DANCER. CHOREOGRAPHER. INSTRUCTOR.
Clench, draws inspiration from personal life experiences. The feeling of truly participating in each moment life has to offer is captured in the soloist’s movement.
A group piece, draws from creating within an unexpectedness and a release from reality. The thrill of the repetitive commotion takes the dancers on a powerful journey to reach intensification.
Improvisation in the Precipitation
A collaboration with videographer Marcus Ward. Kamsaha-Media Productions.
THIS IS WHERE WE ARE
First undergraduate choreography tackles the feeling of not being able to be somewhere physically and having to be content with where you are in this moment.
Featured in the Ohio Dance Festival.
A compilation of all undergraduate pieces from 2014-2017.
Lexi Lombardi is a recent 2017 graduate of Ohio University where she received her Bachelors Degree of Fine Arts in Dance Performance and Choreography. After training for fifteen years at Triplett Dance Academy she is disciplined in styles such as ballet, jazz, contemporary, modern, hip-hop, tap, pointe, African, and musical theater. She has worked with distinguished artists such as Christy McNeil Chand, Travis Gatling, Jesse Keller, Kaitlin Webster, LaCeda Nelson, Lara Branen, Doug Nielson, and original Alwin Nikolis dancer Gladys Bailin-Stern. Currently she is an apprentice for Interweave Dance Theater located in Boulder, Colorado. While at OU, summers were spent at Point Park University International Summer Dance Intensive as well as Boulder Jazz Dance Workshop. In 2015 Lombardi's choreography was featured in the Ohio Dance Festival. She spent her junior and senior year as the Level II Jazz Dance Instructor and Introduction to Ballet Dance Instructor for the Division of Dance at Ohio University. At the Ashland Youth Ballet in Kentucky, she did a residency where she choreographed a modern production piece with over forty dancers. Lexi Lombardi is the recipient of the Fine Arts Talent Scholarship and the J. Langdon Taylor Endowment.
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