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2021

SDG – Quarterly Conversation – # 2 – June 19, 2021

Join me on Facebook LIVE for Pan African on Saturday, May 1, 4-5pm PST and Ka Hula on Wednesday May 5, 6-7pm PST in honor of Bay Area Dance Week. Whether you’ve attended classes or not, come and feel the rhythm of the African Diaspora and the calm breeze of the Hawaiian islands in Ka Hula. 
ALL FOR FREE! 
 
What you’ll need: 
Comfortable clothes
Water
An area to move around in
and most important
YOURSELF! 
 
All you need to do is let us know you’re coming show up on the Move: Spirit & Rhythm page.
 
See this Saturday. 
 

 

Evenings of Dance in Westchester

 

We invite you to Evenings of Dance in Westchester, a series of performances created by renowned choreographer Carole Alexis for Ballet des Amériques, the Westchester-based dance company that is quickly making a name for itself on the global stage. Featuring pieces from the company’s eclectic repertoire as well as new works, these Evenings are sure to delight dance aficionados, casual fans and those new to the art, revealing the brilliance of truly original choreography performed by spirited dancers.

April 17th at 5:30pm and at 7:30pm
April 18th at 2pm and at 4pm
May 15th at 5:30pm and at 7:30pm
May 16th at 2pm and at 4pm

Advance ticket purchase and registration is required, as audience size will be very limited for each performance. Please go to www.balletdesameriques.company/tickets to purchase your tickets and register. Temperature checks at the door and the wearing of masks are mandatory. With 28 live performances over the course of the season so far, Ballet des Amériques is a leader in providing safe environments for audiences and performers alike.

For further information about this series, please write to info@balletdesameriques.com or call 718-309-0437

Evenings of Dance in Westchester are made possible in part by a grant from ArtsWestchester with support from the Westchester County Government, by our generous donors and by Atout France/Martinique Tourism Authority.


 

 

2020

Event:              San Pedro ♥ Festival of the Arts 2020

                        A free family Virtual event this year featuring DANCE

Where:                        ON LINE AT vimeo.com/showcase/sanpedroartsfest (USA and Worldwide)

                        or         www.lachoreographersanddancers.org DIRECT FREE CLICK ON TAB AT TOP

When:             Sept 19 and 20, 2020- open for two weeks through Oct 4.

Admission:      FREE

Website:          triartSP.com

About:             19 Curated diverse dances from 17 companies & studios: Akomi Dance, Alán L. Pérez, Barkin/Selissen Project, Brittany Woo, Cathartic Art, Degas Dance Studio, Emergence Dance Company, Emergent Dance Company, Jose Costas Contempo Ballet, Kairos Dance Company, Louise Reichlin & Dancers/LA Choreographers & Dancers, Mixed eMotion Theatrix, Pranamya Suri, Re:borN Dance Interactive, San Pedro City Ballet, Tonia Shimin, WestMet Classical Training + scenes of San Pedro.

Special feature:            Each piece will have a short introduction by the Artist, or an interview with Reichlin, or a short verbal introduction. Both programs are individual, with Program One/ Sept 19 seeming a little more family driven with dances created before the Pandemic, and Program Two/ Sept 20, a little more intense in subject matter, mostly with dances made during the Pandemic, but both with a diverse range. 

Sizzle reels: https://vimeo.com/457183953 (program one), https://vimeo.com/457185142 (program two)

Louise Reichlin, Festival Executive Producer & Dance Director     213-385-1171 info louisehr@LAChoreographersAndDancers.org

Teacher Certification In
ISADORA DUNCAN TECHNIQUE
Now Offered Online!
Teacher Training Open House
This free event via ZOOM is your opportunity to meet Artistic Director
Lori Belilove and ask all your questions
Register Now!
Wednesday April 22nd, 2020 from 6:00- 7:00pm EST
Meeting ID provided after registration
Save your spot by emailing: becky@isadoraduncan.org
Online Teacher Training Workshop
 
May 24th – 28th, 2020
Join us for the first Online Teacher Training Workshop offered by The Isadora Duncan Dance Foundation.
 
The workshop is 5 days of training via ZOOM and other online platforms, and includes Isadora Duncan technique classes with Lori Belilove and senior company members, teacher training seminars, video screenings, observation of our online children’s classes, curriculum study, a virtual Metropolitan Museum of Art tour, lectures, discussions, closing circle and networking.
 
This workshop directly follows our celebrations of Isadora’s 143rd Birthday!
More details to come! If interested in registering contact
And keep dancing with us…
Livestream Classes on Instagram
 
Join us online for our Donation-based Isadora Duncan Technique Classes Livestreaming on Instagram taught by Senior Company Member Emily D’Angelo.
Wednesdays at 12pm EST
Saturdays at 2pm EST
Some one-on-one time…
 
Private Lessons Available
Interested in some Private ZOOM classes? We can arrange solo or small group lessons in Isadora Duncan Technique.
 
Email becky@isadoraduncan.org for more details
Teacher Training Testimonials
“Lori Belilove trains beautiful Duncan dancers—any dancer serious about teaching and performing Isadora Duncan’s works should consider this certification program. My training under Lori’s mentorship has led me to teaching in a range of contexts, including private studios, festival workshops, and university residencies. As a performance coach, Lori is detailed and exacting, facilitating dancers’ discovery of nuance in musicality and qualities of weight, and encouraging dancers to experience freedom within the sculptural form of Duncan’s dances.”
— Meg Brooker, MFA, is Assistant Professor & Director of Dance at Middle Tennessee State University and Artistic Director of Duncan Dance South, a founding organizer of Isadora Duncan International Symposium, and a former company dancer with Lori Belilove & Company. She holds an Advanced Certification in Duncan Technique and Repertory, under the mentorship of Lori Belilove.
 
