Buford Student Plays Significant Role in Recent Brenau University Performances
ATLANTA, GA. (11/09/2012)(readMedia)-- Savannah Rose Marie Long from Buford, Ga., played a significant role in the Nov. 2-3 performances for "An Evening of Dance" at historic Pearce Auditorium on the campus of Brenau University.
Long choreographed for the first time in "An Evening of Dance." Her piece was called Sensible Delirium and featured five dancers. also danced in a piece choreographed by a fellow student. The Brenau sophomore is a dance studies major. Long is the daughter of Mike and Carmen Long of Buford. She is a graduate of Buford High School in Buford.
The program featured dance numbers that were choreographed by both students and professional dance choreographers. The program, one of several dance performances on the campus each year, showcases in a professional venue the individual and group performances and creative work by talented students enrolled in Brenau's undergraduate performing arts program. The 750-seat Pearce Auditorium, which evokes an image of a Victorian-era opera house, is a registered U.S. historical building.
ABOUT BRENAU – Founded in 1878, Brenau University currently enrolls about 2,800 students in graduate and undergraduate programs on campuses and online. The main campus of the Georgia-based liberal arts institution, which includes the Brenau Women's College, is in Gainesville with other campuses in Augusta, Kings Bay and in two metro Atlanta locations, Norcross and Fairburn. Brenau's 2011 ranking as one of the top 15-best higher education values in the Southeast by U.S. News & World Report marks the university's sixth consecutive year in that position for the magazine's America's Best Colleges guidebook. In 2012 Brenau online programs scored high in national rankings by U.S. News, including a No. 9-in-the-nation "Honor Roll" listing for graduate degree tracks in Brenau's College of Education. Brenau University also was granted "Honor Roll" status among the 2012 listings of the great colleges and universities to work for by The Chronicle of Higher Education and one of the best universities in the Southeast by The Princeton Review. Breanu's extraordinary learning environment also was highlighted among the Colleges of Distinction.
Have news to share? Post a free announcement on Buford Patch.