Brenda Lynn Siegel is co-founder of IBIT Dance Company. Siegel received her bachelor’s degree in dance and composition from Hampshire College and is the Artistic Director of the Southern Vermont Dance Festival. She has owned and operated Flow Yoga and Dance Programs for 10 years and has taught residencies, classes and workshops at Greenwood School, The Putney School, Brattleboro School of Dance, The dance program at the Windham Regional Career Center, Bellows Falls Middle School, Vermont Academy, Johns Hopkins University and several elementary and middle schools throughout New England. Siegel’s work has been shown at Several Schools throughout New England, Take a Chance and Dance, Baltimore Children’s Theater, Baltimore Public Television, The Putney School and the New England Youth Theater. Siegel’s approach to Modern Dance technique and Composition is a deep exploration of each dancers individual qualities and meticulous attention to breath and body alignment, these qualities combined with a strong grasp on the creative process allow for dancers to explore their full potential in movement.
Felice Wolfzahn, BFA, Julliard School, MFA Bennington College. Felice has been involved with New Dance investigations since 1983. Her formal dance training led her to further investigations into Contact Improvisation, Release technique and Authentic Movement. Felice has been an adjunct dance professor at Mt. Holyoke and Bennington Colleges since 1998 as well as a guest teacher at Amherst, College, SNDO in the Netherlands and many dance centers and colleges in New England as well as in Europe. Her performance work has included collaborations with several wonderful dancers and choreographers including as Nancy Stark Smith, Danny Lepkoff, and Mimi Garrard. She lives in Western Mass with her husband, and dancing daughter, Ella.