“Prior to this experience I only knew about Isadora in the context of a dance history lesson, and the process of not only uncovering this rich history but seeing it and feeling it fully alive and breathing in today’s world has been immensely rewarding. Belilove is a masterful educator and brings incredible knowledge and sensitivity to her classes. Her approach to Duncan is inquisitive and inviting, and the total experience has reaffirmed for me that both movement and education flourish in a joyous, creative setting.”
– Becky Allen, MFA, MA in Dance Education, is a company dancer with Lori Belilove & The Isadora Duncan Dance Company and works for The Isadora Duncan Dance Foundation, managing Educational Programming in addition to assisting and teaching Duncan dance classes. She is also a Teaching Artist with New York City Ballet and founder of LatticeWorks Dance Collective.
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2021

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2020

PERFORMANCE CONTACT: LOUISE REICHLIN, (213) 385-1171

WHAT: Los Angeles Choreographers & Dancers presents
Louise Reichlin & Dancers 4 streamed pieces from “Urban and Tribal Dances”: “Batida”, “Remembrance”, “Together”, “Alone 2020”

 
WHEN: Streamed free December 15-31, 2020 from a new recording at the Ivy Substation
ABOUT: Four of the six ‘Urban and Tribal Dances” reimagined for 2020 and streaming
ADMISSION: FREE    
Made possible in part by the City of Culver City and its Cultural Affairs Commission, with support from Sony Pictures Entertainment and the Culver City Arts Foundation.
INFORMATION: (213) 385-1171 or louisehr@lachoreographersanddancers.org

WEB SITE: http://www.LAChoreographersAndDancers.org

Louise Reichlin & Dancers, a performing company of Los Angeles Choreographers & Dancers, will be streaming three reimagined sections of her critically acclaimed 1990-92 work Urban and Tribal Dances recorded for this at the Ivy Substation in Culver City plus a new filmic version of Alone 2020. Although live audiences are still not allowed, these four will be shown FREE on the company’s channel Vimeo.com/showcase/urbanandtribaldances. Louise Reichlin is Director/Choreographer, with costumes by Linda Borough and media created by Audri Phillips when Remembrance was revised in 2012. Dancers include Jill Elaine Collins, Coree McKee Gonzalez, Corrina Gemignani, Eve Metsäranta, Danny Guerrero, Katelyn Martin, and Kohl Lewis. Each section will be updated, and although the work was highly praised when first done, each work has added elements that make the whole timely, current, controversial, and moving. Besides the four dances, a section of conversations with the artists about the pieces are also part of the showing.

Thank you! 

Louise Reichlin

Director

Louise Reichlin and Dancers/ Los Angeles Choreographers & Dancers

Executive Producer & Dance Director

San Pedro ♥ Festival of the Arts 

213.385.1171

LA C&D presents soulful, imaginative dance works that takes audience members on their own journey of self-discovery.

Please send all replies to: louisehr@lachoreographersanddancers.org

Louise Reichlin

Director

Louise Reichlin and Dancers/ Los Angeles Choreographers & Dancers

Executive Producer & Dance Director

San Pedro ♥ Festival of the Arts 

213.385.1171

LA C&D presents soulful, imaginative dance works that takes audience members on their own journey of self-discovery.

Please send all replies to: louisehr@lachoreographersanddancers.org

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DON’T MISS OUT!
Tuesday, January 14, 8-9 pm
Bring that amazing energy and let’s have fun! 

Below you will also find other upcoming styles of dance classes! 

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Save these dates and come dance with us!  
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2019

Dear Folk Dancing Friends,

The Moveable Feet invites you to our annual Pre-Kolo Festival dance workshop on Saturday, November 23, 2019, with fabulous teachers Katherine Abbott and Adony Beniares and party with live music provided by the versatile Zabava International, playing music from the Balkans with a sprinkling of international folk dances. All Saints’ Episcopal Church, 555 Waverley St., Palo Alto. 

6:45 pm: Doors open

7-8 pm: Workshop with Adony teaching Primavera en Salonica (Sephardic Greek) and Tallava (Albanian Kosovo Club dance), both by Steve Kotansky, and Katherine teaching Zapil se Stojan by Ventzi Sotirov. Adony will serve as MC.

8-11 pm: Dance party with Zabava International with Bill Cope (accordion, gajda, tambura…), Michele Simon (vocals & percussion), Tom Farris (guitar & tambura), and Simmy Willeman (violin). Remember to tip the band generously, especially when you request your special dances.

Attached at bottom is Zabava’s playlist. The green column shows the party’s scheduled dances. Those in the orange column can be requested for tips during the evening.  

Kafana with beverages provided by the Moveable Feet and snacks by everyone’s contributions (thank you!). Parking on the street or in the city parking lots is free. If you know you are joining us, let us know (Lucy at LucySChang@gmail.com or Karen at kbegonia@me.com) by Wednesday, Nov. 20, and Susan will make a badge for faster signing in. Club Leaders: Kindly invite your dancers, thank you. See attached flier for more information. 

Add to your calendar: 

Saturday, December 14, 2019 – Second Harvest Fundraiser Party with quick and fun teachings by Sandra Biroc (Sukacko) and Craig Blackstone (Ela Mi Velice); First Baptist Church, 305 N. California Ave., Palo Alto; 3-7 pm. Free with donations of unexpired cans, dry goods, or checks to Second Harvest of Silicon Valley.

Tuesday, December 31, 2019 – New Year’s Eve Potluck Dinner (6:30-7:30 pm) and All-Request Folk Dance Party (7:30 pm – 12:30 am); All Saints’ Episcopal Church, 555 Waverley St., Palo Alto, Co-MCs Loui Tucker and Lucy Chang. 

The Moveable Feet Team,

Adony, Clem, Chris, Dan, Karen, Kevin, Laurie, Lesley, Lothar, Lucy, Marina, Michael, Richard, Sandra, Sriparna, Susan, and Ulrike

FLYER 2019

 
ATTENTION WORSHIP ARTS AND CREATIVE ARTS ARTIST!
 
IT’S TIME FOR SKILLFUL WORSHIPERS TO GROW IN HIGHER A DIMENSION!!!
 
Psalms Dance and Creative Arts Network 
Host their Annual Dominion Creative Arts Conference in San Diego, CA.

