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Judith Ann Conte

Teaching Professor In Dance

Carnegie Mellon University

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Carnegie Mellon University

5000 Forbes Avenue

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,15213

United States

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Carnegie Mellon (www.cmu.edu) is a private, internationally ranked research university with programs in areas ranging from science, technology and business, to public policy, the humanities and the arts. More than 13,000 students in the university's seven scho...more

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www.thedancing.com

Judith Conte, a teaching professor in dance at Carnegie Mellon University's school of drama, said that athletes can take direction.
Ms. Conte said dancers are "unsung athletes ... because we train our bodies, our musculature to be able to repeat certain kinds of physical tasks that need to come naturally after you've repeated it so many times, so you almost don't have to think about it."


www.thedancing.com

Judith Conte, a teaching professor in dance at Carnegie Mellon University's school of drama, said that athletes can take direction.
Ms. Conte said dancers are "unsung athletes ... because we train our bodies, our musculature to be able to repeat certain kinds of physical tasks that need to come naturally after you've repeated it so many times, so you almost don't have to think about it."


www.postgazette.com

Judith Conte, a teaching professor in dance at Carnegie Mellon University's school of drama, said that athletes can take direction.
Ms. Conte said dancers are "unsung athletes ... because we train our bodies, our musculature to be able to repeat certain kinds of physical tasks that need to come naturally after you've repeated it so many times, so you almost don't have to think about it."


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Jerry Dantry played, Judy Conte (who taught Rob at CMU) choreographed and Jason Coll handled the video (including a funny 1982 sequence of Rob in "Rachinoff" at CMU).


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Jerry Dantry played, Judy Conte (who taught Rob at CMU) choreographed and Jason Coll handled the video (including a funny 1982 sequence of Rob in "Rachinoff" at CMU).


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