Dance @ Vista Virtual Performance

Date: May 8, 2021

Time: 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location: Virtual

  • Northwest Vista College, Northwest Vista College, Faculty & Staff, Students, Alumni, Creative & Communication Arts, Arts & Culture

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Dance @ Vista Virtual Performance

Featuring the NVC Repertory Dance Ensemble & NVC dance technique classes. Choreography by NVC faculty and students, with NVC Dance Alumni Sarah Sanchez and Choreographer-in-residence Ciceley Fullylove. Performance followed by Q&A with Ciceley Fullylove. View Program notes here.

Guest Artist Choreographers Spring 2021

 Sarah Sanchez
 Ciceley Fullylove
Sarah Sanchez - NVC Dance Alumni

Originally from San Antonio, Sarah began her training in Ballet Folklorico and Flamenco dance styles touring the Greater Texas area with company, Danza Gitana Mexicana. She holds an M.F.A. in Dance (2016) from Sam Houston State University and a B.F.A. in Dance (2013) from Texas State University. Sarah’s choreography has been presented in Geografia - a South Texas Contemporary Dance Festival, Sans Souci Video Dance Festival, Luminaria Arts Festival, and Dia de los Muertos Nacogdoches. Sarah currently teaches Dance as Visiting Assitant Professor at Stephen F. Austin State University. In addition to dance, Sarah is a certified Pilates instructor that provides fitness classes to dancers at SFA and the East Texas community. Sarah is proud to be an NVC Alumni and honored to be choreographing for the Repertory Dance Ensemble.

Ciceley Fullylove: Choreographer-in-residence

Ciceley Fullylove is a dance, choreographer, singer, and Austin native. Upon graduating from Texas Women’s University with her bachelor’s degree in dance, she moved back home to Austin. Since then, she has worked with Austin based companies/artists Early Era Collective, The Theorists, Andrea Ariel, Jennifer Sherburn, and more. She is also a member of the band Capyac as both a singer and dancer. When she’s not performing, Ciceley manages the Boyd Vance Theatre located in the George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center.


Northwest Vista College Repertory Dance Ensemble

All students in our studio classes have the opportunity to perform each semester. Serious dancers may audition for our resident student dance company, the Northwest Vista College Repertory Dance Ensemble. An annual visiting artist residency program gives students direct exposure to artists currently working in the field. Find our more about the NVC Dance Program.

Dance @ Vista Fall 2020 Premiere

If you miss last semester's virtual dance performance, please visit the NVC Fine and Performing Arts & Kinesiology department YouTube channel. Guest artist choreography by Erika Record-Sparks.

Dance @ Vista Fall 2020 Virtual Premiere