An on-demand encore presentation of the Program Component Competitive Webinar Series - #4 Composition. Recorded on November 7, 2017.
Webinar - Composition
November 7, 2017
PSA and U.S. Figure Skating are pleased to announce the Program Component Competitive Series, a coach-focused webinar series, covering the criteria for each of the five IJS Program Components.
This 4th installment of our 5 Webinar series, “Composition” will cover the 6 criterion used to evaluate composition as a Program Component. Additionally, we will explore ideas on how to translate these criterion into tangible instruction and examine several examples that express the key concepts.
The Composition Webinar will be hosted by Cindy Stuart and Gale Tanger.
Cindy Stuart is a prominent force in choreography for figure skating both in the professional and amateur ranks. For the last 12 years she has choreographed countless productions for Disney On Ice. Cindy continues to travel among the nine Disney On Ice units touring the world to work and develop the talent that is constantly evolving in each company. Cindy brings that performance quality to the competitive and gala programs she designs for national, world, and Olympic competitors. Clients include Richard Dornbush, Marai Nagasu, Alexa Scimeca Knierim and Chris Knierim, Gracie Gold, Jamie Sale and David Pelletier, Adam Rippon, and Mariah Bell. Cindy is a five-time PSA Choreographer of the Year nominee culminating in a win in 2016. Additionally, she was nominated for the 2016 PSA Sonia Henie award.
Gale Tanger is a past ISU Championship Referee, Judge, Technical Controller, and Official’s Assessment Commission for Singles, Pairs, and Synchronized Skating. She has also served on the Grand Prix Commission and served as an ISU Moderator. Gale was also one of the authors the ISU Component Criteria and support material. She continues as a National Referee, Judge, and Technical Controller and continues her seminar work in the U.S. She presently serves U.S. Figure Skating on the U.S. Hall of Fame Committee, Selections, Memorial Fund, International Officials, Singles, Synchronized, and Technical Panel Committees. Gale is the recipient of the ISU Gold Award of Merit, and is a three-time recipient of the PSA Distinguished Official Award. She recently authored the PSA “Advance Applications of the Program Components” CER IJS 400.
Gale graduated from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and has had a long career in dance education, choreography, and television.
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