Dance Parade announces the Dare to Dance Challenge, an open call for choreographers to connect to their dancers remotely during this period of isolation and social distancing. Cash prizes for the three winning videos are offered to the choreographers who create a one minute video on Zoom. Deadline to apply is May 7th. Details at danceparade.org/dare-to-dance-challengeSee More
Choreographer Henning Rubsam announces the release, every Sunday during the current crisis, of his uplifting 2015 work "And there was Morning," online via his YouTube channel DanceArtJoy. Created to a commissioned score by composer Beata Moon, this celebration of life, friendship, and community, is performed by Sensedance members Maurice Dawkins, Raffles Durbin, Luz Guillen, and Kristen Stuart. Visit…See More
Antonio Fini, founder/director of the Fini Dance Int'l Summer School, held every July in Calabria in the South of Italy, invites dancers to post a video of themselves dancing on their instagram accounts. The winner of this "Dance Challenge" will receive a full scholarship to the 3-week Summer Intensive, with a faculty from Juilliard, Ailey, Graham, and other major schools. The Challenge is open to dancers of all ages and dance genres. For Rules of the Challenge, please visit…See More
The Limon Dance Company, which was to be appearing at The Joyce this week, announces reJOYCE 2020, a nightly live presentation of conversations with company members, 7:30 PM, with dance snippets; and a Sunday 2 PM conversation about the Company's future plans. Conversations are about the Joyce repertory: The Traitor, Orfeo, and Mazurkas. On Instagram LIMON LIVE@limondance. See More
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