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May 6-19
Streaming from the Joyce Theater

A program of two Limon classics: The Moor's Pavane and There is a Time, and the new Suite Donuts by Chafin Seymour. This is the Company’s first Joyce season under the direction of artistic director Dante Puleio.


May 22, 2021, 1 PM EDT

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. 2021 Grand Marshals are Lisa Lisa, H.T. Chen & Dian Dong, and Virginia Johnson

Live Events


Sunday, May 16
4 PM & 5:30 PM
Outdoors on 75th St.
(bet. Broadway & West End Ave.)

A collective of current and former dancers with the Metropolitan Opera Ballet will present a live, outdoor performance in collaboration with members of the Met Orchestra and Met Chorus Artists. Four short ballets will be presented by choreographers Belinda McGuire, Danielle Russo, Jacoby Pruitt, and Michelle Vargo, accompanied by musicians and soprano from the Metropolitan Opera.


Sunday, June 6
Outdoors on E. 11th St.
(bet. 2nd & 3rd Avenues)
Free admission

Ellen Cornfield will present her Cornfield Dance, joined by guests from The Bang Group, in a program that features the premiere of her "Spaced Out," a playful, socially distanced dance tailored to animate the NYC block of E. 11th St. Also on the program is Cornfield's "Small Stages," and solos by David Parker performed by members of his The Bang Group.


May 28 & June 4 at 7:30 PM
Mark Morris Dance Center
3 Lafayette Ave, Brooklyn

New Chamber Ballet returns for two live performances of Magloire's new "Sea," to music by composer Richard Carrick. Also a short solo for company member Madeleine Williams, who is leaving NCB to welcome her second child and "step away to enjoy motherhood." As always, music is live and played by pianist Melody Fader and violinist Doori Na. New company dancer is Alison Tatsuoka.


October 28, 2021

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.

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

September 30—October 3, 2021
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 Arthur Aviles, Tadej Brdnik, PeiJu Chien-Potts, Christine Dakin, Valentina Kozlova, Bradley Shelver, dancers from the Limon Institute, and Sokolow Theatre/Dance Ensemble. Pianist: Jonathan Howard Katz. Lighting: David Glista

Past Events

Sokolow Theatre/Dance Ensemble

Saturday, April 17 at 2 PM EDT
online, free

The Company will host a virtual live interview of Daniel Lewis conducted by Christine Jowers. Dr. Lewis worked closely with Anna Sokolow for years and will share his stories of his time with her as well as rarely seen footage and letters.

Dance Parade, 2020 Replay

Saturday, April 17, 6 PM
online, free

A reshowing of last year’s party with dancers and companies from around the world.

Periapsis Music and Dance 

Sunday, April 25, 8 PM EDT
online, pay what you can

Periapsis presents Ipseities, showing choreography by Kyla Barkin, Ashley Carter, Maggie Joy & Erin Maher, Annie Nikunen, Marlaina Garcia Riegelsberger, and Rebecca Walden. Music is by composer/pianist, and artistic director of Periapsis, Jonathan Howard Katz.


March 8-19

The 2021 Valentina Kozlova International Ballet Competition will take place online, with dancers performing live and in their own time zones, in Asia, North America, South America, Eastern Europe, South Africa, and Australia. For each time zone, there will be a different panel of judges. As in past years, entrants will dance for medals, prizes, scholarships to dance academies around the world, and contacts with international companies. President of the Jury is Charles Jude, former etoile with the Paris Opera Ballet, and includes Nina Ananiashvili, Nikolai Tsiskaridze, Mikko Nissensen, Andris Liepa, and Septime Webre.


Residency at Kaatsbaan in Tivoli, NY
Free Livestream performance Dec. 19

The Limon Dance Company returns to Kaatsbann for a 4-week residency that includes a virtual performance Dec. 19 at 7 PM. Two Limon classics will be performed: The Moor’s Pavane (1949) and There is a Time (1956), along with the fun new Suite Donuts, created for the Company by choreographer Chafin Seymour.

MARK DeGARMO DANCE'S first Virtual Int'l Arts Festival

Oct. 27: Cutting Edge Global Video Series (curated from Melbourne)

Oct. 28: El Grupo Folklorico P'urhepecha (Indigenous Dance from Mexico)

Oct. 29: Virtual Salon Performance Series (Emerging Dance from the U.S.)

Performances begin at 7 PM

Press: visit to register for free viewing.

Mark DeGarmo welcomes 138 artists and scholars from 18 countries to present their original works in its first Virtual International Arts Festival for Social Change held on Zoom.


September 26, 5 PM
(rain date October 3, 5 PM)
The Amphitheater at Untermyer Gardens
941 North Broadway, Yonkers, NY

Belilove and dancers return for an encore performance in the exquisite setting of Untermyer Gardens, appearing in the Walled Garden amphitheater where Samuel and Minnie Untermyer watched The Isadorables perform in 1932. Program features dances by Isadora Duncan and original works by Belilove.

Limon Dance Company

September 17-20

Limon announces a free online event to kick off National Hispanic Heritage Month. The video features a look at their Limon4Kids Program and the exclusive film release of "The Time is Now," its first production with new artistic director Dante Puleio, inspired by Limon's masterpiece "There is a Time." Starts Sept. 17 at 7 PM; available online through Sept. 20th at midnight.

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