Anna Rogovoy is a choreographer and performer living in Brooklyn, New York.
Her work has been presented at JACK, Triskelion Arts, Movement Research at Eden’s Expressway, The Tank, Vital Joint, and The Cocoon Theatre. She has also been an artist-in-residence and created new work at Bennington College and the Berkshire Choreography Project. Anna was a 2016-2017 commissioned artist for the Oye Group (FKA Brooklyn Gypsies). She is fiscally sponsored through New York Live Arts.
Anna's work is motivated by an interest in the dancing body as an archive and a device for shared experience and mutual understanding.
Anna earned her B.A. from Bennington College (2013). At Bennington she studied release technique, improvisation, composition, Cunningham, ballet, butoh, visual art, and literature. She performed new works by faculty members Terry Creach, Dana Reitz, and Susan Sgorbati, among others.
Anna has also studied gaga, Ohad Naharin’s movement language, since 2010, including a month of research at the Suzanne Dellal Centre in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Through the Merce Cunningham Trust, Anna has danced in several works by Merce Cunningham including Trails, TV Rerun, and Inlets 2.
Anna has over five years of experience teaching ballet and improvisation at various levels. Her ballet classes place emphasis on healthy alignment, complex and delightful musicality, and a full-bodied awareness that supports the contemporary dancer. Anna's improvisation classes draw on her study of gaga as well as somatic practices, using layered imagery to promote an individualized exploration of sensation and effort while connecting to form. She has taught workshops and open classes at Bennington College, The Cocoon Theatre, and Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival.