UK Students in Spring Dance Ensemble

Contact: Ralph Derickson

 

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The University of Kentucky Dance Ensemble is hosting a concert on Saturday, April 17, that will include modern, jazz and tap dances. The dances have been created by the students of the Dance Ensemble and guest choreographers.

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (April 15, 2004) -- The University of Kentucky Dance Ensemble is hosting a concert on Saturday, April 17, that will include modern, jazz and tap dances. The dances have been created by the students of the Dance Ensemble and guest choreographers.

The UK Dance Ensemble is under the direction of Rayma Beal, associate professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Promotions in the College of Education. “The concert is a culmination of the spring’s creative efforts by the members of the Dance Ensemble,” said Beal.

The students, their majors, and their hometowns are:

• Jaclyn Bender, a junior art education and art studio student from Williamsport, Pa.;
• Leah Bentley, a pharmacy student from Louisville;
• Anjuli Bhattacharyya, a sophomore marketing student from Lexington;
• B.J. Lee, a freshman arts administration student from Shelbyville;
• Casey Brown, a sophomore materials engineering student from Beavercreek, Ohio;
• Mary Brown, a senior psychology student from Louisville;
• Lydia Childress, a senior elementary education student from Winchester;
• Katie Daniels, a freshman nursing student from Owensboro;
• Ashley Dawson, a sophomore business management student from Lexington;
• Sara Endicott, an undeclared sophomore from Covington;
• Angie Galloway, a senior elementary education student from Owensboro;
• Tessa Harris, a senior kinesiology student from Ashland;
• Emily Hicks, a junior physical therapy student from Louisville;
• Anna Hitron, a pharmacy student from Louisville;
• Ashley Holbrook, a senior elementary education student from Ashland;
• Sarah Jackson, a senior English student from Frankfort;
• B.J. Lee, a freshman arts administration student from Shelbyville;
• Alexis Redish, a senior French and international economics student from Lexington;
• Jennifer Simpson, a freshman physical therapy student from Lexington;
• Amy Stallings, a sophomore theater student from Owensboro;
•Sarah M. Stinson, a senior secondary math education student from New Orleans, La.; and
• Tom Vinson, a sophomore theater student from Quincy, Mass.


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