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“...vigorously athletic and artistically sculptural..."         - Karen Campbell, Boston Globe


As I stand on the doorstep of BoSoma Dance Company’s 20th Anniversary, I find myself pausing to reflect on what BDC has accomplished. Additionally, it’s impossible not to remember all the amazing dancers that have graced our company to inspire my work along with the work of so many other choreographers that have stepped into our studios over the years. 


Collaboration has been an integral element of BDC’s vision in keeping dance alive through stage performances and educational programming. The inspiring artists and arts organizations that we have collaborated with over the past 20 years have influenced who we've become as a company, motivating us to create thrilling, meaningful work and share experiences that are accessible to the communities around us.


To celebrate this momentous season BoSoma will highlight the past, present, and future of the company, bringing back some fan favorite repertory, as well as premiering some original works. We have many new and exciting things on the horizon, so keep an eye out for more about our 20th Anniversary on our website, social media, and in our emails.


—Katherine Hooper, Artistic Director





For nearly 27 years, choreographer and educator Katherine Hooper has made an indelible mark on the lives of her students, her dancers and her community. As artistic director of BoSoma Dance Company and owner of the BoSoma School of Dance in Hamilton and Georgetown, Massachusetts, her mission has always been clear: to provide a positive, inspiring environment where students, performers and the audience are free to explore dance as a vehicle to learn more about the world around them, to explore their own identity and to approach life, music or art in a different way. READ MORE



The Power of the Performing Arts

We're happy to share that two of our own have taken part in an interview series, The Power of the Performing Arts: Uniting Artists While Apart. Founded by dancer Johanna Kepler of MA, this extensive interview series establishes a platform in which artists can share their stories, create a community, and raise awareness on how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting performing artists. Dancer Julia Sykes' interview can be viewed here, and director Katherine Hooper's here. 

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