A headshot of KT Nelson, a light-skinned woman, with light brown hair that is tied back. She wears black rimmed glasses and a blue shirt. She smiles.

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A Conversation With KT Nelson of ODC/Dance
Tuesday, September 28 2021 8:00PM EDT
111 Your Street, Your Town, MA 02139

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Join us online for a conversation with ODC/Dance choreographer KT Nelson about her  Camino de Santiago journey and the creation of Path of Miracles. Streaming live on YouTube and Facebook.

About KT Nelson:

KT Nelson joined ODC/Dance in 1976 and partners with Brenda Way to direct the ODC/Dance Company. KT choreographed and directed the Company's first full-length family ballet in 1986, The Velveteen Rabbit, which has since been performed annually in the Bay Area as an ODC/Dance holiday production.

KT has been awarded the Isadora Duncan Dance Award four times: in 1987 for Outstanding Performance, in 1996 and 2012 for Outstanding Choreography, and in 2001 for Sustained Achievement. Her collaborators have included Bobby McFerrin, Geoff Hoyle, Shinichi Iova-Koga, Max Chen, Zap Mama, and Joan Jeanrenaud. In 2008, her work RingRounRozi, in collaboration with French-Canadian composer Linda Bouchard, was selected to be performed at the Tanzmesse International Dance Festival. In 2009 Nelson was one of three artists selected for Austin Ballet’s New American Talent Competition. In 2012 she created new work for Western Michigan University as part of their Great Works Dance Project.