“Prophets, Kings, & Priests”

November 7-9, 2019  

   

 

DOMINION WORSHIP ARTS CONFERENCE
“Prophets, Kings, and Priests”
Hosted by Psalms Dance and Creative Arts Network, Inc.
 
San Diego, CA – November 7-9, 2019
 
Location: Doubletree by Hilton Hotel  
1515 Hotel Circle South, San Diego, CA  92108 
 
Worship Arts, Dance, Creative Artist, Singers, Musicians, Prophetic Ministry, Choirs, Praise Teams, Pastors, Leaders and Ministers!
(Classes and Workshops for Children, Youth and Adults)
 
 
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                                                     ***SCHEDULE***
 
Thursday, 11/7  7pm – Royal Greeting 
 
Friday, 11/8  8am – Classes, Workshops and Exhibits
12:30pm – Graduation/Awards    
7pm – Prophets, Kings & Priests Worship Encounter with special guest, Worship Artist Pastor Phil Tarver (formally of Shakeniah Glory)
 
Saturday, 11/9  8am – Classes, Workshops and Exhibits 
 12:30pm – Free Lunch/Special Presentations (@ Telcote Park – Free Bus Ride) 
4pm Worship Arts Concert with Special Guests 
 
 
 
 
Hotel Accommodations:  
 Doubletree by Hilton Hotel 1515 Hotel Circle South, San Diego, CA  92108   
Nightly rate $139.00
Parking rate (daily) $8.00 
 
Hotel Discount Code Dominion Creative Arts (619) 881-4708
 
Dominion Needs YOU!
Volunteers – Vendors – Photographers – Videographers
~ Contact Us today ~  
 
 
For More Information, Please Call 
 
Psalms Dance & Creative Arts Network, Inc., a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, that has been in existence for over 10 years and we continue to expand our programs to accommodate the needs  of our community, through Arts and Education! Each year, we reach over 300 children, youth and young adults in Los Angeles and surrounding cities. Through the Arts, we have been able to teach, train and empower them with over 25 classes and workshops! This year, our goal is to reach over 500 
 

 

2020

 

2021

7th Annual International Congress On Dance Research Studies

Hallandale Beach, Miami, Florida, USA

November 10th — 14th, 2021

Dear. Colleagues & Friends,

You are cordially invited to our 7th Annual International Congress on Dance Research to be held in Hallandale Beach, Florida USA.

Nov 10th—14th, 2021

The program includes: Scientific Dance Research papers, lectures, workshops, exhibitions and live dance performances. This unique event is opened to all professional that are interested in presenting their work on the art of dance:

Presentations are welcomed by Lecturers that specialize in Cultural Studies, the History and the Sociology of Dance, Choreographers, Dance Therapists and Anthropologist.

Performances are welcomed by: Soloists, Duos and Dance Companies.

(3-10- minutes long.)

The congress is organized by the HALLANDALE SECTION OF CID-UNESCO, in collaboration with the Executive Secretariat of the CID at UNESCO, Paris.

It is placed under the auspices of the municipality of the city of Hallandale, the Broward County Division of Cultural Affairs, the National UNESCO Commission as well as the board of County Commissioners.

Prof: Alkis Raftis will attend 

Your Participation & Support Confirmation by October 15th, 2021

Registration/Participation’s Fee $100

 

Friday’s Film projection and Gala dinner Dance & Shows at Club Tropical Ballroom.

211 SE 1set Ave, Hallandale Beach, FL 33009

Call Francois +1- 954-708-5099

Or Email us: hallandalesectioncid@gmail.com

Visit us: http://www.cidhallandale.org

We are looking forward to your participation and support!

Hallandale Section of CID UNESCO Inc is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization

The International Dance Council CID is the official organization for all forms of dance in all countries of the world.- Its members are the most prominent federations, associations, schools, companies and individuals in more than 176 countries.- CID was founded in 1973 within the UNESCO headquarters in Paris, where it is based. UNESCO is the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

954-708-5099

 

 

 


2020

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2019

December 4th-8th 2019 @Renaissance @SeaWorld – Orlando,FL
First time in US mainland performing Anna Kovalova & Shinsuke Kanemitsu!
Here are only a few reasons why dancers call it
America’s premier dancesport championships
 
1.   Warm and friendly atmosphere
2.   Sensational high-tech lighting 
3.   Timeless ballroom décor
4.   Cheerful spectators
5.   Passionate and caring staff
6.   The best high energy dance music (new albums by Dance Beat & Music Mills)
7.   Sea@World across the street of the hotel
8.   Minutes from Walt Disney World and Universal Studios
9.   Experience the magic of Christmas in Florida
10. Teachers Pot of Gold!
11.  Generous prizes and beautiful handcrafted awards
12.  World Class Judges
13. Best dance floor, big and comfortable.
14. Great show, parties, entertainment throughout entire week.

2019

 

Dear Dance History Teachers Discussion Group,
 
The DHTDG will be meeting at the upcoming Dance Studies Association annual meeting in Evanston, IL.  I’m looking forward to seeing you all and meeting new faces as well.  Here are the details:
 
Date and Time: Thurs, August 8, 2-4 pm
Location: Orrington Hotel, Wheeler Room, 9th floor
 
If you have any topics you are interested in discussing, please send them to the group.  Even if you are unable to attend, please send any questions or thoughts you may have.    
 
Here are some topics I have in mind:
-If only one semester of Dance History is offered at a school, what topics are essential?
-Dance departments are attempting to diversify in many ways.  How can we teach dance history in a more inclusive way?
-Textbook/reading options
-Methods (or specific activities) to incorporate movement into lecture-style classes
 
All Best,
Katy
 

2021

2021

1) Title – NaadPrabha 
 
About – An evening celebrating the cosmic radiance of classical dance and music. 
 
