Feb
19
7:00 PM19:00

Dance Theatre Of Harlem,Boone, NC

Dance Theatre of Harlem (DTH) was co-founded in 1969 by then-New York City Ballet’s first African-American principal dancer, Arthur Mitchell, and his colleague and acclaimed ballet instructor, Karel Shook. Moved to action by the assassination of civil rights leader Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., they sought to establish a center for excellence in classical dance instruction for the young people in Mitchell’s childhood neighborhood of Harlem. From these modest beginnings, Dance Theatre of Harlem rapidly grew to become a national and international cultural ambassador for American dance.

Dance Theatre of Harlem's unique legacy is three-fold. As the first permanent black ballet company in America, the organization has been distinguished by its artistic excellence, innovation, and history of having broadened and enriched the aesthetic parameters of the classical dance field within the United States. Over its 50-year history, DTH has performed in 250 cities in North America, in 44 states, and in 41 countries on 6 continents, inspiring diverse audiences with its vitality and expressive power. It has not only brought its fusion of ballet, modern and African-American dance to every corner of the United States, from local schools to The White House, it has carried the best of American culture to the rest of the world. In 1992, DTH marked the end of the U.S. boycott of South Africa and the fall of apartheid with its “Dancing Through Barriers” tour, during which Nelson Mandela declared, “this is one of the most delightful evenings I have enjoyed. I have forgotten all the troubles I have had in my life.” In 1999, in recognition of this commendable, multi-faceted legacy, Dance Heritage Coalition (DHC) and the Library of Congress elected Dance Theatre of Harlem to the list of “America’s 100 Irreplaceable Dance Treasures.”

This performance is funded in part by a grant from South Arts in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.



February 19 repertoire

  • Balanchine’s Valse Fantasie

  • Christopher Wheeldon’s This Bitter Earth

  • Dianne McIntyre’s Change

  • Robert Garland’s Return

More About Dance Theatre of Harlem

For 50 years, Dance Theatre of Harlem has been dedicated to transforming lives through the power of its art and its vision of inclusion and access to all. Founded in 1969 by the legendary Arthur Mitchell and his former teacher, the late Karel Shook, DTH is a globally-acclaimed dance institution that has occupied a distinguished place in New York City’s cultural landscape and at the forefront of American artistic achievement.

Located on a block officially named “Dance Theatre of Harlem Way” in testament to its enduring legacy, DTH now comprises a professional touring company, a school, and a broad range of community programs. Under the leadership of Virginia Johnson, a former prima ballerina with the company who was appointed Artistic Director in 2010, the DTH mission has been revitalized to:

  • Present a Company of African American and racially diverse artists who perform the most demanding repertory at the highest level of quality;

  • Maintain a world-class school that trains young people in classical ballet and allied arts; and

  • Provide arts education, community outreach, and positive role models for all.

The company is a racially diverse, 16-member professional dance ensemble that tours across national and international stages. The DTH Company has performed in 41 countries on six continents, in 44 states, and more than 250 cities across North America. Last year alone, the company performed for nearly 60,000 audience members across the U.S. and reached more than 6,000 during its home season at New York City Center.

Focused on a future that is characterized by expansion and engagement, the company brings together artists from various dance styles and disciplines (e.g. music, fashion) to create new works that influence and enhance the ballet art form. Committed to cultivating a community for dancers, choreographers, and other artists, the DTH company also serves as a pipeline for talent and an ambassador for connection on a local, national, and global level.

The DTH School provides classical ballet and dance training to children and youth from ages three to 18. Cultivating an expectation and spirit of excellence, the School invests in providing high-quality training while ensuring that students of diverse backgrounds feel inspired and supported. Within the walls of DTH, students can feel physically and emotionally safe and are encouraged to explore their greatest potential as artists.

Like the school and company, DTH’s Community Programs address the unique experience of artists of color and provide a forum where experiences of race and culture can be studied, expressed, experienced and discussed. DTH’s community offerings include its flagship Dancing Through Barriers® arts-in-education program, master classes, a Sunday Matinee concert series, open rehearsals and work-in-progress showings that provide insights into the creative process.



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Feb
23
7:30 PM19:30

Dance Theatre of Harlem Wilmington, NC

UNCW Presents Dance Theatre of Harlem

Saturday February 23, 2019 @ 7:30PM

Celebrating its 50th Anniversary, Dance Theatre of Harlem is a leading dance institution of unparalleled global acclaim. In addition to performances in New York City, across the country, and abroad, Company activities that carry a message of empowerment through the arts also include engaging community through education activities for audiences and young people.

