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Brian Devine

Professorial Lecturer
Department of Performing Arts

  • Brian Devine earned his MFA from The Ohio State University and is a summa cum laude graduate of Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle. In addition he became a certified Pilate’s instructor in 2006. Born in Tucson, AZ, Mr. Devine began dancing at the age of ten. He continued his training in high school at Interlochen Arts Academy. As a professional dancer, Mr. Devine has performed with companies in the Pacific Northwest and in Ohio. He has performed the works of David Dorfman, Luis Fuente, Jose Limon, Wade Madsen, Mark Morris, Sarah Slipper, and Deborah Wolf. His own choreography has been performed throughout the United States most recently in the Midwest. Mr. Devine was on Faculty at St. Paul's School (SPS) in Concord, New Hampshire from 2007 to 2010. While at SPS he taught all levels of dance and served as Ballet Master for the St. Paul's School Ballet Company. His current creative research is in choreography where he is interested in the evolution of site dance. He continues to explore ideas across ballet, pedagogy and ways to train dancers for the fast paced and ever changing world of dance.


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