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Roderick George

Roderick George teaches a very high level of dynamic and physical coordination that integrates the floor as an important component in his class. The rich exploration with full body connection and concept to the awareness of where the head and toes are in the alignment. His teaching is focus on the clarity of movement which stems from the variations of ballet, release technique, Límon, gymnastic or acrobatic physicality, and rhythmic coordination. This elements help the form and allows for a greater range of physical expression. The meaning or reason for dancing! His methods or approach is for further individual development and promoting each dancers ability to interpret possibilities in the total range of each owns moment.


Roderick George studied at the Houston Ballet Academy, The Ailey School, and the SUNY Purchase. He was a winner of the Youth American Grand Prix competition and elected as a Presidential Scholar of the NFAA Arts in 2003. He has danced with and for Gothenburg Operan DansKompani, Ballett Basel, Forsythe Company, and Cedar Lake. He has worked with choreographer such as Jerome Bel, Jorma Elo, Jiri Kylian, Ohad Naharin, William Forsythe, Jacopo Godani, Tino Seghal, Angelin Preljocaj, and many more. He also received Honorable Mention in the NFAA for choreography and was invited for Springboard Dans Montreal. His pieces were shown in the U.S., Switzerland, Sweden and France.