Kenan Auditorium

515 Wagoner Drive

Wilmington, NC

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Feb
26
8:00 PM20:00

Dance Theatre of Harlem Naples, FL

Dance Theatre of Harlem

with the Naples Philharmonic
Artis—Naples Dance Series

Radu Paponiuconductor

Pärt/Dove — Dancing on the Front Porch of Heaven
Bach/Limón — Chaconne 

Bach/Garland — New Bach
Various/Moultrie — Harlem on My Mind

The Dance Theatre of Harlem performs two powerful works alongside the Naples Philharmonic with Radu Paponiu, conductor. First is a piece titled New Bach, a supreme expression of post-modern-urban neoclassicism and a tribute to George Balanchine’s neoclassical ballet. Then, the company will present Dancing on the Front Porch of Heaven, choreographed by Ulysses Dove for the Royal Swedish Ballet in 1993. Dove’s spare but demanding choreography invites dancer and viewer alike to live in each moment as if it were their last.



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Mar
1
to Mar 2

Dance Theatre of Harlem Philadelphia, PA

March 1 – 2, 2019  ·  Zellerbach Theatre

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World Premiere // Philadelphia Premieres //Artist-in-Residence

Welcome back the iconic Dance Theatre of Harlem with a world premiere work by Philadelphia native and resident choreographer, Robert Garland. This company of exceptionally trained dancers breathes new life into classical ballet with masterful repertoire performed across the globe. This unparalleled force in dance performs a program of world and Philadelphia premieres.

Program includes:

  • Nyman String Quartet #2 by Robert Garland (World premiere)

  • Change by Dianne McIntyre

  • Harlem On My Mind by Darrell Grand Moultrie

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Apr
10
to Apr 13

Dance Theatre of Harlem New York, NY

Overview

“A KNOCKOUT”

– New York Observer

For 50 years, Dance Theatre of Harlem has inspired the world with a revolutionary vision of a multiethnic ballet company. Co-founded by the great Arthur Mitchell and Karel Shook, the company performs ground-breaking works with power and grace.

Following Arthur Mitchell’s sudden passing in September, we dedicate the 50th Anniversary Season to him, his life and legacy.

50th Anniversary Celebration Honoring Arthur Mitchell
Wed Apr 10 7pm 
An evening highlighting 50 years of thrilling dance including excerpts from such iconic DTH repertoire as The Greatest (Mitchell), Return (Garland), Creole Giselle (Coralli, Perot), Agon (Balanchine), Forces of Rhythm (Johnson), Firebird (Taras), Le Corsaire (Petipa), a special performance of Arthur Mitchell’s Bach Passacaglia by the Dance Theatre of Harlem School and the spectacular and elegant pageantry of Geoffrey Holder’s Dougla closes the program.

50th Anniversary Vision Gala Dinner & Dancing at the Ziegfeld Ballroom follows the performance. Tickets start at $1500.
For more information or to purchase tickets,
info@dwightjohnsondesign.com or (212) 889-4694.


Classic DTH
Fri Apr 12 & Sat Apr 13 8pm
Two evenings of eclectic repertoire featuring new works and revivals that reflect 50 years of DTH artistry. See DTH co-founder & Artistic Director Emeritus the late Arthur Mitchell’s Tones II, a work he created for the company in 1970 as he re-imagined it for this 50TH anniversary year; the New York premiere of resident choreographer Robert Garland’s newest culture bending work Nyman String Quartet # 2, and international choreographer Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s Balamouk, commissioned by New York City Center for the 10th anniversary of Fall For Dance. Geoffrey Holder’s spectacular Dougla closes the program.

Stay after the Friday night performance for INSIDE THE LEGACY: a special post-performance conversation celebrating Arthur Mitchell with Artistic Director Virginia Johnson and founding Dance Theatre of Harlem company members.

CLOSING NIGHT PARTY: Saturday evening ticket holders 21 years of age and older are invited to celebrate with the dancers in the Grand Tier Lobby at a free closing night party! Space is limited.
Pre-registration is required after ticket purchase. 

Family Matinee
Sat Apr 13 2pm
Fun for all ages! Bring your kids to the ever-popular Saturday family program featuring Geoffrey Holder’s DouglaRobert Garland’s Nyman String Quartet #2, and The Greatest, Arthur Mitchell’s moving pas de deux set to song lyrics that perfectly express the company’s mission to transform the lives of children through art, “teach them well and let them lead the way.”

Don’t miss the Meet the Ballerina event after the final curtain!


https://www.nycitycenter.org/pdps/2018-2019/dance-theatre-of-harlem/


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Feb
13
6:00 PM18:00

Happy Hour and Talk: Making Strides Towards Racial Equality

RSVP required: https://brazilfoundation.org/event/making-strides-towards-racial-equality/

Join us for a networking happy hour and talk featuring Luana Génot, Executive Director of ID_BR and Ingrid Silva, Founder of EmpowHer NY.

About the speakers:
Luana Génot is the Executive Director and Consultant in Ethnic-Racial Relations and Business at ID_BR, a non-profit dedicated to promoting racial equality in Brazil’s workforce. Educator, researcher and author of the book Racial Equality, she has a Master’s Degree in Ethnic-Racial Relations from CEFET-RJ and a postgraduate degree in Marketing and Communications from IED-Rio. She has worked in marketing at multinational corporations, and is a co-leader of the Brazilian Women’s Group for Racial Equality Committee - Rio and also a BMW Responsible Leaders fellow.

