Zachary Whittenburg isn't just one of the most informative voices in dance writing, he also knows the annual New Dances project as well as anyone, so we just had to ask him what we'll see at NEW Dances 2019. Here's what he told us:
In a brand new work for the 2019 Pivot Arts Festival, Brittany Harlin explores the complementary subjects of what makes us hurt and what makes us whole. We asked Brittany about her creative vision for Don't Forget Your Mother, and here's what she told us:
Boston's Urbanity Dance presents "Fragments", including Jenna Pollock's "the promenade (in progress)" and new works by Shura Baryshnikov, Chantal Doucett, Mike Esperanza , Andy and Dionne Noble, and Jacob Regan. DancerMusic asked Jenna about her work, and here's what she told us:
if you wanted to learn more about dance, or more about music, a very good place to start would be to talk to David K. Israel. DancerMusic's Johnny Nevin did just that, and asked David about working with Bernstein, Robbins, Tharp and Taylor, not to mention his new film about Ballanchine. Here's what he told us:
DancerMusic caught up with Trifecta Dance Collective Associate Artistic Director Joanna Paul to learn more about their collaboration with Cocodāco Dance Project. Here's what she told us:
Florian Lochner and Alice Klock understand the importance — and possibilities — of collaboration. For their first full length show “A FLOCK Evening", they shared not only insightful information about all four pieces in the show, but their exciting future plans for FLOCK. Here’s what they told us:
Symbiosis Arts co-founder Braeden Barnes is exposing Denver audiences to a fresh, global perspective on dance. Here's what he tol
MDC Company Manager Josh Fletcher gives us the inside scoop on the magic of Matter Dance Company's "Once Upon" at the Den Theatre. Here's what he told us:
DancerMusic writer Crystal Gurrola interviews forward. the movement founders Kaytee Cox and Ally Sanov on the company's debut performance.
Dezza Dance's performance of "Deep Roots" will take place on April 5th and 6th at Vancouver's Aberthau Mansion / West Point Grey Community Centre. DancerMusic's Melissa Panetta had the chance to speak with Desirée Dunbar, and here's what she told us.