Meet the Faculty: Nana Tsuda

Nana Tsuda was born and raised in Japan and moved to New York. She has danced with TAKE Dance (2004-12), Robert Wood Dance, Kazuko Hirabayashi Dance Theater, Multimedia Theatrical Production “The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle,” a novel by Haruki Murakami, Dis/Oriented: Antonioni in China by Yin Mei, Adams Company Dance, Christopher Williams, Mina Nishimura, and others. She was one of a dance quartet in Peter Sellars’ five Golden Mask Award-winning new opera “The Indian Queen” and was a collaborator for the multimedia production, “In The Box,” directed by nissy and choreographed and performed with composer John King, Hideki Kato, and video artist Ursula Scherrer. She has also performed in a performative installation of sound, light, and movement, “Amorphous IV” at Roulette, taught and choreographed for Randolph College. Nana has studied at The Ailey School, Merce Cunningham Studio, Summer International Program in Spain, and many more. She studies Klein Technique with Susan Klein.