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Corinne Blum's Blog

Readers may browse through all of Corinne's blog postings by reviewing her complete archives here.

Corinne Blum is a professional actor, dancer, dance instructor and choreographer. She graduated from the Marin Dance Theatre, performed with the San Francisco Ballet from 1998 to 2002, and has been honored with prestigious awards from the NFAA and the USA IBC.

As choreographer, Corinne continues creating new works, many of which are highly acclaimed, such as Romeo & Juliet, a Fire Ballet, Expanding the Grid, and On Two Feet. She is also founder of Next Movement Dance. Reviewers have rated Corinne's art as "the most musical and deeply moving of the new generation of choreographers" and "aggressively contemporary in a William Forsythian vein." Corinne's acting credits include roles in the feature film Rent (2005), directed by Christopher Colombus, the theater production of Tape, by Stephen Belber, and Duende, a short film by Michael Locicero. She received rave reviews for her performance in Berkeley Repertory Theatre's Fete de la Nuit.

Corinne has described her life,

My goal is to take everything in life, the many spectrums of existence, its ugliness and its beauty, its suffering and its joy, and transform these to create healing and beauty. Life will do everything to destroy your soul, art will remind you that you have one.
She welcomes mail at nextmovementdance at gmail dot com. We are happy that Corinne takes the time to write. You can view Corinne's complete historical blog archives here.

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