Ingrid Silva is a professional ballerina with the Dance Theatre of Harlem and founder of EmpowHer New York (@empowher_ny), a collaborative platform to share stories and give a voice to real women. The idea was to create a safe environment for all women to discuss their experiences, difficulties, and achievements without judgment, while always encouraging sorority and dialogue. Silva was the first African Brazilian to be on the cover of Pointe Magazine (June/July Issue 2017). As a cultural ambassador for the U.S State Dept., Silva has performed and provided community outreach around the world.

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Jan
31
6:00 PM18:00

EmpowHer New York Happy Hour. SOLD OUT

DESCRIPTION

EMPOWHER NY IS A COLLABORATIVE PLATFORM CREATED TO SHARE STORIES AND GIVE A VOICE TO PEOPLE WHO ARE DETERMINED TO ACHIEVE THEIR GOALS, DESPITE ANY CHALLENGES THEY FACE. OUR MISSION IS TO CREATE THIS SAFE ENVIRONMENT AND OPEN A DIALOGUE TO DISCUSS TOPICS SUCH AS SELF-ESTEEM, SELF-ACCEPTANCE, OVERCOMING ADVERSITIES, HEALTH AND FEMINISM. 

JOIN US FOR OUR FIRST EVER HAPPY HOUR WHERE A SPECIAL AN INTIMATE PANEL WITH WOMEN FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE WHO WILL SHARE THEIR JOURNEY AND OVERCOMING CHALLENGES. LET’S INSPIRE, SUPPORT, AND LEARN FROM ONE ANOTHER. WE CAN CONQUER OUR DREAMS, TOGETHER AND EMPOWERED!


THE EVENING WILL INCLUDE A PANEL DISCUSSION WITH SOME ROCKSTAR LADIES, COCKTAILS + LIGHT BITES, AND NETWORKING. 


OUR PANELISTS:

  • LUIZA TOJER (ACTIVIST, VOLUNTIER AT QUABALES)

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Jan
26
8:00 PM20:00

Dance Theatre of Harlem, Cutler Bay, FL

Perfomances:

Saturday, January 26, 8:00pm

Sunday, January 27, 3:00pm

The groundbreaking black classical dance troupe, whose visit last season – after a nearly 20-year absence – was such a powerful artistic and community event, returns to the Center. An inspiring force for an inclusive vision of ballet since it was founded by the legendary Arthur Mitchell in 1969, Dance Theatre of Harlem performs innovative classical, neo-classical and contemporary works that celebrate the beauty of ballet and of African-American culture.

This year’s program features a special performance of “Dougla,” choreographed by Geoffrey Holder. This piece will be a collaboration between DTH and The Peter London Global Dance Company, a local troupe recognized as South Florida’s leading professional multi-cultural contemporary dance company. The program’s entirety includes:
• “Vessels” choreographed by Darrell Grand Moultrie (contemporary ballet)
• “Le Corsaire Pas de Deux” by Petipa (classical tutu ballet)
• “Adagietto #5” by Royston Maldoon (striking and emotional ballet set to Mahler’s 5th Symphony)
• “Dougla” by Geoffrey Holder (exquisite pageantry)

Join a Pre-show Dance Talk with dance critic Jordan Levin & DTH artists on Saturday, Jan. 26 at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday, Jan. 27 at 1:30 p.m in the Lab Theater. A post-show discussion with Jordan Levin will also take place at our Main Stage following the performances. 

Appropriate for ages 7 and up. All patrons entering the theater require a ticket regardless of age. This includes children and infants. $5 tickets for ages 13-22 via cultureshockmiami.com. Active military, youth, student, group and senior discounts available. Contact the SMDCAC Box Office for details. Contact the SMDCAC Box Office for details.


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Jan
20
4:00 PM16:00

Dance Theatre of Harlem, Queens NY

  • Kupferberg Center for the Arts Queens, NY (map)
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Event Info

For the past 10 years, activists, artists, and civic leaders have come together at Kupferberg Center for the Arts to honor Dr. Martin Luther King's life and vision. Join us for this year's celebration with Dance Theatre of Harlem, a leading dance institution of unparalleled global acclaim.

Shortly after the assassination of Dr. King, Arthur Mitchell was inspired to start a school that would offer children - especially those in Harlem - the opportunity to learn about dance and the allied arts. Now in its fourth decade, Dance Theatre of Harlem has grown into a multi-cultural dance institution with an extraordinary legacy of providing opportunities for creative expression and artistic excellence that continues to set standards in the performing arts.


