Saakumu Dance Troupe from Ghana, West Africa will teach and perform at K-State February 2-4, 2015. Visit our GUEST ARTIST PAGE for more information.
Welcome to the K-State Dance Program
Our Dance Program offers a dance minor. We assist more than 80 students every year with gaining their dance dance minor.
We offer performance opportunities for Winter Dance, Spring Dance, and Dance Student Spotlight, to all K-State students, regardless of their major or minor. We also have two active ensembles that are open to all K-State students. The K-State Tap Dance Ensemble performs locally and regionally, in various venues. The K-State African Ensemble offers experiences in West African Music and Dance.
If you would like to learn more about the K-State Dance Program please contact any of the K-State Dance Faculty.
We all look forward to meeting you at our performances and other activities throughout the academic year.
Julie L. Pentz
Associate Director of Dance
The K-State Dance program is dedicated to nurturing strong, well-rounded, and versatile dance artists and educators. While honoring the importance of a broad, liberal arts curriculum, the Dance program provides quality training in dance technique, choreography, pedagogy, and production. Central to the Dance program is the performance of well-danced, quality choreography, collaboration across disciplines, and the vitality of human diversity.