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In an article published at the start of the fall season, The New York Times profiled ten “Movers and Shapers” who contribute to New York’s vibrant and unique dance scene. Included among these dance luminaries is Soledad Barrio. Audiences will have a chance to see Ms. Barrio perform flamenco in its most authentic and glorious [...]
Education Administrator Melissa Croushorn shares her observations of our latest Master Class series offering and looks ahead to the upcoming class focusing on the work of Marie Chouinard: KEIGWIN+COMPANY dancer Ashley Browne (with the assistance of a company apprentice) gave young performing arts students an introduction to Artistic Director Larry Keigwin’s movement style and creative [...]
Written by Elizabeth Zimmer Montreal is primarily Catholic, but not very observant. Marie Chouinard, born in 1955 in nearby Quebec City, grew up in a period of ethnic and cultural upheaval, a time of “Francophone pride,” if you will. Critics suggest that the growth of the experimental dance scene in Montreal began as Francophones began [...]
The season is packed with New York debuts and world premieres, revered companies from the U.S. and beyond, and an entire festival devoted to artists from Brazil. Now is the perfect time to become a Joyce Member, and start enjoying access to the best seats at the best prices. Read the season announcement.
The Joyce presents the New York premiere of Ballet Preljocaj’s widely praised production of Snow White, with choreography by Angelin Preljocaj and featuring costumes by Jean Paul Gaultier, at the David H. Koch Theater.
After two consecutive sold-out engagements, Soledad Barrio & Noche Flamenca returns to The Joyce Theater with flamenco in its finest and most authentic form, one that creates a true communal spirit through exuberant music, dance and song.
Spring/Summer ’14 at The Joyce features extraordinary international, regional, and local companies, including Joyce debuts. The season also showcases highly anticipated engagements such as a festival of all Brazilian dance, and the NYC premiere of Wendy Whelan’s Restless Creature.
Encompassing arts administration training, internship opportunities, dance production, public performances, and audience engagement, the project will be undertaken in partnership with the Ludwig Foundation of Cuba and the New York City-based choreographer Ronald K. Brown.