"Ms. Pyron's unique choreography seamlessly dives into the
essence of human nature."
-Brian McGinnis, Associate Professor,
Boston Conservatory at Berklee
PYDANCE is a contemporary dance collective created by Asia Pyron featuring her original choreographic works. PYDANCE strives to create an interactive and vibrant atmosphere through the relationship between body and rhythm. The musicality and high energy of Pyron’s choreography present a diverse, versatile way of moving that reveal untold layers of the human experience.
PYDANCE was founded in the city of Boston and has performed at various dance concerts and festivals in the area such as the Boston Contemporary Dance Festival, Onstage 360, and the WinterWorks concert at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee. The collective is currently preparing a new work that will premiere in the show Ex-Moveur, at the Boston Conservatory Theater in January 2020.
Asia Pyron grew up in Atlanta, GA and started dancing at the Spelman College Children’s Dance Theater at the age of seven. In 2012, she moved to Northern Michigan to attend highschool at the Interlochen School of the Arts as a dance major, where she studied under the directorship of Cameron Basden and Joseph Morrissey for four years. In 2016, she continued her dance studies at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee, earning her Bachelor's degree in Contemporary Performance with an emphasis in Dance Composition. During her time in Boston, Asia has performed works by Kate Weare, Darrell Moultrie, Zoe Scofield, and Lukas Timulak. She has attended multiple summer programs and workshops with Alonzo King’s LINES Ballet, Arts Umbrella, Complexions, and Foco Technique under the direction of Yin Yue.