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Welcome students to the new ADAY site!

We have been working hard to synthesize all the information on the dance community to one resource. We hope you find the experience user-friendly and easy to navigate!

The ADAY site contains all news on all the going-ons on campus related to dance, information on all the wonderful dance groups, resources that can be utilized by students interested in dance, and much more!

We will keep a feed on all auditions, workshops, and shows taking place on campus under our “Dance Feed” section, but if you’re interested in joining a group this term, you will need to get in contact with the groups for how one can join. Otherwise, you will have to wait for their next set of auditions in either the spring or next fall.

Looking for a gig?

“Solo Bach” is a movement based performance, featuring two pieces that J.S. Bach wrote for solo violin, played live by a violinist from the Yale School of Music. The performance will be at the Yale Cabaret, at the beginning of December.

They’re looking for two undergraduate dancers, available for rehearsals during October (and partly in November). The rehearsals will usually be in the evenings, and not every day. If you’re interested in more details, please contact the director, Yagil Eliraz.

Courtesy of,

Yagil Eliraz | yagil.eliraz@yale.edu

2nd Year Director, Yale School of Drama

Who We Are:

The Alliance for Dance at Yale (ADAY) acts as the umbrella organization for all the dance groups at Yale College, uniting the extracurricular dance community and serving as a connection between dance at Yale and dance in the New Haven community. Amongst our many dance groups at Yale, the following styles are represented:

  • African
  • Ballet
  • Ballroom
  • Bhangra
  • Belly-dancing
  • Breaking
  • Chinese traditional dance
  • Hip-hop
  • Irish dance
  • Jazz
  • Lyrical
  • Modern
  • Musical theater
  • Polynesian
  • Stepping
  • Swing dance
  • Tap
  • And so much more!

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