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Aaron Jensen

Music for Dancers; Music Literature Faculty

Aaron Jensen earned his B.A. in music from Brigham Young University, with previous studies at Utah State University.

Jensen is an Improvisational and classical pianist for modern dance and ballet. He has worked with institutions and studios such as Boston Ballet, Harvard Radcliffe, Emerson College, Ballet Theater of Boston, Green Street Studios and Jeanette Neill. He has accompanied master classes and technique courses directed by current and former company dancers of Paul Taylor, Martha Graham, New York City Ballet, Joffrey Ballet, Jose Limon, Lar Lubovitch, Alwin Nikolais, Murray Louis, Ballet Hispanico, Prometheus, Twyla Tharp, Bill T. Jones, San Fransisco Ballet, Alvin Ailey, Sean Curran, Ballet West and the Repertory Dance Theater, among others.

Jensen teaches music literature for dancers and music fundamentals for dancers at The Boston Conservatory, in addition to accompanying dance technique courses. He currently performs jazz with the Nanette Perrotte Combo.

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