Alexis Robbins

Alexis Robbins
Genres
  • Dance
Instruments
  • Dance

Alexis Robbins is a choreographer, teaching artist, and dancer originally from Wakefield, RI. She graduated magna cum laude from Hofstra University with a B.A. in Dance and a B.S. in Exercise Science. She has been an adjunct professor at Hofstra University teaching tap and has taught tap, contemporary, and jazz at several studios and guest workshops in NYC and New England. Since relocating to New Haven, CT, Robbins has introduced rhythm tap dance to New Haven by offering weekly, affordable drop in adult classes, as well as jams with live music, for beginner and intermediate dancers which has gained a wide range of attendance from the community. She has performed as a soloist at the Ely Center for Contemporary Art, the Friday Pop Up Series on the New Haven Green produced by the Proprietors of the Green, and events produced by the New Haven Jazz Underground. Robbins is also the Artistic Director of kamrDANCE, her project based tap and contemporary dance company. kamrDANCE has performed at venues across the East coast, including the Southwest Arts Center (GA), Arlington Center for the Arts (MA), Hudson Guild Theater, Triskelion Arts, Actors Fund Arts Center, Dixon Place, SMUSH Gallery (NJ), Center for Performance Research, Highline Ballroom, Symphony Space, AS220 (RI), the Transit Museum in Downtown Brooklyn, and more. kamrDANCE has self produced two dance films which have been screened in New York, New Jersey, Texas, and Bergen, Norway. Most recently, Robbins was selected to create a new dance film for One Day Dance Season Two and was a commissioned choreographer through Artspace New Haven for City Wide Open Studios and the International Festival of Arts and Ideas. For more information go to www.kamrdance.com