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Welcome to the Southern Vermont Dance Festival!  Takes place July 14th - July 17th with 100 classes, 3 Gala performances, Informal performances, Dozens of Community Events, Meet and Greets and Receptions and Dinner at Rudyard Kiplings house and much more.  Purchase your tickets on Eventbrite and have access to your own Vermont Dance Adventure.
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Audra Carabetta & Brian Crabtree

The Crabtree Carabetta Collective
Boston, Massachusetts
Brian Crabtree has been dancing and making dances for nearly forty years in New York, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Boston, and his beloved hometown of Portland, Me. For eight years he was a member of Ram Island Dance Co. under the direction of Daniel McCusker. He studied dance and composition with teachers including June Finch, Dan Wagoner, Viola Farber, Margaret Jenkins, and Mark Morris. Since moving to Boston in 1994, he has danced in projects with choreographers Caitlin Corbett, Ruth Birnberg, Jody Weber, and Daniel McCusker. He has received support for his own work from Dance Umbrella. Crash Arts, Boston Center for the Arts, The Cambridge and Somerville Arts councils, and Ram Island Dance.

Audra Carabetta holds an MFA in dance from Smith College and a BFA in dance from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She has been dancing, teaching and choreographing in the Boston area since the late 90’s. Audra has been on faculty at Amherst College, Smith College, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Bridgewater State College, Holy Cross College, Tufts University, Ballet Arts Center of Winchester and Annemarie’s Dance Center. She has had the pleasure of performing with choreographers and companies such as: Across The Ages Dance Project, Brian Crabtree and Dancers, Lorraine Chapman The Company, Daniel McCusker Dance Project, Marcus Schulkind, Weber Dance, the Ken Pierce Baroque Dance Company and The Boston Early Music Festival. Choreographically, she has received attention via awards and grants, and her works have been presented at various venues throughout New England, New York and Virginia.