City/Region/Country – Somerset/ New Jersey/ USA 
 
Event tickets link – 
 
Organizer – Pallavi Kathak dance school
 
 
 
 
 
2) Title – ARTicluate 
 
About – On this wonderful occasion of Dasara, Pallavi Kathak is very pleased to announce a movement, an initiative called “ARTiculate” to express your love and support for the arts and its artists – A fundraiser in the loving memory of my grandfather Shri Mahadeo Degwekar who was also a classical vocalist of Gwalior Gharana and always believed in the seva (service) of the arts and the artists. 😊
 
This initiative will raise awareness and provide support for all art forms and their artists, build a quality audience and bring the art community together across the globe. This cannot be possible without you. Your patronage makes all the difference. So, this is my personal request to you all to please support this endeavor and help the arts thrive. 🙏🏻🙏🏻
 
Link to donatehttps://gofund.me/38f2c845
 
Region /Country – New Jersey/ USA 
 
Organizer – Pallavi Kathak
 
 
 

Title – Online Kathak masterclasses summer series.
About – Pallavi Kathak presents online masterclasses summer series for intermediate and advance skill level Kathak students. 
 
Dates: July 7th & 8th; August 17th & 18th.
 
Registrations open now: pallavidegwekar@gmail.com
 
Name of the organizer – Pallavi Degwekar Shaikh
Region/City/Country – New Jersey, USA
 

2021

2021 BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance Summer Intensive
Dates: July 12  – July 16, 2021
Daily Schedule: 11:30 am – 1 pm Technique
                            1:30 pm – 3:30 pm Improvisation + Composition
                            Additional events such as discussions, guest teachers, outings, and more!
Location: Virtual through Zoom or in-person at the Middlebrook Arts Research + Residency Center
Cost: $150 In-Person
          $120 Virtual
          $17 Virtual or In-person Drop-In Class *Please reach out 24 hours in advance for in-person drop-ins so we can plan accordingly*
          $150 Housing Fee, if needed
 
To both register virtually and/or reserve their in-person spots, dancers can email education@bodystoriesfellion.org. All class sessions can be drop-in as needed, or include a full week of enrollment as we work towards building our creation. We do ask that in accordance with our COVID Safety Guidelines, ALL in-person dancers be vaccinated and provide proof of vaccination. If any of your students need financial assistance or would like to inquire about scholarship opportunities, please do not hesitate to reach out. We are open to meeting all participants where they are financially during this time.
 

Carole Alexis Company / Ballet des Amériques
June 19th, 2021 5:00 PM
Gantry Plaza State Park, L.I.C
The Dancing Caravan – Outdoors
We bring the performance to the people outdoors,
under the open sky with the city skyline as a magnificent backdrop.
The company will perform in Long Island City
“Peter and The Wolf” and “Dance Mosaic”
A family experience for all ages.

 

 

 

 

 


2020

December 2020, New York, NY – 

Contact: Hannah DeGarmo

hannah@markdegarmodance.org

212-375-9214

For Immediate Release

Mark DeGarmo Dance Broadcasts its Virtual Salon Performance Series, featuring NYC, U.S., International, Emerging, and BIPOC Performing Artists, on Thursday, January 7, 2021 at 7PM ET on Zoom: a sharing of works-in-progress with a facilitated audience response curated and facilitated by dancer, choreographer, writer, researcher, and Founder, Executive & Artistic Director of MDD 

Dr. Mark DeGarmo.

Thursday, January 7th, 2021 7PM ET on Zoom*

*Zoom Link will be sent to attendees at 4PM ET the day of the performance. If a donation is made after that time, the MDD staff will send the link via email as soon as possible.

Tickets by Donation:

Online: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/virtual-salon-performance-series-january-7th-2021-tickets-131489385291

Paypal: paypal.me/markdegarmodance

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Mark DeGarmo Dance broadcasts its transcultural transdisciplinary Virtual Salon Performance Series to an international audience on Zoom with performances featuring international and emerging performing artists Selim Cizdan (Turkey), Adriane Erdos (NYC), Aigars Larionovs (Latvia), and Makayla Peterson (NYC) on Thursday, January 7th at 7PM ET. Each performance includes an audience feedback session curated and facilitated by Dr. Mark DeGarmo.

Founded in 2010, MDD’s Salon Performance Series provides a curated opportunity to view, engage with, and demystify original dance and movement works-in-progress of guest artists. The 2019-20 season featured 51 artists/performers in 9 salons, the final 3 of which were held virtually on Zoom.  

Mark DeGarmo Dance recognizes the impact of COVID-19 on global artists and our communities and is committed to offering opportunities for artists to share and develop their work, despite and responding to our current circumstances. Through virtual programming and online events, MDD connects the embodied imaginations of the international arts and scholar community.

Dr. Mark DeGarmo curates the series and facilitates audience response sessions during each installment through a critical response process. DeGarmo guides discourse among the artists and audience members and encourages the public to actively participate in the development of original works-in-progress and understanding of dance as a transcultural transdisciplinary art form.

https://markdegarmodance.org

About the Artists

ADRIANE ERDOS is a New York City-based dancer, actor, and choreographer. Her work integrates global theatre, dance, religion, spirituality, myth, and folklore.

AIGARS LARIONOVS is a Latvian-born teacher, choreographer and movement artist. He is an MFA graduate from Florida State University School of Dance and currently based in Riga, Latvia.

MAKAYLA PETERSON is the Brooklyn-based artistic director of her dance collective Monét Movement productions: The Collective, founded in 2020. Her 9-person work-in-progress celebrates the love and unity ingrained in Caribbean culture.

SELIM CIZDAN is a choreographer, teacher and dance artist, from Turkey and currently studying Performing Arts at Istanbul Bilgi University. His work is based in contact improvisation and contemporary dance. He is eager to share his emerging work with NYC, U.S., and global publics.

About Mark DeGarmo Dance Founded in 1987, Mark DeGarmo Dance is a nonprofit organization that educates New York City communities and children; creates, performs, and disseminates original artistic work; and builds intercultural community through dance arts. MDD commits its resources to serving social justice, equity, and equality issues across multiple fronts through dance arts in NYC, the U.S., and internationally.

