Limón Dance Company completes productive residency at Blair

Limon Dance Company
The Limón Dance Company. Back row (L-R) Artistic Director Dante Puleio, choreographer Kathryn Alter, and Blair School’s Seth Soloway.

The world-renowned Limón Dance Company had a busy and productive time at Vanderbilt, as it readied two new works for the company’s 78th professional touring season. During the two-week residency, members of Limón hosted an outdoor movement class, a Limon 4 Kids session at the Acorn School, and two open rehearsal events, both of which were livestreamed on the Blair School website and social channels. 

Special thanks go to Artistic Director Dante Puleio; Michelle Preston, Executive Director of the Limón Foundation; and everyone with the Limón Company for partnering with Blair on this innovative program. We look forward to sharing updates as the company’s new works are premiered in early 2024.

Limón Dance Company
Limón dancers with choreographer Kathryn Alter (right), during their open rehearsal.


Limón Dance Company at The Acorn School
Dante Puleio, artistic director of Limón Dance Company, leads the Limón 4 Kids session at The Acorn School.

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