Faculty Profile Alex Anderson

Peridance Online Studio Connect
Peridance Contemporary Dance Company
KnJ Theater
Open Class Program
New Students
Class Rates
Daily Schedule
Faculty
Workshops
Gift Certificates
Groups
The School at Peridance
Children/Teen Open Program
Core Pre-Professional Program
Faculty
Student Companies
Training Programs
Certificate Program
Dance Studies Program
Intensive Semester
Independent Studies Program
(3-month and 6-month)
Summer Studies
Alumni
Audition Tour
International Students
F-1 Visa Programs
Intensives
BLUEPRINT Summer Intensive
Summer Intensives
Winter Intensive
Resources
About
Scholarships
Rentals
COVID-19

  • African Based
  • |
  • Ballet
  • |
  • Body Conditioning
  • |
  • Contemporary
  • |
  • Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
  • |
  • Jazz/Theater
  • |
  • Limon
  • |
  • Tap
  • |
  • Martial Arts
  • |
  • Modern
  • |
  • Salsa
  • |
  • Yoga
    Alex Anderson

    Alex Anderson



    Adv-Inter Contemporary

    Bio



    Alexander Anderson is a South Florida native where he attended the Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts, Class of 2010. Upon high school he went on to continue is training at The Juilliard School where he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Dance in 2014. While at Juilliard, his choreography received Choreographic Honors and was featured on the Peter Jay Sharp Theater from 2010-2014. He is a 2012 recipient of the Dizzy Feet Foundation Scholarship Award, a 2013 recipient of the Princess Grace Foundation Scholarship Award as well as the Alexander Bay Moore Dance Award. Upon graduation, he began his professional career dancing for Netherlands Dans Theater 2 and later joined as company artist with Netherlands Dans Theater 1. In October 2019, he was mentioned in Dance Europe Magazine by Critic's Choice for 'Outstanding Performance by a Male Dancer' for his performance in Crystal Pite's "Solo Echo". He now is a freelance artist based in NYC and will be working as guest artist with Gibney Dance Company for their spring program.
                    Week of: Sep 21, 2020 - Sep 27, 2020
    Contemporary
    Times Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
    11:30AM - 1:00PM