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Current events:

Valentina Kozlova International Ballet Competition

March 18-23, 2019
Symphony Space
Broadway & 95th Street

200+ dancers, from 20 countries around the world, will come to New York to dance, in both classical and contemporary styles, for medals, scholarships, and company contracts. Judges will once again include Andris Liepa, Charles Jude, Nikolai Tsiskaridze, New Jersey Ballet's Paul McRaeand other international dance figures. And congratulations to Valentina Kozlova on being named by the Carnegie Corp. as a 2018 Distinguished Immigrant.

SOKOLOW THEATRE/DANCE ENSEMBLE in "I'm not here to be polite"

March 21-24
(Thurs/Fri/Sat at 8 PM; Sunday at 3 PM)
Actors Fund Theater, 160 Schermerhorn, Brooklyn

The Sokolow Theatre/Dance Ensemble presents "I'm not here to be polite" (taken from Anna Sokolow's remark "I'm not here to be polite, I'm here to tell the truth"). Veteran dancers will be joined by a new generation of Sokolow dancers in Sokolow's 1968 "Steps of Silence" and "Three Poems" (1973). Also on the program is Valerie Bettis' famed 1943 solo "The Desperate Heart," and works by Jim May and Robert Cleary.

Pentacle Series at the Rubin Museum

starts March 27
Rubin Museum, 150 West 17th Street

March 27: Zvi Gotheiner Dance Company
March 27: ZviDance
April 10: Davalois Fearon Dance
April 24: Antonio Ramos & The Gangbangers
May 8: The Francesca Harper Project

Lori Belilove & The Isadora Duncan Dance Company

March 28 & 29 at 7:30 PM; March 31 at 3 PM
Isadora Duncan Dance Foundation Studios, 141 W. 26th St.

Lori Belilove and company celebrate Isadora Duncan with three salon performances of Duncan dances to music by Chopin, Gluck, and Brahms, played live. A wine and cheese reception follows each performance.

Loretta Thomas' Moving Visions

April 4, 5, 6 at 8 PM
Baruch P.A. Center, 55 Lexington Ave.

A program of new dances by Loretta Thomas and Catherine Gallant, and historical dances by Isadora Duncan. Performed in collaboration with Ensemble 212 Chamber Orchestra, Yoon Jae Lee, conductor.

New York Scandia Symphony

Thursday April 11 at 8 PM
Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway

Conductor Dorrit Matson conducts the New York Scandia Symphony in music by Carl Nielsen (his Overture to "Maskarade" and Symphony No. 5) and Finnish clarinetist/composer Bernhard Crusell's Clarinet Concerto Opus 5 featuring Steven Hartman, clarinet.


April 11 & 12 (6:30 & 8:30 daily)
German Academy, 1014 Fifth Avenue

A tribute to composer Ursula Mamlock in the historic Fifth Avenue townhouse, Choreography by Magloire, Rebecca Walden, and Mara Driscoll; performed by New Chamber Ballet with the Momenta String Quartet and guest soloists.


April 11-13 at 7:30 PM
Chen Dance Center, 70 Mulberry St

Chen Dance Center presents newsteps: a choreographers series, its semi-annual emerging choreographers presentation. Selected through an open audition by judges H.T. Chen, Rosalind Newman, Walter Rutledge, Elizabeth Keen, and Lance Westergard are choreographers Annie Heath, Mat Elder, Spencer Weidie, Erin Bryce Holmes, Tanner Ryan, and Aaron Girard.


Wednesday April 17, 6:30 to 9 PM
Lower East Side Girls Club
402 East 8th Street (bet. C & D)

Mark DeGarmo Dance honoros Nia Imani Franklin, Miss America 2019, with its inaugural Arts Education Advocate Award 2019 at its annual fundraising gala. Ms. Franklin, who will also perform at the event, is a classically trained singer and a passionate supporter of the arts and arts education.. The festive evening also include a student performance, drinks, hors d'oeuvres, and a silent auction. MC is comedian Nat Towsen.


April 20, time t.b.a.
Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway (at 95th Street)

The annual performance by Kozlova's Dance Conservatory, now located in a luxurious facility in Norwalk, Ct. Program will feature original works along with excerpts from the classics.

Soaking WET 

May 16-19
West End Theater
263 West 86th Street

programs t.b.a.

Dance Parade

May 18
starts at 21st St. & Broadway & parades to Tompkins Square Park

The Parade in 2018 took place on a rainy windy day in NYC, but the thousands of participants, in over 80 different styles of dance, paraded joyously in the rain - as we know, the dancers always come through!!! Hoping for better weather this year for Dance Parade.

with guest choreographers David Parker, Amber Sloan, and a solo by James Waring 

May 18, May 23, and June 1, all at 8 PM
JCC, 334 Amsterdam Avenue (76th Street)

Three programs with the world premiere of Christopher Caines Dance in Caines' "listen our loud / move to keep things whole." Programs also includes works by David Parker and Amber Sloan, who will also dance James Waring's solo "12 Objects from Tender buttons."


Sunday May 26, 7 PM
New York Live Arts, 219 West 19th Street

Mimi Garrard Dance Company returns to NYLA with dancer/choreographer Austin Selden, former member of Shen Wei Dance Company, for a program of three premieres of dance, live and on film.


May 29-June 2
Joyce Theater, 175 Eighth Avenue

The Company, under artistic director Colin Connor, returns to the Joyce with classic works by Jose Limon, including his Psalm and The Moor's Pavane, as well as new works.


June 5-7
Ailey Citigroup Theater, 405 West 55 St.

Eliot Feld Kids Dance

June 6-9
Joyce Theater
175 Eighth Avenue

The whiz-kids, all trained at Feld's tuition-free school, return in a repertory of works by Feld and guest choreographers created especially for young dancers.


June 7 & 8
City Center Studio 5

Works by Magloire, Gabrielle Lamb, and Constantine Baecher.

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