About Mark DeGarmo Mark DeGarmo, Ph.D., B.F.A. is a New York City-based dancer, choreographer, writer, and researcher. They are Founder, Executive & Artistic Director of Mark DeGarmo Dance, New York City; Dance Director of Crossing Bridges International Artist Residency, Michoacán, Mexico; and an Artist-Scholar with Creative Agency, Australia. Their 2020 publications explore autoethnography during COVID.

https://.markdegarmodance.org, Follow Mark DeGarmo Dance on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter 

We are grateful that this program is supported in part by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of  Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

BdA Press Release: Dancing Caravane Project – La Caravane Dansante

 

Ballet des Amériques/Carole Alexis Company will perform LIVE next Saturday at 3pm at Gantry State Park in LI City, Queens! We’ll be performing an array of spectacular and moving works of a myriad of styles, choreographed by the inventive and ingenious Carole Alexis
 
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to witness a live performance safely.
 
At a time when the doors of most performing arts institutions and theaters remain closed, Ballet des Amériques/Carole Alexis Company is determined to stalwartly soldier on, under the auspices of its staunch, tenacious leader, director, and choreographer, Carole Alexis. For, the visceral emotions and awe-inspiring athleticism of dance do not properly translate virtually. Like most performing arts institutions, Ballet des Amériques/Carole Alexis Company was thrown for a loop by the pandemic. Prior to its emergence, the company was basking in the glow of success from a sold-out international tour to Tropiques Atrium Scène Nationale in Fort-de-France, Martinique, and preparing for its NYC premiere at Symphony Space in Manhattan. It has become the onus of dance institutions to adapt to our present international health crisis and find new, innovative ways to reach audiences. 
 
Ultimately, Ballet des Amériques/Carole Alexis Company has stepped up to that challenge: embarking on its newest mission: to execute an array of performances throughout the NY-metro area, and, ultimately, the nation and world. With outdoor, “pop-up,” mobile shows (including a portable, sprung floor that is already in BdA’s possession), the company aspires to provide affordable, donation-based presentations, with an emphasis on proactive, assertive outreach to and within lower-income areas. Overall, the opportunity to experience live performance during this time is unique and valuable. In our current era—where over 200,000 homes have lost a loved one, and millions are unemployed; experiencing economic insecurity, as the country plunges into another recession—it is salient to provide an avenue for escapism; allowing audience members brief repose from the present chaos in the vein of USO Camp Shows during World War II. Through these widely-accessible displays, audience members—who may have never before seen a professional dance performance—will discover a new appreciation for dance and performing arts in general; buoying much-needed support for the performing arts; generating a new population of theater-goers, cognoscenti, and aficionados. Limbs outstretched and zeal tangible, Ballet des Amériques/Carole Alexis Company’s dancers and Alexis’s poignant choreography relate to themes including peace, love, and diversity, and leave viewers feeling profoundly moved. Thus, with the cleaves/fractures that exist in our present society, performing works with uplifting, consciousness-awakening, and enlivening themes can aid in establishing unity. Performances will be carried out safely, with a commitment to the disease prevention guidelines produces by the CDC. Likewise, enabling professional performers to retain employment when plausible is vital for preserving these artists’ ability to express themselves and engage in their passion while safeguarding their livelihoods.
 

Live Performances by Ballet des
Amériques/Carole Alexis Company

         DATE:
         Mon, 19 Oct 2020 12:37:41 -0400

         FROM:
         Carole Alexis <carolealexis@balletdesameriques.com>

         TO:
         Chloe Wareham-Gordon <chloewarehamgordon@gmail.com>

BdA Press Release: Dancing Caravane Project – La Caravane Dansante

Ballet des Amériques/Carole Alexis Company will perform LIVE next
Saturday at 3pm at Gantry State Park in LI City, Queens! We’ll be
performing an array of spectacular and moving works of a myriad of
styles, choreographed by the inventive and ingenious Carole Alexis

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to witness a live performance
safely.

At a time when the doors of most performing arts institutions and
theaters remain closed, Ballet des Amériques/Carole Alexis Company is
determined to stalwartly soldier on, under the auspices of its staunch,
tenacious leader, director, and choreographer, Carole Alexis. For, the
visceral emotions and awe-inspiring athleticism of dance do not properly
translate virtually. Like most performing arts institutions, Ballet des
Amériques/Carole Alexis Company was thrown for a loop by the pandemic.
Prior to its emergence, the company was basking in the glow of success
from a sold-out international tour to Tropiques Atrium Scène Nationale
in Fort-de-France, Martinique, and preparing for its NYC premiere at
Symphony Space in Manhattan. It has become the onus of dance
institutions to adapt to our present international health crisis and
find new, innovative ways to reach audiences.

Ultimately, Ballet des Amériques/Carole Alexis Company has stepped up
to that challenge: embarking on its newest mission: to execute an array
of performances throughout the NY-metro area, and, ultimately, the
nation and world. With outdoor, “pop-up,” mobile shows (including a
portable, sprung floor that is already in BdA’s possession), the
company aspires to provide affordable, donation-based presentations,
with an emphasis on proactive, assertive outreach to and within
lower-income areas. Overall, the opportunity to experience live
performance during this time is unique and valuable. In our current
era—where over 200,000 homes have lost a loved one, and millions are
unemployed; experiencing economic insecurity, as the country plunges
into another recession—it is salient to provide an avenue for
escapism; allowing audience members brief repose from the present chaos
in the vein of USO Camp Shows during World War II. Through these
widely-accessible displays, audience members—who may have never before
seen a professional dance performance—will discover a new appreciation
for dance and performing arts in general; buoying much-needed support
for the performing arts; generating a new population of theater-goers,
cognoscenti, and aficionados. Limbs outstretched and zeal tangible,
Ballet des Amériques/Carole Alexis Company’s dancers and Alexis’s
poignant choreography relate to themes including peace, love, and
diversity, and leave viewers feeling profoundly moved. Thus, with the
cleaves/fractures that exist in our present society, performing works
with uplifting, consciousness-awakening, and enlivening themes can aid
in establishing unity. Performances will be carried out safely, with a
commitment to the disease prevention guidelines produces by the CDC.
Likewise, enabling professional performers to retain employment when
plausible is vital for preserving these artists’ ability to express
themselves and engage in their passion while safeguarding their
livelihoods.

