ABOUT KEELY SONG
Keely Song Glenn is an Assistant Professor of Dance at Brigham Young University and a Certified Laban Movement Analyst. She received her MFA in dance from The University of Iowa and was awarded the prestigious Dean’s Graduate Fellowship. Previously, she graduated from Interlochen Arts Academy and after high school received her B.A. in dance education from Brigham Young University.
While in Ohio, Ms. Glenn was the recipient of the Individual Arts Excellence Award in Choreography presented by the Ohio Arts Council and the Gravity’s Ripple III Choreographic Residency Award sponsored by the Dublin Arts Council and OhioDance. She was also the recipient of three Greater Columbus Arts Councils Artists Grants and a dance educator with Balletmet.
As a teacher, Keely enjoys working with diverse populations and has taught in inner city public schools, summer dance intensives across the nation, and universities.
As an independent movement designer she plays with the idea of the absurd and the familiar to create accessible works for the child and the adult. She is a technical fusionist blending urban arts, classical stylization, and athleticism into her choreography. Her passion for the arts and her family is currently leading her to explore new ways of using technology and the Internet to make, perform, and teach dance.