Gerson Lanza has as much rhythm in his little toe as any top percussionist—and we mean that quite literally. Through his fancy footwork the Honduran dancer and choreographer can tell a story. Whether performing alongside spoken-word artists, musicians, or other dancers, his intricate moves are evocative and captivating.
Lanza began his training under Omar Edwards at his Harlem Tap studio and has since completed residencies at Lincoln Center and Jacob's Pillow. Lanza is currently pursuing his MFA in Dance Performance Studies at the University of Maryland.
Sponsored by Dale Rosenthal and Michael Cutler♪ & Linda and Van Hubbard