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March 1-31
Spoke the Hub Center
748 Union St, Brooklyn NY

Spoke the Hub presents a solo exhibit by the multi-talented Anabella Lenzu. Entitled My Body, My Country, the photographic exhibition aims to explore issues of identity and agency as experienced by artist, dancer, writer, choreographer Lenzu, also a woman, mother, and immigrant in the U.S.
Opening Reception Sunday March 3, 2 to 4 PM

CHELSI OM'NIRA in concert

Sunday, March 10 at 4 PM
St. Mark's Church, 131 E. 10th St.

Classically trained, jazz-loving soprano CHELSI OM'NIRA will appear in a lively and varied program, including Negro Spirituals, Duke Ellington compositions, and Art Songs by Daura Burleigh, accompanied by Jeannine Otis on piano.


Sunday March 10, performance at 7:30 PM
followed by drinks in Dixon Place's cozy lounge
Dixon Place, 161A Chrystie Street

A fun sampling of companies that will participate in the 2024 Dance Parade: Cecile Klaus/Roller Dance; Mazarte/Mexican Folkloric Tap City; Alison Cook Beatty Dance/Kaleidoscope/Russian/Ukrainian Folk Dance; Hip-Hop with Rokafella & Kwikstep. And, meet this year's Grand Marshals: Brenda Bufalino, Martha Zarate-Alvarez, Norman Siegel (The 2024 parade will take place May 18 and feature thousands of dancers in 80+ different styles of dance)


Tuesday, April 2nd at 7 PM
Ailey Citigroup Theater
405 West 55 Street

Clymene Aldinger, founder/artistic director of CLYMOVE, announces the Clymove Gala, which will honor SARITA ALLEN with the Elisa Monte Leadership Legacy Award. The evening's performance will see two world premieres, one by Aldinger and the second by JoVonna Parks, and a performance of Elisa Monte's "Pigs and Fishes," which was originally choreographed on Sarita Allen in 1982 and has not been performed in a decade.

Valentina Kozlova International Ballet Competition
"Preserving the Past, Discovering the Future"

April 9 - 12, 2024
Kaye Playhouse
68th bet. Park & Lexington, NYC

TThe 13th VALENTINA KOZLOVA INTERNATIONAL BALLET COMPETITION, which features classical ballet, contemporary dance, and the new Free Style Dance, returns to the Kaye with 100+ dancers representing over 25 countries around the world. Dancers, Youth to Senior categories, will dance for company contracts and scholarships to schools around the globe. Charles Jude returns as President of the Jury.


Two Friday performances, April 12 & April 19 at 7:30 PM
Mark Morris Dance Center
3 Lafayette Ave, Brooklyn

A revival of Magloire's 2022 "Secret Place," set to music by Reiko Fueting and Johann-Paul von Westhoff, with a new section to J.S.Bach's famous Chaconne for solo violin. Critic Jerry Hochman found the work "...unusually accessible, extraordinarily lyrical, and one of the highlights of the dance year."


April 13
Manhattan Movement and Arts Center
248 West 60th St.

A morning of master classes taught by Bradley Shelver,  Artistic Director of Joffrey Concert Group, and Dante  Puleio, Artistic Director of Limon Dance Company.   Performances at 3 PM & 7 PM of works by Limon, Shelver, Eryn Renee Young, and William Carlos Angulo, performed by Joffrey Concert Group and Limon2.


Thursday April 18 at 8 PM
Alice Tully Hall/Lincoln Center
Broadway & 65th Street

Conductor Dorrit Matson presents the NY Scandia Symphony, which specializes in music by Scandinavian composers, in a program of works by Sibelius (Finlandia); Carl Nielsen (Symphony No. 5); and Emil Hartmann (Violin Concerto with guest violinist Stephanie Chase).


April 19-21
Ailey Citigroup Theater
405 West 55 Street

The Philadelphia-based company with direction and choreography by Iquail Shaheed, will return to the Ailey Citigroup Theater.  Program t.b.a.

Past Events

The Joffrey Concert Group 

Friday February 16 at 7:30 PM
Sat. February 17 at 3 PM & 7:30 PM
Ailey Citigroup Theater, 405 W. 55 St.
Tickets: $30; $15 for students

The NY-based Joffrey Concert Group, under the artistic direction of Bradley Shelver, presents In My Art, a program of three world premieres. Choreographers are Shelver, Eryn Renee Young and Vernard J. Gilmore (principal with the Ailey Company). Young and Gilmore are winners of the annual Creative Movers Choreographic Initiative.

Margaret Beals' Dancing Without Steps: The Art of Improvisation 

Thursday February 29 at 7 PM
National Arts Club, 15 Gramercy Park South
Free Admission
Reservations are suggested - contact:

National Arts Club presents the Margaret Beals/Adriana Davis film Dancing Without Steps: The Art of Improvisation with Margaret Beals. Recipient of dozens of awards at film festivals around the world, the 25-minute film celebrates trailblazer Beals, known for her elegant and clever dance improvisations. Film has an intro by Meredith Monk. Beals will be on hand to talk about the art of improv.

Buglisi Dance Theatre 

February 29 (yes, it's Leap Year!) March 1 & 2
Chelsea Factory, 547 W. 26 St.
Tickets: $35-$20

Buglisi Dance Theatre celebrates its 30th Anniversary with a season that includes a World Premiere, company favorites, and appearances by a stellar ensemble that includes Terese Capucilli, Christine Dakin, and guest Pei-Ju Chien Pott.

Denishawn on the Battery Dance Festival

August 17, 7 PM - free admission
Rockefeller Park, 75 Battery Place

The program of early modern dance will include five Denishawn works, drawn from the Denishawn production in 2021: Floor Plastique by Ted Shawn, performed by Limon2; Incense by Ruth St. Denis, performed by Katherine Crockett; Choeur Danse by Ted Shawn, trio performed by Dances We Dance; Waltz/Liebestraum by Ruth St. Denis, performed by Christine Dakin; The Cosmic Dance of Siva by Ted Shawn, performed by Antonio Fini.

Erasing Borders Dance Festival

September 23-24 at 7 PM; September 25 virtual
Ailey Citigroup Theatre, 405 West 55 St.

On this popular annual celebration of Indian dance, the Indo-American Arts Council will present 3 different programs, 2 live and 1 virtual. Dance styles include Bharatanatyam, Kathak and more; there will be workshops and talkbacks; and an appearance by the renowned artist Padma Shri Malavika Sarukkai.


April 29 at 7:30 p.m.; April 30 at 3 p.m.
Theater at St. Jeans
150 East 76th Street

Producer Audrey Ross announces a concert of dances she loves: performed by Donna Clark, Christine Dakin, Margie Gillis, Valentina Kozlova, and a group work by Lydia Johnson Dance Company. Choreography by Eleo Pomare, Gillis, Kozlova, Johnson, Janet Collins, and Lorn MacDougal.

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an online cook book

Edward Schoelwer, Director of Red Shell Mgmt., has added a blog of yummy recipes by past and current dance luminaires, including George Balanchine, Misty Copeland, Elizabeth Zimmer, Dante Puleio, Arthur Mitchell, and dozens more.

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