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Every performance put up by Giordano Dance Chicago sparks frenzy among the audiences for its high-on-energy dance routines and breathtaking choreography. Athleticism is another facet that has been constantly seen in the performances showcasing different genres such ballroom, jazz, flamenco but primarily focusing on American Jazz. The jazz dance company has recently been associated with some of the most talked about performances leaving everyone scratching their heads in astonishment. Like 100 Men, Give and Take, Taal, Alegria, Le Grand Futur Is Here, G-Force, Wings, Sabroso, Sidecar, Gravity and Jolt being a handful of them. Thus, Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago’s performances have been described by Dance Magazine in these words: “A burst of sheer dance joy that left the audience breathtaking and ready for more.”
Founded by Gus Giordano in 1963, set out on a journey of entertaining the jazz dance fans in America later hitting places like Germany, France, Japan, Italy, Switzerland, Russia, Brazil, Canada, the Bahamas, Mexico and Guatemala. Since the upcoming event will be hosted in your city do not miss out on the opportunity of attending it. buy cheap Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago tickets and treat yourself to something awe-inspiring.
Since its inception, Giordano Dance Chicago has been making efforts to change people’s perception of jazz dance while making them see a redefined and revamped art form. Hence, providing out-of-the-ordinary jazz dance routines every step of the way. Natasha Overturff, Ashley Downs, David Buchanan, Leah Chilcutt, and Hoshua Blake Carter are some of the dancers from the company who have added to the prestige and honor of GDC through their sheer talent. The company’s history can be traced back to the days when it surfaced by the name of Giordano Dance Chicago till it became Giordano Dance Chicago Company in 1966. From then on it started getting extensive media coverage. Two years later the company showcased an American jazz dance routine for Bolshoi Ballet meeting with an ecstatic response. As a result leading to a performance in Soviet Union in 1974 which meant a great deal as GDC became the first jazz dance company to have gotten the honor.
GDC also hosts a biannual event called Jazz Dance World Congress which has been seen at Kennedy Center (Washington D.C), Northwestern University, University at Buffalo, Chukyo University (Japan), and Point Park University while also performing in Mexico, Germany, and Costa Rica. The Chicago Dance Award winning company has also been working on its outreach programs to make the art form more accessible. The program titled Jazz Dance/Science & Health came into existence around six years ago undergoing the task of teaching elementary students in Chicago. Each year almost 300 classes are taught. Thus, covering areas of learning such as nutrition, health and science. Speaking of the rapid growth of the company, there have been many people who have contributed to that. Nan Giordano (Artistic Director), Michael McStraw (Executive Director), Homer Bryant (Assistant Artistic Director), Autumn Eckman (Artistic Associate, Director Geordano II), and Kam Hobbs, the Technical Director are to mention a few.
Hence, carrying on the founder, Gus Giordano’s mission of presenting American jazz from his perspective. Giordano himself is an institution who taught millions not only as a dancer but a master teacher, choreographer, author and the founder of Jazz Dance World Congress. He taught through every medium possible; television, stage commercials, concert dance, films and industrials. Among his countless efforts is the formation of the Jazz Dance World Congress. For its premiere he gathered top-notch jazz dance master teachers and companies under one roof.
During his highly successful career he received many awards for his meaningful contributions in changing the face of jazz dance. Dance Education of America Award (1984), Mayor’s Award (1988), Governor’s Award (1989), and Dance Teacher Now Circle Award (1991) being just a handful. Moreover, in his honor April 25 was chosen as Gus Giordano Day by the governor in 1985. To witness an event that is known for exceptional talent, innovation and originality buy Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago tickets.