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Autumn Dziegrenuk


Originally from Rothsville in Lancaster County, PA, Autumn Dziegrenuk studied at Silver Spring Dance Conservatory. Autumn graduated Summa Cum Laude from Temple University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance and an Honors Program Certificate. While at Temple University, Autumn danced in Paul Taylor's "Esplanade", Cornelius Carter's "We Shall Not Be Moved", and was cast as a soloist in Jose Limon's "There is a Time", in addition to many other works. Upon graduation, she received the BFA Graduating Senior Scholar Award, given to one student each year for overall academic excellence. Autumn's self-portrait oil painting won the Faculty Award in the Temple University Student Art Show in 2004. Autumn completed John White's Vaganova teaching seminars for ballet (levels 1-3 and 4-6) and has taught at the Pennsylvania Academy of Ballet, The Performing Arts Institute of Wyoming Seminary, Bryn Mawr College and was adjunct faculty for Temple University’s Department of Dance. Autumn has been a guest teacher for Princeton University and Rider University’s Dance Ensemble. Autumn has danced for The AcoMpanY Dancers, Amanda Diorio Dance Company, Eclipse Dance Company, Amy Berger and was a company member for Opus 1 Contemporary Dance for many years. Autumn has also danced professionally for Wayne Ballet Theater, Rebecca Malcolm-Naib, and Bryan Koulman Dance Company. 
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