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Dec
15
1:00 PM13:00

Ingrid Silva Nutcracker Philadelphia

This year, experience the magic of Berks Ballet Theatre’s production of “The Nutcracker” like never before. The classic tale brings the story of Clara and her beloved Nutcracker to life through classical ballet and Tchaikovsky’s memorable, soaring score. 

Berks Ballet Theatre is no stranger to creating works that excite, now in its 43rd year, the story of The Nutcracker reaches new heights. Come hear the sights and sounds of the season with the accompaniment of the wonderful, Reading Pops Orchestra

Reviews & Features

Dec 15 1pm

Dec 15 8pm

Dec 4pm

Tickets here: http://berksballettheatre.com/tickets/

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Dec
1
7:30 PM19:30

Ingrid Silva Nutcracker Flint Michigan

The Flint School of Performing Arts and guest artists from Collage Dance Collective present the most magical Nutcracker in Michigan. Tchaikovsky's memorable score is brought to life by the Flint Symphony Orchestra.
Karen Mills Jennings Artistic Director
Laura Jackson FSO Guest Conductor

Dec 1,2 Shows

Link here: https://tickets.thewhiting.com/single/SYOS.aspx?p=7783

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Nov
12
8:00 PM20:00

Dance Theatre of Harlem Grand Rapids, MI

Dance Theatre of Harlem

The Dance Theatre of Harlem brings their 50th Anniversary Tour to DeVos Performance Hall as part one of The Series: Creative Expressions of African-American Culture presented by the Grand Rapids-Kent County Convention/Arena Authority Community Inclusion Group. Dance Theatre of Harlem will perform live on stage on Monday, November 12, 2018 at 8:00 PM. 

 

Dance Theatre of Harlem is a leading dance institute of unparalleled global acclaim whose mission is to maintain a world-class school that trains young people in classical ballet and the allied arts. They provide arts education, community outreach programs and serve as positive role models for all. The Dance Theatre of Harlem presents a ballet company of African-American and other racially diverse artists who perform the most demanding repertory at the highest level of quality. 

 

Now a singular presence in the ballet world, the Dance Theatre of Harlem Company tours nationally and internationally, presenting a powerful vision for ballet in the 21st century. The 16-member, multi-ethnic company performs a forward-thinking repertoire that includes treasured classics, neoclassical works by George Balanchine and resident choreographer Robert Garland, as well as innovative contemporary works that use the language of ballet to celebrate African American culture. Through performances, community engagement and arts education, the Company carries forward Dance Theatre of Harlem's message of empowerment through the arts for all. 

 

Ticket prices are subject to change. For current ticket prices, visit Ticketmaster.com. Ticket prices may vary, as market pricing applies to all tickets. Prices may fluctuate based on supply and demand. Tickets may be purchased online at Ticketmaster.com, the Van Andel Arena and DeVos Place box office or charge by phone at 1-800-745-3000.

 

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Nov
9
8:00 PM20:00

Dance Theatre of Harlem Louisville, KY

Show Details

Brown-Forman Midnite Ramble
Dance Theatre of Harlem


For 50 years, Dance Theatre of Harlem (DTH) has been dedicated to transforming lives through the power of its art and its vision of inclusion and access to all. Founded in 1969 by the legendary Arthur Mitchell and his former teacher, the late Karel Shook, DTH is a globally-acclaimed dance institution that has occupied a distinguished place in New York City’s cultural landscape and at the forefront of American artistic achievement.

Under the leadership of Virginia Johnson, a former prima ballerina with the Company who was appointed Artistic Director in 2010, DTH is a racially diverse, 17-member professional dance ensemble that tours across national and international stages. The DTH Company has performed in 41 countries on six continents, in 44 states, and more than 250 cities across North America. Last year alone, the Company performed for nearly 60,000 audience members across the U.S. and reached more than 6,000 during its Home Season at New York City Center. 

Program: 
Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s new ballet Balamouk
Jose Limon’s Chaconne
Dianne McIntyre’s Change
Darrell Grand Moultrie’s Harlem On My Mind
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subject to change

Group pricing is available in select areas. Call (502) 566-5152 for details.

Kentucky Center Members, order through the Hotlines to receive your FULL BENEFITS, including waived fees. MembersFirst ($100-499 donors), call (502) 566-5144. CenterCircle Members ($500+), call (502) 566-5195. Hotlines are open M-F, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Members can purchase tickets for this show starting Tuesday, July 31, 2018 at 9:00 AM by calling the Membership Hotline. 

This performance is funded in part by a grant from South Arts in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts and Kentucky Arts Council.

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Nov
6
7:30 PM19:30

Dance Theatre of Harlem Des Moines, IA

Now a singular presence in the ballet world, the Dance Theatre of Harlem Company tours nationally and internationally, presenting a powerful vision for ballet in the 21st century. The 16-member, multi-ethnic company performs a forward-thinking repertoire that includes treasured classics, neoclassical works by George Balanchine and resident choreographer Robert Garland, as well as innovative contemporary works that use the language of ballet to celebrate African American culture. Through performances, community engagement and arts education, the Company carries forward Dance Theatre of Harlem’s message of empowerment through the arts for all. 

EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES

STUDENT DANCE MASTER CLASS - DANCE THEATRE OF HARLEM

November 4, 2018

Registration is $25 per participant. Please register one participant at a time by completing the online registration form. If you have tickets for the public performance of DANCE THEATRE OF HARLEM, you may select the discount registration price. If you do not have tickets and select the discount rate, your registration will be adjusted and your card will automatically be charged the difference.

Student Master Class: Dance Theatre of Harlem

PROFESSIONAL DANCE MASTER CLASS - DANCE THEATRE OF HARLEM

November 4, 2018

Registration is $25 per participant. Please register one participant at a time by completing the online registration form. If you have tickets for the public performance of DANCE THEATRE OF HARLEM, you may select the discount registration price. If you do not have tickets and select the discount rate, your registration will be adjusted and your card will automatically be charged the difference.

Professional Master Class: Dance Theatre of Harlem

PRE-SHOW DANCETALK

Join us at 6:30 PM at the Des Moines Civic Center on the day of the performance to learn more about Dance Theatre of Harlem and the evening's performance. We will be joined by a member of the company's artistic staff for a thirty minute chat that will include time for audience questions. 

POST-SHOW DANCETALK

Stay late after the Dance Theatre of Harlem performance at the Des Moines Civic Center for a Q&A with the dancers. Join us at the front of the theater immediately after the performance for a chance to hear directly from the dancers about their experiences.

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Oct
22
5:30 PM17:30

EmpowHer New York 3rd Edition.

EMPOWHER NY IS A COLLABORATIVE PLATFORM CREATED TO SHARE STORIES AND GIVE A VOICE TO PEOPLE WHO ARE DETERMINED TO ACHIEVE THEIR GOALS, DESPITE ANY CHALLENGES THEY FACE. OUR MISSION IS TO CREATE THIS SAFE ENVIRONMENT AND OPEN A DIALOGUE TO DISCUSS TOPICS SUCH AS SELF-ESTEEM, SELF-ACCEPTANCE, OVERCOMING ADVERSITIES, HEALTH AND FEMINISM. 

JOIN US FOR AN EVENING OF INTIMATE CONVERSATION WHERE A PANEL OF WOMEN FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE WILL SHARE THEIR JOURNEY THROUGH THE UPS AND DOWNS. LET’S INSPIRE, SUPPORT, AND LEARN FROM ONE ANOTHER. WE CAN CONQUER OUR DREAMS… TOGETHER AND EMPOWERED!

THE EVENING WILL INCLUDE A PANEL DISCUSSION WITH SOME ROCKSTAR LADIES, COCKTAILS + LIGHT BITES, AND NETWORKING, AND DID WE MENTION GOODIE BAGS.

WE’LL SEE YOU THERE!

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Oct
13
8:00 PM20:00

Dance Theatre of Harlem, Atlanta

The company is performing 13, 14 October.

Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre

 

All persons regardless of age must have a ticket for admission. 4 years and younger prohibited. For Accessible seating please call 770.916.2852. No Cameras/Audio/Video.

Sale Dates and Times:

Public Onsale : Fri, 20 Jul 2018 at 10:00 AM

FOX PRESALE : Wed, 18 Jul 2018 at 10:00 AM

VENUE PRESALE : Wed, 18 Jul 2018 at 10:00 AM

ATLANTA BALLET PRESALE : Wed, 18 Jul 2018 at 10:00 AM

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Oct
5
to Oct 6

Fall For Dance New York City Center

15th Fall for Dance Festival

Oct 5 & 6: Dance Theatre of Harlem-8pm

Overview

“A HIGHLIGHT OF THE CITY’S CULTURAL CALENDAR”

– The New York Times

Join us for a season of milestones! City Center’s 75th year brings the 15th anniversary of Fall for Dance, with six world premiere commissions by an extraordinary breadth of creators. They range from the renowned Annabelle Lopez Ochoa for Dance Theatre of Harlem and New York City Ballet’s Justin Peck, to rising talent Gemma Bond; the award-winning Jennifer Weberfor superstars Tiler Peck and Lil Buck; plus new works by tap dance wiz Caleb Teicher and contemporary choreographer Sonya Tayeh. The beloved Sara Mearns interprets Isadora Duncan, and ballet legends Herman Cornejo and Alina Cojocaru unite to enchant. The National Ballet of China and NDT2 bring US premieres, Paul Taylor Dance Company and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater perform favorites, and more. Fall for Dance is famous for its affordable tickets, as well as its geographic and stylistic diversity. The five programs—many with live music—will challenge, delight, and acquaint viewers with astonishing artistry. Fall in love with dance all over again!

