Torrey Pines dancers present ‘Expression Session 2012’

Torrey Pines High School dancer Tara Aftahi

Expression Session 2012, the year-end performance of the award-winning Torrey Pines High School dance department, is set for 7 p.m. June 9 in the school gym.

Dancers will present pieces from an array of styles including hip hop, lyrical, jazz and modern. The program includes choreography from students and professionals.

This year’s Expression Session includes performances by the Torrey Pines High School orchestra and drum line.

Also set for display are the paintings of student Aryan Seyedin and alumni Gran Nasto and Derek Disney.

“Whether it’s dancing, music or visual arts, we have great talent at Torrey Pines,” said Sarah Kaye, director of dance, “and all of it will be on display at the Expression Session.”

Tickets cost $5. To learn more about Torrey Pines Dance, call (858) 755-0125 or visit www.tpdanceonline.com.

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