Smith, Nancy Stark
January 2010
Contact Quarterly;Annual2010, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p12
An interview with Julyen Hamilton, a dancer, director and teacher, is presented. When asked about the relation between his teaching work and being a performer, he states that teaching and performing a complementary activities. Hamilton adds that technique and composition are areas of study that he is focusing on his teachings. He emphasizes that anatomy is one specific focus in technique.


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