Join the conversation #FallforDance

Free Dance Lessons

Come early for free dance lessons in City Center’s beautiful Grand Tier lobby from 6:45-7:30pm before select performances. The classes are free for that evening’s ticket holders. 

Schedule
Oct 2: Caleb Teicher & Company
Oct 3 & Oct 4: Paul Taylor Dance Company
Oct 5 & 6: Dance Theatre of Harlem 
Oct 10: Junior Cervila & Guadalupe Garcia  
Oct 12: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater 
Oct 13: Ballet Hispánico

Fall for Dance Program 3

Tayeh Dance with Heather Christian  Reclamation Map,New York City Center Commission (World Premiere)  Sonya Tayeh 
Dance Theatre of Harlem  Balamouk, New York City Center Commission (World Premiere)  Annabelle Lopez Ochoa 
Nederlands Dans Theater 2  Midnight Raga (US Premiere)  Marco Goecke 
National Ballet of China  The Crane Calling(US Premiere)  Ma Cong & Zhang Zhenxin

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Sep
23
10:00 AM10:00

SOCIAL GOOD SUMMIT #2030NOW

ABOUT THE SUMMIT

The intersection of technology and new media has redefined our understanding of human progress. In the midst of this rapidly changing world, the Social Good Summit focuses on where we’re headed. Held annually during the United Nations General Assembly week, the Summit unites a lively community of global citizens and progressive thought leaders around a common theme: #2030NOW. A dynamic exploration of the world we want to live in by 2030, the Social Good Summit will focus on how we can unlock technology’s potential to make the world a better place.

2018 SPEAKERS

INGRID SILVA

Professional Ballerina with Dance Theatre of Harlem, Activist, Founder of EmpowHer New York

I will be speaking 10:46am 

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THE VENUE

92nd Street Y is a world-class cultural and community center where people all over the world connect through culture, arts, entertainment and conversation. For 140 years, they have harnessed the power of arts and ideas to enrich, enlighten and change lives, and the power of community to repair the world.

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Sep
15
8:00 AM08:00

Real Women Real stories Talk.

Hi Miami I will see you soon!!!

 

MISSION /

In the first edition of RWRS Talk we aim to inspire Women with real life stories and share their cases of deciding to focus on female driven businesses.

TARGET /

Women of all ages and nationalities. 

* The event will be in english.

WHEN /

Saturday - September, 15th 2018

TIME/

 

From 8:00 am to 1:30 pm

 

Tickets Here! 

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Sep
6
6:30 PM18:30

Thursdays@DTH

#Head2Harlem and join us for our in studio, dance laboratory which features the Dance Theatre of Harlem Company in open rehearsal during works in progress followed by a Q&A session with the dancers and choreographers.

FREE!
Thursday, September 6th
6:30 p.m. 

Dance Theatre of Harlem
Everett Center for the Performing Arts
466 West 152nd Street
New York, NY 10031

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Aug
23
6:30 PM18:30

Thursdays@DTH

#Head2Harlem and join us for our in studio, dance laboratory which features the Dance Theatre of Harlem Company in open rehearsal during works in progress followed by a Q&A session with the dancers and choreographers.

FREE!
Thursday, August 23rd
6:30 pm

Dance Theatre of Harlem
Everett Center for the Performing Arts
466 West 152nd Street
New York, NY 10031

*Join in the fun, stay in the know!*
Follow us on social media and enjoy the DTH experience with thousands of DTH fans around the world. #DTH50

Instagram: Dance Theatre of Harlem
Twitter: @dthballet
YouTube: Dance Theatre of Harlem

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Aug
19
10:00 AM10:00

DTH at Harlem Day "Dancing in the Streets"

Join us for "Dancing in the Streets" at Harlem Day! Come, stop, and show us what you've got!

Experience an interactive dance event with our company dancers inspired by movement from Dance Theatre of Harlem's ballet, Return, set to the music of James Brown. Show us your moves during our soul train line! All are welcome. 

FREE!
4-5 p.m.
135th Street & St. Nicholas Avenue
Harlem, NY

Be sure to stop by our table throughout the day to get information on our 50th anniversary schedule and learn more about the Dance Theatre of Harlem Company, School and Arts Education Programs.

*Join in the fun, stay in the know!*
Follow us on social media and enjoy the DTH experience with thousands of DTH fans around the world. #DTH50

Instagram: Dance Theatre of Harlem
Twitter: @dthballet
YouTube: Dance Theatre of Harlem

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Aug
4
7:30 PM19:30

Dance Theatre of Harlem in Lincoln Center

Saturday, August 4, 2018 at 7:30 pmDamrosch Park

Seating is first come, first served, and gates open one hour prior to the performance.

Free! 

For 50 years, Dance Theatre of Harlem has been spreading a message of empowerment through the arts. In recent years, the historic company has used its superlative, multiethnic group of artists to present a powerful vision for ballet in the 21st century. For this celebratory evening, the company dances signature works that embody this impressive legacy. The magic of the night begins with London-born, Paris-based singer-songwriter ALA.NI, who brings the spirit of Billie Holiday and Judy Garland to her jewel box of intimate songs.  

