Faculty Profile Rachel Feinerman

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    Rachel Feinerman

    Rachel Feinerman

    Simonson Technique


    Rachel Feinerman began her dance training at Barnard College. In 1996 she discovered Dance Space and continued training and teaching from there. She has performed with Laurie De Vito & Dancers since 1999 and has also been a member of Daria Fain’s Human Behavior Explorers, Ricardo Gomez Dance Theatre, and has danced for Wilson Mendieta, Sita Mani, Isabel Gotzkowsky, Sakura Shimada, Gail Accardi, Suki John, Yael Levy, Marjon van Grunsven, Katiti King, and Diane McCarthy. She has been in cast in photo and film projects including Stephanie Matthews’ black and white series “Dance: A Study of Movement and Fluidity,” Julie Taymor’s Across the Universe, and Daria Fain’s film Clocks and Clouds and has worked with visual artists Griselda Healy, Brookie Maxwell and Kelvin Robertson. She was recently featured in Dance Teacher Magazine, demonstrating Laurie De Vito's technique. Rachel’s choreography was most recently performed at Queens College in a Theater Department production of A Dybbuk and has also been presented at Dance New Amsterdam, Green Space, WAX, Evolving Arts, Makor, Greenwich House Theater, and Barnard College. She was on faculty at Dance Space/Dance New Amsterdam from 1999-2013 and has taught at Barnard College, 3rd Ward and the Educational Alliance.