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Every Sunday during the current crisis, choreographer Henning Rubsam will release a video of his Sensedance company in his ballet "And there was Morning," a celebration of life, friendship, and community, set to an original score by Beata Moon.


To be considered for a full scholarship to Fini's annual 3-week July Summer Intensive in Calabria, Italy, dancers are invited to submit a video of themselves dancing at home, if necessary, or in a studio. The Intensive is open to dancers of all ages and dance genres, and is taught by a distinguished faculty from Juilliard, Ailey, Graham, and more. Deadline June 20.


April 30, 6:30 to 8 PM

DeGarmo's annual community celebration and fundraiser pivots into a virtual broadcast to connect with local, national, and international audiences. At 7 PM, Mark will host a dance party on Zoom. Anyone wishing to attend the virtual event and participate in the online silent auction are asked to visit


Saturday May 16, 1 to 3 PM

Responding to NYC officials cancelling all public events for May, Dance parade is moving its annual street and park parade and festival online, and broadcasting worldwide for a global community Zoom event. Spectators can view online and/or participate by dancing-in-place in virtual rooms.


Cancelled / Rescheduled Events

The 10th Anniversary of the Valentina Kozlova Int'l Ballet Competition
40th Anniversary of Kozlova's defection to the U.S. from the Bolshoi

March 17-20, 2020
Rescheduled for March 2021
Symphony Space
2537 Broadway

Kozlova will celebrate two major events: the 10th Anniversary of her VKIBC, with exceptional dancers from around the world dancing for company contracts and scholarships; and Defection of Kozlova and Leonid Kozlov in 1979, both principal dancers with the Bolshoi Ballet, when the Company was appearing in Los Angeles. Kozlov will come from his home in Aruba for a grand reunion on stage.


March 31-April 5
The Joyce Theater 175 Eighth Avenue

The Limon Dance Company returns to The Joyce with three Limon masterworks: "The Traitor," in which Limon draws from the power struggle between Judas and Jesus; his sparkling "Mazurkas," inspired by the resilience and courage of the Polish people after the war, set to music by Chopin, played live; and "Orfeo," a lyrical lament of love set to the music of Beethoven.


April 2-4 at 8 PM
Postponed until February 2021
St. Mark's Church
131 East 10th Street

Gallant and dancers will perform Escape from the House of Mercy, a dance/theater work which considers the impact of institutions that fail to support and rehabilitate their patients.


April 16, 8 PM
Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway (at 95th Street)

Under the direction of founder/conductor Dorrit Matson, the 50-piece orchestra specializes in music by Scandinavian composers. The April 16 program will feature music by Carl Nielsen, Hugo Alfven, and Emil Hartmann, with guest violinist Stephanie Chase.


April 17, 18, 19, 25, 26
Actor's Fund, 160 Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn


June 5 & 6
New York Live Arts, 219 West 19th Street

The Company recreates two Sokolow classics: "Rooms," created in 1955, and "Magritte, Magritte," created 50 years ago. Now under the artistic direction of Samantha Geracht, with Jim May remaining as advisor, the Company continues to be the major custodian of the works of Anna Sokolow. The program will be performed April 17-26 in Brooklyn, and repeated June 5 & 6 at NYLA.

MODERN DANCE 101: Dances by Ruth St. Denis and Ted Shawn

Tentatively rescheduled for
September 10-13

Theatre St. Jean Baptiste
150 East 76th Street

Dances created from 1906 to 1926 by "The Mother and Father of American Modern Dance," performed by PeiJu Chien-Potts, Christine Dakin, David Glista, Valentina Kozlova, Sokolow Theatre/Dance Ensemble, Adam Weinert. Pianist: Nathaniel LaNasa


Saturday, May 16, 1 pm start
Broadway & 21st St. to Tompkins Square Park

The 14th annual Dance Parade, this year entitled "Dance Without Borders," will once again celebrate dance and dancers with thousands of participants joyously demonstrating 80+ styles of dances. The Parade ends in Tompkins Square Park, where stages are set up for more performances, along with free classes.




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