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  1. Jul 06,  · Gus Giordano, (August T. Giordano), American jazz dancer and choreographer (born July 10, , St. Louis, Mo.—died March 9, , Chicago, Ill.), was one of the pioneers of the style known as jazz dance and succeeded in gaining it the respect already enjoyed by ballet and modern kottdcomolpotkabulksanctymudedesmoi.coinfoing a Broadway career that included performances in Paint Your Wagon and On the Town, Giordano .
  2. Mar 13,  · Gus Giordano, an early and tireless popularizer of American jazz dance who organized the first Jazz Dance World Congress, died on March 9 in Chicago. He was The cause was pneumonia, according.
  3. When Gus and wife Peg opened their Evanston studio in , jazz was the stepchild of vaudeville and popular social dance, not taken as seriously as ballet and modern. Today, thanks partly to Gus’ tireless promoting of jazz dance as a legitimate American art form, that attitude has lost currency. Gus Giordano and his company, early s.
  4. Aug 10,  · Giordano created the Gus Giordano Jazz Technique as well as choreography for everything from TV to stage to film. In addition to impacting countless dancers in his classes and company, Giordano further influenced jazz dance’s reputation with his founding of the first Jazz Dance World Congress in
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Jazz Dance Workout Giordano Technique on Discogs. Label: Orion (5) - LP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Genre: Jazz, Rock, Funk / Soul •/5(3).
  6. Jan 16,  · The Giordano Legacy. Gus Giordano stood at the forefront of jazz technique: a dancer, a master teacher, a renowned choreographer and a company director. He studied with dance greats, including Hanya Holm, Katherine Dunham, Peter Gennaro and Alwin Nikolais, and performed on Broadway.
  7. Gus Giordano has become and institution in the world of dance, particularly jazz dance. The term “jazz dance” dates back to the 's. It is an ever-evolving form of dance since it is more of an artistic movement than an actual, descriptive style. Tap dancing and dances such as the Charleston and Black Bottom all have roots in jazz dance.
  8. From our origins in Gus Giordano’s family-run studio to our current incarnation as a professionally-run organization with over a half-century of worldwide performances (27 countries, 46 states, and more than 1, cities), our imprint on the art form of jazz dance .
  9. Gus Giordano’s contributions to jazz dance are vast and his role in transforming it into a credible American art form cannot be over-emphasized. Gus created the powerful and joyous Giordano Technique, established the Giordano Dance School (), formed Giordano Dance Chicago () (the first dance company devoted to jazz dance), wrote the highly acclaimed and first .

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