Asia Pyron: Choreographer
What Moves You?
“Music and Storytelling.”
Asia Pyron grew up in Atlanta, GA and started dancing at the Spelman College Children’s Dance Theater at the age of seven. In 2012, she moved to Northern Michigan to attend highschool at the Interlochen School of the Arts as a dance major, where she studied under the directorship of Cameron Basden and Joseph Morrissey for four years. In 2016, she continued her dance studies at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee, earning her Bachelor’s degree in Contemporary Performance with an emphasis in Dance Composition. During her time in Boston, Asia has performed works by Kate Weare, Darrell Moultrie, Zoe Scofield, and Lukas Timulak. She has attended multiple summer programs and workshops with Alonzo King’s LINES Ballet, Arts Umbrella, Complexions, and Foco Technique under the direction of Yin Yue. Dance Composition is a big part of her artistic development as an artist.
Asia has choreographed and performed multiple pieces for dance events and programs such as the Boston Contemporary Dance Festival, Onstage 360, the Cambridge Rindge and Latin School, and the Boston Conservatory at Berklee Winter Works Concert. Recently, Asia is doing a Marketing Internship with the Midday Movement Series Program, directed by Melissa Molinar. As an emerging teacher, she also teaches her choreography for Midday as a Midday Shuffle Teacher. She is also training as a 305 fitness instructor. Asia has danced with Contemporary companies in the Boston area such as Dance VLA, the Boston Dance Theater, and with local choreographer Heather Stewart. She has performed at venues such as the Institute of Contemporary Art of Boston and the Huntington Theater. Asia is currently finishing her senior year at the conservatory and resides in Boston, MA. www.asiapyron.com
Asia is a finalist in the International Online Dance Competition and there’s a voting system to determine the winner. Please support and vote for PYDANCE here.
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