Photo by Shamsher Dhanoa

PHOTOGRAPHER DAVID JOUARY

Links:
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[1] http://www.balletdesameriques.com/
[2] http://www.bdaconservatory.com/
[3] http://www.facebook.com/BalletdesAmeriques

APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN:

Mark DeGarmo Dance’s

Virtual Salon Performance Series 2020-2021

Apply now via Google Form: https://forms.gle/Ns6KfavbAjkR26fLA Deadline: August 1st, 2020 at 11:55PM.* *The application form will stay open as needed, but preferential consideration will be given to those artists who apply by August 1st.

July 2020, New York, NY – 

Contact: Hannah DeGarmo

info@markdegarmodance.org

(212) 375-9214 

For Immediate Release

Calling all Performing Artists: Mark DeGarmo Dance Seeks Applicants for the 2020-2021 season of its Virtual Salon Performance Series: a sharing of works-in-progress with a facilitated audience response curated and facilitated by dancer, choreographer, writer, and researcher, Dr. Mark DeGarmo.

Apply now via Google Form: https://forms.gle/Ns6KfavbAjkR26fLA Deadline: August 1st, 2020 at 11:55PM.* *The application form will stay open as needed, but preferential consideration will be given to those artists who apply by August 1st.

Mark DeGarmo Dance seeks applicants for the 2020-2021 season of its Virtual Salon Performance Series, a showcase of original artistic works-in-progress with a facilitated audience response session. Performing artists are invited to apply via the above GoogleForm by Saturday, August 1st, 11:55PM. All Virtual Performances will be held on Zoom.

Founded in 2010, MDD’s Salon Performance Series provides an opportunity to view and engage with original performing arts and dance works-in-progress of guest artists. The 2019-2020 season featured 51 artists/performers in 9 salons, the final 3 of which were held virtually on Zoom. 

The series highlights artists and performing art and dance forms underrepresented in traditional and commercial performing arts venues nationally and internationally. Artists from these underrepresented groups, genres, and spaces are especially encouraged to apply.

Dr. Mark DeGarmo curates the series and facilitates audience response sessions during each installment by adapting Liz Lerman’s Critical Response Process. DeGarmo guides discourse among the artists and audience members and encourages the public to actively participate in the development of original works-in-progress.

Originally housed in Mark DeGarmo Dance Studio Theater 310 at The Clemente Center, where MDD has been an anchor resident member nonprofit organization since 2001, MDD’s Salon Performance Series works to support the Clemente’s mission, and its determination “to operate in a multicultural and inclusive manner, housing and promoting artists and performance events that fully reflect the cultural diversity of the Lower East Side and the city as a whole.”

www.markdegarmodance.org/performance

Ticketing will be available at www.sps.givesmart.com at a later date.

About Mark DeGarmo Dance

Founded in 1987, Mark DeGarmo Dance is a nonprofit organization that educates New York City communities and children; creates, performs, and disseminates original artistic work; and builds intercultural community through dance arts. MDD has received over 300 grants from public and private funders and was the subject of a coveted cover feature article by Dance Teacher Magazine in June 2017. Since its beginnings, MDD has committed its resources to serving social justice, equity and equality issues across multiple fronts through dance arts in New York City, the U.S., and internationally. 

About Mark DeGarmo

A graduate with a B.F.A. of the Juilliard School Dance Division and Union Institute & University’s Ph.D. program, DeGarmo has created, performed, and produced over 100 dance-theater works and led his company on 30 international tours to 13 countries. His work has been recognized with performing arts awards and honors from the Martha Hill Dance Fund, the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program, the U.S. Department of State, and The White House. His transcultural transdisciplinary commitment includes writing “Transdisciplinary Performative Improvisation” for the University of Colima Mexico’s textbook Teaching Choreographic Composition from a Transdisciplinary Focus (2020 Spanish publication pending). He is also an artist-scholar of Creative Agency Australia. Las Fridas, Mark DeGarmo’s original duet inspired by Mexican painter and revolutionary Frida Kahlo, was called “Genius,” “Wonderfully in your face,” and “Frightening… in a way great art always should be,” by New York audiences in November 2019. Melanie Brown of Stagebuddy.com deemed DeGarmo “a gladiator in various arenas.”

www.markdegarmodance.org, Follow Mark DeGarmo Dance on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter 

We are grateful that this program is supported in part by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

 
 
 
Virtual Isadora
Summer ZOOM Class Schedule
 
Weekly Adult ZOOM Class with Lori Belilove
Every Wednesday at 12pm – 2pm EST
 
Experience an open level Isadora Duncan Technique class with Lori Belilove, the world’s leading interpreter and ambassador of the dance of Isadora Duncan. A lyrical, free-flowing, and highly musical form of modern dance. The style stresses expressivity, creativity, musicality, and the beauty of the human form.
 
 
Weekly Adult ZOOM Class with Emily D’Angelo
Every Monday at 10am – 12pm EST
 
Take an open level Isadora Duncan Technique Class with Senior Company Member Emily D’Angelo
 
 
Pre-Teen ZOOM Class with Emily D’Angelo
Every Tuesday at 10:30am – 11:30am EST
 
An expressive, athletic, and musical form of modern dance.Experience this fast-paced class that will have your dancer moving, stretching, sweating, and laughing!
Ages 10 – 14.
 
 
Tiny Tots ZOOM Class with Becky Allen
Every Wednesday at 3pm – 3:30pm EST
 
In this musical, playful class your young dancer will build coordination and motor skills with creative expression. Ages 4 – 6
 
 
Teacher Training Workshops
July 20 – 22 & August 17 – 19
 
The workshops are 3 days of training via ZOOM and includes Isadora Duncan technique classes taught by Lori Belilove and senior company members, teacher training seminars, video screenings, curriculum study, book and article readings, lectures, discussions, closing circle and networking.
 
