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PR & MEDIA

As a not-for-profit, Giordano Dance Chicago depends on reviews and coverage from media partners. Your feedback is invaluable to the promotion and continuation of our organization. 

Last year, GDC made an effort to provide a more digital approach for public relations materials. This year, we will be hosting press kits through our website alongside document distribution from our partners at Carol Fox and Associates.

Please contact press representative Ann Fink of Carol Fox and Associates with any questions or media requests.

DRIVING FORWARD WITH YOUR IMPACT

INFO

ASK FOR: ANN FINK

MEDIA COVERAGE

HARRIS THEATRE FALL SERIES 2023
 

Three Chicago Companies Have Danced Up a Storm: Review

WTTW

Now, on to Giordano Dance Chicago, which is in its 61st season. The concert, bearing the title “Unlimited,” opened with Mia Michael’s rousing “La Grand Futur is Here!”

Giordano Dance Chicago Pays Homage To It's Past While Taking Direct Aim Towards Its Future

SEE CHICAGO DANCE

..audiences everywhere are sure to be left in awe of both the artistry and athleticism that GDC brings to the stage.

Intoxicating! Giordano Dance Chicago at The Harris Theater for Music and Dance

PLAYLIST HQ

The movement is intoxicating and showcases the talents of this great company.

HARRIS THEATRE SPRING SERIES 2023
 

Giordano Dance Chicago Celebrates 60 with Style Old &
New at the Harris

CHICAGO TRIBUNE

Giordano Dance Chicago knows how to mark a milestone, and it’s had more chances than most dance companies. Now in its 60th season,the storied jazz dance company has survived every stone thrown its way, including decades of ups and downs for its artform and a global pandemic.

Dance Celebration a Rocket to Wonderful

CITY PLEASURES

From their pioneering days introducing jazz dance to Chicago in the early 60s, to becoming one of the country’s foremost dance companies today; Giordano Dance Chicago (GDC) was primed and ready for them on the other side.  Commemorating their 60th season of choreographic innovation and dance excellence, Celebrate Giordano looked more like a supremely gifted protégé being freshly introduced to the world than a stolid doyen of the arts.  

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