Everyone can dance. Everyone! With that philosophy I enter the classroom with the positive attitude and excitement of the myriad of possibilities that await us. Learning can and should be fun. My objective in each class is not only for the students to understand the technique, history, rhythms and various styles of dance, but also to enjoy themselves – and to finish class with a better feeling than when they started. A good dance class is all that and more. A good dance class allows students to express themselves in ways that aren’t always possible and allows them not only a physical outlet but a mental stimulation. A good dance class allows the students to grow and understand in new ways, providing another tool for their journey on this life adventure.
Angel Prince is the award winning Artistic Director of PrinceDance and the CEO of PrinceDance Institute. Ms. Prince received a B.A. in Dance and Psychology from Hofstra University in New York and holds a master degree in Contemporary Dance from The National University of the Arts in Buenos Aires. After living in Manhattan teaching, choreographing, and performing, she decided to move to Hawaiʻi to reconnect with the elements, and began the very successful PrinceDance Institute, which teaches classes and produces performances all over the State. In 2007 Ms. Prince formed PrinceDance, a non-profit professional dance company. With over 15 years of teaching experience, Angel brings the thrill of dance to students of all ages and levels of experience.
The Artistic Teaching Partners (ATP) Roster is an adjudicated directory of Hawai‘i professional teaching artists qualified to conduct in-depth residencies in educational settings. Each artist or arts organization has a page in the directory with contact information, a short bio, and an artist statement. The State Foundation on Culture and the Arts draws from this roster for arts education programs including Art Bento at the Hawaiʻi State Art Museum and Artists in the Schools.