Tanner items your dancer will love year round!
Check the Boutique often for new items
Black or Red Tanner Dance water bottle with 70th year logo and fruit infusion filter. Limited inventory, please contact the Tanner office at 801-581-7374 if you would like to purchase this item. Pick up at Tanner Dance office.
Silver necklace with Tanner Dance Tulip logo. Limited inventory, please contact the Tanner office at 801-581-7374 if you would like to purchase this item. Pick up at Tanner Dance office. .
Gold necklace with Tanner Dance Tulip logo. Limited inventory, please contact the Tanner office at 801-581-7374 if you would like to purchase this item. Pick up at Tanner Dance office.
Tan Cami Leotard - for use under costumes. Limited stock in office.
Sizes: Adult S-L & Youth S-L.
STREAMING AND MEDIA
Media Digital Downloads
Buy or rent any of our past shows from all of our programs including:
Children's Dance Theatre, Studio Programming, Contemporary Companies, Elevate Theater Company, and more!
PHOTOS NOW HOSTED IN ZENFOLIO
Photos from past performances are now available for download! Make sure to check the user guide below to take advantage of our discount codes (up to 50%!) if you are buying multiple pictures.
The following shows currently available: "Earth Notes" (2022), Water & Sand (2022), "Maybe..." (2021), Invention (2021), The Dancing Man (2019), The Magic Lake (2018), Elfwyn's Saga (2017), Gwinna (2016), Crumb and the Pirates (2015), and The Three Questions (2014).
** These pictures will be unavailable on Zenfolio starting January 1, 2023. **
Roots and Wings
Virginia Tanner's Dance Life and Legacy
By Mary-Elizabeth Manley
Contributions by Mary Ann Lee, Robert Bruce Bennett
Roots and Wings recounts Virginia Tanner’s remarkable career as a dance artist, educator, and founder of the University of Utah’s Tanner Dance Program. From her early experiences assisting at Evelyn Davis’s dance school in Washington, D.C., to the creation of the Tanner Dance Program at the University of Utah, her influence in the field was pervasive. She channeled children’s energy, sharpened their senses, and encouraged youthful, authentic dance expression. Tanner’s work endures, continuing to echo with sensitivity and spirit in the bodies of young dancers throughout the United States and abroad.
By revealing both the broader and specific themes of Tanner’s career and legacy, this narrative fills an important void. While exploring Tanner’s story, it also recognizes the value of unique instructional methodologies for teaching dance to young children and the vital role the arts play in children’s lives.
Building Center - The Tanner Dance Documentary
Building Center follows the progression of a new building for Tanner Dance and touches on the history, philosophy, and artistry of Tanner Dance over its 70+ year history.