Related Event:

Dance Theatre of Harlem: 50 Years of Trailblazing History

Panel Discussion with former Dance Theatre of Harlem Company members

Saturday, August 4 at 4:00 pm

‭‭Bruno Walter Auditorium, The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

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Aug
2
6:30 PM18:30

Thursdays@DTH with Annabelle Lopez Ochoa

#HeadtoHarlem and be one of the first to experience the making of internationally acclaimed choreographer Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s new ballet for the Dance Theatre of Harlem Company which will premiere at New York City Center 's Fall for Dance Festival!

FREE!
Thursday, August 2nd
6:30 pm

Dance Theatre of Harlem
Everett Center for the Performing Arts
466 West 152nd Street
New York, NY 10031


About Annabelle Lopez Ochoa:

The Colombian-Belgian Annabelle Lopez Ochoa completed her dance education at the Royal Ballet School of Antwerp, Belgium. After a 12-year long career in various European dance companies Annabelle decided in 2003 to focus solely on choreography. Annabelle is an award-winning and sought-after choreographer that has created works for more than 50 dance companies around the world. She is a versatile choreographer who works regularly within the dance field but also creates for theatre, opera, musical theatre and in 2006, for the celebrated Dutch fashion designers Viktor & Rolf’s project in the Van Gogh Museum. She belongs to the Theater-Dance collective “Fantasten” with whom she created successfully five full-length physical theater plays, which have been performed in numerous theaters and festivals throughout the Netherlands.

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Jul
26
7:00 PM19:00

Victory Dance: Program C

The New Victory is New York City's premier
nonprofit performing arts theater devoted
year-round to kids and their families and classmates. 
Learn all about us.

 

Every summer, Victory Dance celebrates the incredible artistry and diversity of NYC dance with performances specifically curated for young audiences.

Featuring a cross-section of highly accomplished and internationally recognized New York-based companies, Program AProgram B and Program C offer a summer of dance at The New Victory Theater for only $10 per ticket!
 

Part of the theater's initiative to provide daytime dance performances and dance education to City-run summer schools, subsidized day camps and social service agencies, Victory Dance reaches more than 4,000 NYC kids every year. 

Victory Dance is supported, in part, by the Jerome Robbins Foundation, Howard Gilman Foundation, Jody and John Arnhold, public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and the Harkness Foundation for Dance.

 

Performance Facts

90 minutes including interstitials and a post-show Talk-Back

For everyone 8 and up

All tickets $10.

 

 

Come Early, Stay Late!

As a part of our New Victory Family Engagement programs, visit the Jack and Lew Rudin Lobby before and after Victory Dance to dive deep into the different kinds of dance you'll see on stage.

Extend your experience with online engagement and connect with us on social media to digitally discover other cool artist info.

 

The Program

Ephrat Asherie Dance
Odeon (Excerpts)
Inspired by the music of early 20th-century composer Ernesto Nazareth, the unique and universally appealing choreography of Ephrat Asherie layers breaking, hip-hop, house and vogue to a buoyant mix of live classical romantic music and popular Afro-Brazilian rhythms with musical direction by Asherie's brother and collaborator, Ehud Asherie.

Parul Shah
Enduring Silence (Excerpts)
Drawing from the North Indian classical dance, Kathak, Enduring Silence takes inspiration from women and their ignored sorrows and resiliency that endure physical hardship and violence protected under the canopy of tradition.

Calpulli Mexican Dance Company
Mexika Tiawi! (Mexicans Onward!)
Roughly translated as "Mexicans Onward!" in the Náhuatl language, Mexika Tiawi! is a contemporary interpretation of ancient Aztec ritual dance by choreographers Noemy Hernandez, Daniel Jaquez and Alberto Lopez Herrera.

Dance Theatre of Harlem
Harlem on My Mind (Excerpts)
The world-famous Dance Theatre of Harlem uses music from the likes of Fats Waller, Duke Ellington and Wynton Marsalis to draw on a rich continuum of jazz and burst from the stage in a joyous and soulful ballet.



*All programs subject to change.

 

 









 

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Jul
13
10:00 PM22:00

Afro Latino Fest

DAY 1- JULY 13TH

SCHOMBURG CENTER FOR RESEARCH IN BLACK CULTURE

515 Malcolm X Blvd, New York, NY 10037

10am-5:00pm

 

The conversation around Afrolatinidad that has reemerged in recent years continues to blossom. This year we look to expand the conversation around identity as well as its implications for future cultural, socio-economic and political growth.  

