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Fredrick Earl Mosley


 Fredrick Earl Mosley was born in Raleigh, NC and began his dance training at the North Carolina School of the Arts. He trained at The Ailey School and Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance in New York. He has performed with Ailey II, Gus Soloman Dance, and Ronald K. Brown Evidence, and has choreographed works for Dallas Black Theater, Edge Works Dance Theater, Ailey II, and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, for which he received critical praise from dance critics and audiences alike. Mr. Mosley has taught at some of the most noted conservatories and institutions of higher learning, among them The Ailey School, University of Oklahoma, University of Kansas City, Wesleyan University; S.U.N.Y. Purchase, Interlochen Center for the Arts, Virginia Commonwealth University, Long Island University, Ohio University, Santa Fe Community College, Yale University, New York University, Tokyo School of Music in Japan, and the Sadler Wells Theater Senior Citizen Ensemble in London. He was named Teacher of the Year by Dance Teacher magazine in 2005. He is the artistic director of the Northwest Regional Workforce Investment program, Life Dance Company - A Vision Reborn, a student-led dance company in Waterbury, CT., and is the founder and Artistic Director of Diversity of Dance, Inc., and the Earl Mosley's Institute of the Arts (EMIA).