Connect with us
 
 
Photographer Credit: Rose Eichenbaum, Athens Workshop 2016
 
Isadora Duncan Dance Foundation | 141 West 26th Street #3 , New York, NY 10001

Open to all Dancer and Non-Dancer General Students and
Candidates in Training Programs

Myth, Movement & Metaphor Program | Mythos in the Western Healing Tradition
July 10-12

Mythos in the Western Healing Tradition draws us into the curative sanctums of Asclepius, Hygeia and Chiron for encounters with the life engendering forces within embodied ritual movement, the regenerative sphere of dreams and the musical caring for the body and soul. Upon registration, students will receive via email a link for scheduling private supervision and time slots will be available following workshop sessions.

Friday, July 10th 7pm – 10pm EDT
Saturday, July 11th 10am – 1pm EDT
Sunday, July 12th 10am – 1pm EDT
All held via Zoom with Jeanne Bresciani, Ph.D.

Tuition: $225 // Includes 9 credit hours of training and a 20 minute private supervision session held via Zoom. Register Now 

Certificate Program I in ID Studies: The Training | Isadora Primordia: On Origins
August 4-7

Honoring ‘Isadora Explorer’ specific elements in Isadora technique, class studies, choreographies and improvisational methods will trace the primordial background to her ‘style transcendent’. As in a natural history of art, uncovering ‘living laws within the living body’, reservoirs of her knowledge and experience will be delved to discover sources, symbols and meanings empowering her lasting legacy.  From material realms earthed and sublimed we shall return elemental inspiration and dynamic imperative to ourselves and to her dance in inspirational renderings grounded in principles ancient, eternal and universal. Upon registration, students will receive via email a link for scheduling private supervision and time slots will be available following workshop sessions.

Tuesday, August 4th 7pm-10pm EDT
Wednesday, August 5th 10am-2pm EDT
Thursday, August 6th 7pm-10pm EDT
Friday, August 7th 10am-2pm with optional evening student work sharing 8-9pm EDT
All held via Zoom with Jeanne Bresciani, Ph.D.

Tuition: $350 // Includes 15 credit hours of CPI training and a 20 minute private supervision session held via Zoom. Register Now 

Myth, Movement & Metaphor Program | Mythic Body & The Summer Star Within 

September 11-13

Explore and embody the elements within the Summer astrological signs of Cancer, Leo and Virgo through the technique and philosophy of Isadora Duncan. Movement explorations will be based on the mythic and evolutionary aspects of the Summer Quadrant within the astrological wheel.

As an included option, Full Registrants may submit their exact birth time, date and location for a 20 minute personal interpretation of these three signs as depicted within the birth chart. Upon registration, students will receive via email a link for scheduling and time slots will be available following workshop sessions on Sept. 11th, 12th and 13th.

Friday, September 11th 10am – 1pm EDT
Saturday, September 12th 10am – 1pm EDT
Sunday, September 13th 10am – 1pm EDT
All held via Zoom with Jeanne Bresciani, Ph.D.

Tuition: $225 // Includes 9 credit hours of training and a 20 minute private supervision session held via Zoom. Register now 

Learn more about the Myth, Movement & Metaphor Program Here

Dear Friends,

Through crisis we found opportunity. Dancers came together from all over the world to make something truly special: An interactive festival online, brought to you FREE in your living room.

Saturday we dance!

Parade & Festival highlights:
 
The New York Grandstand:  Princess Lockerooo opens the parade with a Waacking Flashmob. Get your freak on and dance out to DJ Liquid Todd, watch or participate in dance battles, tutu jams, cultural spotlights, witness the “Dance Police Lockdown,” and take part in Barbara Ann Michaels’ “I Dance Like You!” showcase. The free registration includes vibrant virtual backgrounds for participants to use on Zoom.
 
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony: Kicking off the family-friendly event, is a ceremony officiated by Emcee Jungle to pay homage to healthcare workers and to introduce dance celebrity Grand Marshals: Award winning modern dance choreographer David Dorfman, Masala Bhangra pioneer Sarina Jain, SiriusXM Radio DJ Liquid Todd, and world-renowned dance artist Princess Lockerooo.
 
DanceFest Teaching Stage: Pick up dance moves from five diverse dance styles. Strike-A-Pose in Princess Lockeroo’s Waacking class, learn Kick-Ball Changes in David Dorfman’s Master Modern class, experience traditional Indian Bhangra with Sarina Jain, learn Salsa Shines with Barbara Bernstein from DanceInTime and Zumba with Laci Chisholm’s Fit4Dance.
 
Dare to Dance Challenge: See the winners of Dance Parade’s video contest that challenged choreographers to connect to their dancers remotely during this period of isolation and social distancing. Thanks to Nancy Steele of STEELE DANCE, three winners will receive cash prizes and have their one-minute videos premiered.
 
Grandstand Show: Relive the actual Dance Parade in New York City with Emcee Shireen Dickson. Hear interviews of artistic directors and get an inside glimpse of the stories behind diverse types of dance culture.
This is a free event, donations are appreciated!
100% of proceeds go to our artists:
#TheShowMustGoOn  #DanceWithoutBorders #DanceParadeNYC #quarantine
 
Dance Parade is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization
 
 

Valerie Green/Dance Entropy and Green Space Featured in Dance Business Weekly

We are thrilled to be featured in Dance Business Weekly! See how Artistic Director Valerie Green established Green Space in Long Island City as a home base for the company and a resource for NYC dance-makers.
Dance Entropy appreciates your support! Donate via our website or GoFundMe and receive exclusive performance footage.
VG/DE in rehearsal for HOME
 
The company is continuing rehearsals via Zoom with Artistic Director Valerie Green on our newest work HOME. Since the project began in October, the idea of home has drastically shifted, and we’ve been exploring the dancers’ feelings of being at home during the COVID-19 crisis.
Virtual Class Offerings
For More Info, click Here
Kids Movement Playground
 
Let’s move and exercise to a variety of dance styles and music! This class will have kids moving and grooving, and burning off energy! 
 
