Andrew Jannetti

Andrew Jannetti, MA is based in New York City and has had a distinguished career as a choreographer, dancer, educator, fitness instructor, and producer. Throughout his career he has presented work at DTW, St. Marks’s Danspace, 92nd Street Y, Alvin Ailey Center, The Duke, DIA, BAX, Cunningham, DUMBO Dance Festival, CoolNY Festival, ADG Festival, NY International Dance Festival, as well as venues throughout the U.S. and Europe. He’s been awarded grants from NYSCA, NJSCA, MCAF, Meet The Composers, the Field, and Harkness Center as well as a BAXten award, aPASEtter award, and the Dani Nikas Excellence in Teaching Award for his work with NYC youth. He has been an adjunct professor at Montclair State University and NYU Gallatin and is currently employed full time as a Dance Educator by the NYC Department of Education and at the Brooklyn Arts Exchange as the Director of their school breaks programs. He is a facilitator for the new NYC DOE borough-wide Arts Mondays for Queens North and is on the DELTA team of dance presenters for the citywide professional development for dance educators. In addition to his Adjunct position at Mason Gross, Rutgers, he is an Adjunct Professor at St. Francis College in Brooklyn. He is the current Past-President of the New York State Dance Education Association (NYSDEA).