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One Foot (in Front of the Other)

Friday, January 11 at 8 PM
Sunday, January 13 at 3 PM
92nd St. Y
1395 Lexington Avenue

A program of dances by Aileen Passloff, spanning her creative years from the early 1960s, when she was one of the pioneers of the early Judson Church modern dance scene, to new dances receiving their world premieres. Passloff has also restaged works that she originally danced: James Waring's 1958 "Octandre," to be danced by Nic Petry; and Remy Charlip's 1964 "April and December," danced by Charlotte Hendrickson.

Jeanette Stoner and Dancers

January 26-29 (Saturday thru Tuesday) at 8 PM
Stoner Loft, 83 Leonard Street, 5th floor

Stoner, called "a hidden treasure of the NYC dance world" by Gus Solomons jr, presents repertory works and the premiere of "Stairways," a group work exploring various aspects of male/female relationships and the relationship of different parts of the self. Dancers are Chase Booth, Peter Davis, Tal halevi, Caroline Fermin, Kingsley Nwaogu, Stella Santangelo, and Dan Walczak.

Soaking WET

February 7-10
West End Theater, 263 West 86 St., (2nd floor of the Church)

David Parker and Jeff Kazin of The Bang Group present another edition of their Soaking WET series.
Two performances daily:
Thurs/Fri/Sat at 7 & Sun. at 2 PM: Johanna S. Meyer (dancer/choreographer) collaborates with violinist/composer Catherine McRae for the premiere of "Maps," a project that explores the poetics of visual artist/poet Jen Bervin's piece "The River."
Thurs/Fri/Sat at 8:30 PM & Sun at 4 PM: Alan Good (choreographer) collaborates with pianist Allen Fogelsanger in "Lossless," a site-specific piece for dancer and musician.

Rachel Thorne Germond Performance Collage

February 14, 15, 16 at 8 PM
University Settlement, 184 Eldridge St.

Germond presents a concert entitled "Recent Work," works created from 2017 to 2019. All incorporate live video projection and will be performed by an ensemble that includes Larissa Asebedo, Germond, and Kirsten Reynolds.

Miro Magloire's New Chamber Ballet

February 18 & 19 (Monday & Tuesday) at 7:30 PM
City Center Studio 5, 130 West 56 Street

Magloire once again collaborates with the singing group Ekmeles, whose members share the stage with the dancers. Music by Kaija Saariaho and Karin Rehnqvist.

Ballet Contemporaneo de Camaguey

March 13 at 7 PM
Kaye Playhouse
68th Street between Park & Lexington

The Ballet Contemporaneo de Camaguey will make its U.S. debut with two performances - a children's show on March 12 and an evening performance on March 13th of works by company director Pedro Ruiz, remembered as a principal dancer and choreographer of Ballet Hispanico.

Laura Pawel Dance Company 

March 15 & 16 at 7 PM
Chen Dance Center, 70 Mulberry Street

Laura Pawel and her longtime dance and music collaborators present the premiere of Cloudy with a chance of rain, music by Phil Stone, along with repertory works and live music by Barebones, Phil Stone, and The Cecilia Coleman Quartet.


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

100+ dancers, from 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, and other international dance figures. And congratulations to Valentina Kozlova on being named by the Carnegie Corp. as a 2018 Distinguished Immigrant.

Pentacle Series at the Rubin Museum

starts March 27
Rubin Museum, 150 West 17th Street

March 27: Zvi Gotheiner Dance Company
April 10: Dava
April 24: Antonio Ramos
May 8: Stefanie Batten Bland

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 Henrik Crusell's Clarinet Concerto Opus 5 featuring Steven Hartman, clarinet.

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.


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.

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