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Every gift counts, no matter how small or large. Conservatory for Contemporary Dance Arts needs your contribution to our programs. We can not make it without you. CCDA is a Mark Foehringer Dance Project which a 501 c 3 non profit. All donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law.
Or, send a check to: Mark Foehringer Dance Project/SF 1388 Haight Street #28, San Francisco, CA 94117

If you have questions please let us know, by sending an email to Gary@ccdancearts.org or calling: 510-703-9126 . Thank you! Gary@ccdancearts.org

Conservatory for Contemporary Dance Arts

Summer Workshops at CCDA

Release technique, Gaga movement, Ballet, Limon Technique, Cunningham Technique, Haitian Dance and much more.

Conservatory for Contemporary Dance Arts

Summer Intensive Workshop - Boot Camp Style

Faculty includes: Erik Wagner, Kristine Elliott, Sidra Bell, Hope Mohr, Lizz Roman, James Graham, Stacey Printz, Portsha Jefferson, Jill Yager, Heather Cooper, Brian Fisher and Mark Foehringer

Educating, inspiring and developing through dance

Testimonials

See what our students and parents are saying

  • I highly recommend this program for dancers who want to pursue contemporary dance on the college or professional level. My son studied with Mark Foehringer Dance and the other instructors here for two years, and it was one of the best things he did. He would not be the contemporary dancer he is today if it were not for this program. If you live in the Bay Area (N. CA), check it out.
    Nina Amir - Parent
  • I have so much respect and appreciation for Mark and what his program has to offer. He and his faculty of instructors prepared my daughter so well for college dance. She had the tools she needed in both dance etiquette and technique. She was invited to attend every program she auditioned for, and now is thriving. I couldn't have asked for a better experience.
    Julie Egbert - Parent
  • The most valuable thing I learned from Mark Foehringer was how to be a good professional. Of course I honed things like line, virtuosity, clarity ... things associated with good technique, as well as expanding my artistic interests under his direction. But I learned that it isn't how "good" a dancer I am, but how good a dancer I am to work with that matters. This has been a key factor in building a successful career as a dancer.
    Katherine Wells, professional dancer with Robert Moses' Kin, formerly with Lar Lubovitch Dance Company,
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Auditions were held August 1. If you are interested in joining the Conservtory mid-term, please email Artistic Directory mark@mfdpsf.org to audition
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Through cutting edge training in ballet, modern dance, contemporary dance influences and performance material, Conservatory for Contemporary Dance Arts develops and trains young dancers for the next step of the dance experience be it university dance programs or professional dance opportunities.

Recent Press

  • Dance Teacher Magazine, August 2013

  • San Francisco Chronicle

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