Coredination stages dance celebration | AspenTimes.com

Coredination stages dance celebration

Coredination co-founders Anthony and Alexandra Jerkunica are among the performers in the studio's anniversary dance celebrations this weekend.
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Carbondale’s Coredination Movement Studio will celebrate its 10th anniversary Saturday and Sunday with special performances by its Bonedale Ballet dancers, teachers and choreographers.

The shows, at 2 p.m. both days, in the west wing of the Bridges High School Building (455 S. Third St.), will showcase original and traditional choreography in the classical, contemporary and jazz styles, including excerpts of the ballet trios “Giselle” and “Diamonds” and a duet performance of “A Stroll Through the Shire” by Coredination proprietors Anthony and Alexandra Jerkunica.

“This performance is a big thank-you for bringing us to where we are today, living our passion and offering mindfully crafted core movement for all ages in ballet, pilates, yoga, modern dance and tap,” the Jerkunicas said in a statement.

The studio’s Bonedale Ballet program offers training, coaching and performance opportunities in ballet for teens, adults and children.

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Tickets to the anniversary dance are $16 for adults, $8 for children and free for children younger than 4 (with discounts for Coredination students). For more information, visit http://www.corepilatesballetyoga.com or call 970-379-2187.


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