Classes are donation-based. Donate here and RSVP to sarai@danceentropy.org to receive a secure class link.
Kids of ALL ages welcome! 
Every Tuesday, 3-3:50pm.
Dance Your Frame
 
Virtual sessions are available Tuesdays, 6:30-8:00pm. Led by Artistic Director Valerie Green, these classes center on strength, body mechanics, and some needed fun. Follow the LINK to purchase and you will receive a class link.
Get Up And Dance
 
Thursdays 1:00 – 2:00pm
For seniors! Let’s stretch, move, and groove with a variety of dance styles and music! This class will have you tapping your toes, stepping to the beat, and having fun. 
Click for LINK!

 

Teacher Certification In
ISADORA DUNCAN TECHNIQUE
Now Offered Online!
Teacher Training Open House
This free event via ZOOM is your opportunity to meet Artistic Director
Lori Belilove and ask all your questions
Register Now!
Wednesday April 22nd, 2020 from 6:00- 7:00pm EST
Meeting ID provided after registration
Save your spot by emailing: becky@isadoraduncan.org
Online Teacher Training Workshop
 
May 24th – 28th, 2020
Join us for the first Online Teacher Training Workshop offered by The Isadora Duncan Dance Foundation.
 
The workshop is 5 days of training via ZOOM and other online platforms, and includes Isadora Duncan technique classes with Lori Belilove and senior company members, teacher training seminars, video screenings, observation of our online children’s classes, curriculum study, a virtual Metropolitan Museum of Art tour, lectures, discussions, closing circle and networking.
 
This workshop directly follows our celebrations of Isadora’s 143rd Birthday!
More details to come! If interested in registering contact
And keep dancing with us…
Livestream Classes on Instagram
 
Join us online for our Donation-based Isadora Duncan Technique Classes Livestreaming on Instagram taught by Senior Company Member Emily D’Angelo.
Wednesdays at 12pm EST
Saturdays at 2pm EST
Some one-on-one time…
 
Private Lessons Available
Interested in some Private ZOOM classes? We can arrange solo or small group lessons in Isadora Duncan Technique.
 
Email becky@isadoraduncan.org for more details
Teacher Training Testimonials
“Lori Belilove trains beautiful Duncan dancers—any dancer serious about teaching and performing Isadora Duncan’s works should consider this certification program. My training under Lori’s mentorship has led me to teaching in a range of contexts, including private studios, festival workshops, and university residencies. As a performance coach, Lori is detailed and exacting, facilitating dancers’ discovery of nuance in musicality and qualities of weight, and encouraging dancers to experience freedom within the sculptural form of Duncan’s dances.”
— Meg Brooker, MFA, is Assistant Professor & Director of Dance at Middle Tennessee State University and Artistic Director of Duncan Dance South, a founding organizer of Isadora Duncan International Symposium, and a former company dancer with Lori Belilove & Company. She holds an Advanced Certification in Duncan Technique and Repertory, under the mentorship of Lori Belilove.
 
“Prior to this experience I only knew about Isadora in the context of a dance history lesson, and the process of not only uncovering this rich history but seeing it and feeling it fully alive and breathing in today’s world has been immensely rewarding. Belilove is a masterful educator and brings incredible knowledge and sensitivity to her classes. Her approach to Duncan is inquisitive and inviting, and the total experience has reaffirmed for me that both movement and education flourish in a joyous, creative setting.”
– Becky Allen, MFA, MA in Dance Education, is a company dancer with Lori Belilove & The Isadora Duncan Dance Company and works for The Isadora Duncan Dance Foundation, managing Educational Programming in addition to assisting and teaching Duncan dance classes. She is also a Teaching Artist with New York City Ballet and founder of LatticeWorks Dance Collective.

 


 

 

2019

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The 2019 DUMBO DANCE FESTIVAL: A FOUR-DAY SPECTACULAR PRESENTING 70 COMPANIES FROM NEW YORK & AROUND THE WORLD

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October 10th 7pm OPENING NIGHT GALA
October 11th 7pm & 9pm Festival Performances
October 12th / 2pm. 4pm, 6pm & 8pm Festival Performances
October 13th / 12 – 1:15pm Kids Can Dance Modern Dance class
October 13th / 1:30 –3:00 pm Family Friendly Program
October 13th / 4pm & 6pm Festival Performances
October 13th / 8:00pm GRAND FINALE

LOCATIONGelsey Kirkland ArtsCenter
29 Jay Street, DUMBO, Brooklyn, 11201
DIRECTION: Just one train stop from downtown Manhattan, accessible from the F train at York Street; and A, C trains at High Street.

TICKET: General Admission: $15
Click HERE for tickets, Performance Schedule and further info

Reservation for Press, contact Yuni Cho Festival Coordinator, 718-855-8822, ww2019ddf@gmail.com

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Let your life dance for a moment – Join us for the WHITE WAVE Dance Gala magic…

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Thursday, October 10th

7PM: Ceremony & Gala Performance

8:30PM: Buffet Dinner & Party

THE 2019 DUMBO DANCE FESTIVAL will kick off with WHITE WAVE’s Opening Night GALA Celebration. The evening will be hosted by a guest celebrity (TBA). We have selected two of our most distinguished supporters to honor the great impact they have had in furthering our mission this year. Their opening remarks will be followed by seven stunning contemporary dance troupes: Alessandra Corona Performing Works, Company | E, Patrick O’Brien Dance Project, Thryn Saxon and Brad Beakes, Buglisi Dance Theater, WHITE WAVE Young Soon Kim Dance Company.

Afterwards, the audience will enjoy a reception with a buffet dinner of exotic Korean cuisine and a fabulous raffle (including gourmet wine baskets, “dinner for two” at local DUMBO eateries and much more)!

Tickets are $100 and $250 (VIP seating) per person; all proceeds raised will directly offset WHITE WAVE’s production costs for our 2019/20 Season.

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE GALA TICKETS
More info at 718-855-8822 or wwyskdc@gmail.com

BUY TICKETS
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