Instructors with an * indicate members of NHPA™'s professional organization Revolve Dance Company.
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Amy Cain *
Performance credits include tours nationwide, as well as to Spain and Italy. She has danced professionally with Dominic Walsh Dance Theater, performing leading roles in outstanding contemporary works by Dominic Walsh of Houston; Mauro Bigonzetti, Michele Merola, and Enrico Morelli of Italy; and Gustavo Ramirez Sansano of Spain. Additionally, she has done guest performances for Dance Houston as well as Amy Ell's Vault.
Choreographically, Amy has presented new works on Revolve Dance Company at events including the Houston JCC’s “Choreographers X 6” and “Triple Focus” concerts, Texas Weekend of Contemporary Dance, Power of Movement, Dance Houston, Dance of Asian America’s East Meets West, Big Range Dance Festival, the Dance Gallery Festival in New York City and Huntsville, Project Dance New York, and the International Dance Meeting in Tropea, Italy. In 2011 & 2012, Amy had the unique opportunity of choreographing and performing in various operas including the multicultural production of Dido and Aeneas and the Song and Dance concert at the Baroque Music Festival in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, as well as the Houston premiere of Bernstein's MASS. In June 2014 Amy's piece Angsters, performed by Revolve Dance Company, was presented as a short film produced by Gothic South Productions at the Dance Camera West Festival in L.A. where it received the "Audience Favorite" award. Amy has also set choreography on dancers in the NHPA™ Dance Company, and for studios across Texas, that have earned top honors at numerous regional and national competitions.
Dawn Dippel *
Dawn has performed leading roles in works by Dominic Walsh including Aurora in Sleeping Beauty, Love Intr-fear, Dolcemente, Amadeus, and Titus. She also had the opportunity to perform the U.S. premiere of Mauro Bigonzeti’s acclaimed Pression, and work with international choreographers Michele Merola & Gustavo Ramirez Sansano while a member of DWDT. In the January 2008 issue of Dance Magazine she was named as one of “25 to Watch” for up and coming artists across the country, and was recently named on of Houston's 100 Creatives by the Houston Press. Dawn has spent many years working beside many talented & professional artists who have been an influence and inspiration in her journey of this art.