Sign up to join the HIVE on April 22 with Brittany Nicole Bass!
the HIVE offers local dancemakers a choreography lab to experiment and provides dancers an opportunity to work with new choreographers and learn about their process. The program, a collaboration between Dance Source Houston and Houston Ballet, gives choreographers studio space in Houston Ballet's Center for Dance and gathers a group of 25 dancers to help local artists explore movement. Dancers must be 18 and older. Sign up to reserve your spot!
April 22 | 2-4pm | Center for Dance, 601 Preston
Cost: $5. All fees paid will go to the choreographer.
Reserve your spot at bit.ly/hivebass!
Brittany is a contemporary modern mover that likes to challenge herself through the athleticism of dance. Phrases that she has created in the past are physically demanding and play a lot with momentum and are juxtaposed by the buttery yet direct approach throughout. She is also a big fan of floor work and enjoys using it in her choreography. The movement that she is working on currently explores the act of being vulnerable as well as transparency and how that looks on ones body.
Brittany Bass earned her bachelors degree in dance from the University of Houston. Currently she is a member of Karen Stokes Dance Company and has been since Spring 2014. She is also a teacher with Houston Ballet’s Education and Community Engagement program. Although she has more experience as a performer, she is beginning to dive into her career as a choreographer. Brittany's choreographed works have been featured in American College Dance Association, University of Houston's Emerging Choreographer's Showcase, UH Goes to the Barn as well as Dance Source Houston’s annual Barnstorm Dance Fest.