Airing Times:

Fridays and Sundays at 9:00pm on JCETV located on Comcast Channel 97 in Jersey City, and on Verizon FIOS Channel 43 throughout Northern New Jersey.

 

DANCE VISTA can also be seen on Manhattan Neighborhood Network’s Lifestyle Channel 2 on Tuesdays at 3:30p.m.

 

DANCE VISTA all also be shown at various times throughout New Jersey and Beyond through syndicated                            Educational and Governmental channels across twenty three states.

The Series is produced by the Kennedy Dancers Inc., a 501C3 non-profit organization.

Executive Producer and Host is Diane Dragone and Director is Tom Horan.

 

For further information contact kennedydancers@aol.com, 201-659-2190, or visit our website at kennedydancers.org