Teddy Tedholm is widely recognized as one of the most exciting new talents in dance. The unique style of movement and obvious love of dance that mark his noteworthy performances have also made Teddy Tedholm a widely sought-after choreographer and teacher. For several years, Teddy has traveled the United States assisting major choreographers including Billy Larson, Erica Sobol and Emily Shock. He has taught at studios throughout the country, and is currently on faculty at Broadway Dance Center in New York City and Millennium Dance Complex in Philadelphia. In Los Angeles, Teddy is a member of Erica Sobol's collidEdance company and is also guest faculty at Edge Performing Arts Center.
In 2013, Teddy graduated with honors from the University of the Arts, under the direction of Donna Faye Burchfield. While in Philadelphia he produced much of his own work, to great reviews. These achievements also led to him being awarded the University of the Arts’ Stella Moore Prize for Four Years of Outstanding Achievement. In 2014, he was nominated for a World Dance Award in the category of Best Choreography Concert/Live Performance and chosen as a finalist in the Capezio ACE Awards. He currently resides in New York City where he produces his own work. His work has been described as “hip, whimsical and endearing, understated without a lot of bravura, but so entertaining. (Wet Paint)”
Master Classes are $35 each.
Friday September 23 Intermediate 8:00-9:30 pm (HCJC Company members only)
Saturday September 24 Advanced 10:00-11:30 (HCJC Company members only)
Teddy will be setting choreography on select company dancers Saturday and Sunday after master classes.