AFROLATINTALKS: #IDENTITYANDBEYOND

Talk 1

Systems of Justice in the Americas: The Role of Race, Ethnicity & Migration

Talk 2

Stand up & Be Counted: The Census, Identity & Resources

Talk 3

The Intersection of Social: Media, Enterprises and Movements

Talk 4

Special Guest Live Talk with Ingrid Silva, Dance Theater of Harlem. Hosted by Marjua Estevez, Latin Content & Culture Editor, Tidal

KEYNOTE & AWARDS LUNCHEON

KEYNOTE SPEAKER
URENNA BEST, ESQ., DIRECTOR, NATIONAL SECRETARIAT FOR AFRO-PANAMANIAN DEVELOPMENT (SENADAP), REPUBLIC OF PANAMA

2018 HONOREES:

Urenna Best, Esq. 

Ingrid Silva, Dance Theater of Harlem

Marielle Franco (P.H.) 

Bernardo Cuero (P.H.) c/o Marino Cordoba, Afrodes

 

 

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Jul
11
6:30 PM18:30

EmpowerHer New York. (SOLD OUT)

EmpowHer NY is a collaborative platform created to share stories and give a voice to people who are determined to achieve their goals, despite any challenges they face. Our mission is to create this safe environment and open a dialogue to discuss topics such as self-esteem, self-acceptance, overcoming adversities, health and feminism. 

Join us for an evening of intimate conversation where a panel of women from all walks of life will share their journey through the ups and downs. Let’s inspire, support, and learn from one another. We can conquer our dreams… together and empowered!

The event will be moderated by Fabiana Saba (TV Host and Founder of Fala Saba)

Our rockstar panel:

Buy tickets HERE

Follow us on Insta: @empowher_ny

Share: #EmpowHerNY 

Visit us: www.empowherny.com

 

*Doors open at 6:30pm. 

*Space is limited. Purchase your tickets asap!

 

FAQs

 

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

ID is required to entire the venue.

 

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Email us at empowherny@gmail.com

 

 

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Jun
10
6:00 PM18:00

Move NYC Gala LET'S. MOVE. NOW. - A BENEFIT DANCE CONCERT

LET'S. MOVE. NOW. - A BENEFIT DANCE CONCERT

 

 

You don't want to miss this ONE NIGHT ONLY performance featuring internationally acclaimed companies and choreographers including;

- MARTHA GRAHAM

- LIMON DANCE COMPANY

- DANCE THEATER of HARLEM / INGRID SILVA

- GIBNEY DANCE COMPANY

- BRYAN ARIAS

- RON BROWN / RESTORATION YOUTH ENSEMBLE

= DARRELL GRAND MOULTRIE

- CINDY SALGADO

- ANTONIO BROWN

- LAGUARDIA DANCE ENSEMBLE

MOVE(NYC)'s YOUNG PROFESSIONALS ENSEMBLE

 

G I B N E Y

280 BROADWAY (Entrance at 53A Chambers Street) New York, NY 10007

June 10, 2018 | 6:00PM SHARP

 

 

$25 Student Ticket

- 1 Ticket to LET'S. MOVE. NOW. - A Benefit Dance Concert

*Must present valid Student ID for admission*

 

THE MOTIVATORS - $50

- 1 Ticket to LET'S. MOVE. NOW. - A Benefit Dance Concert

 

EARLY BIRD TICKETS! THE MAKERS - $75 (VALID THRU 5/20/18)

THE MAKERS - $100

- 1 Ticket to LET'S. MOVE. NOW. - A Benefit Dance Concert

- Admission to post-show VIP reception and 2 complimentary glasses of wine

 

THE MOLDERS - $200

- 1 Ticket to LET'S. MOVE. NOW. - A Benefit Dance Concert

- Admission to post-show VIP reception and complimentary open bar

- 1 MOVE(NYC) 2018 T-Shirt & Calendar

- 2 tickets to the 2018 MOVE(NYC) Summer Finale Showcase

 

THE MOVERS - $500

- 1 Ticket to LET'S. MOVE. NOW. - A Benefit Dance Concert

- Admission to post-show VIP reception and complimentary open bar

- 2 MOVE(NYC) 2017 T-Shirts & Calendars

- 2 tickets to the 2018 MOVE(NYC) Summer Finale Showcase

- DINNER for 2 with MOVE(NYC) Co-Founders & Artistic Directors, Nigel Campbell & Chanel DaSilva

 

"ACHIEVEMENT IS TALENT PLUS PREPARATION." - MALCOLM GLADWELL

 

©MOVENYC2015

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May
31
7:00 PM19:00

The Counterpoint Project.

The Counterpoint Project is a multimedia live performance, exhibition, and panel that seeks to reframe the discussion regarding black ballerinas contributions to dance and visual culture by confronting racial disparities and institutional discrimination that have endured in  American ballet for more than seventy years. The Counterpoint Project seeks to democratize an art form that has traditionally heralded young white bodies and sameness as its most treasured aesthetics by addressing several areas of otherness within the balletic aesthetic including: brownness, muscularity, physical disability, and accomplishment in the field.

The project creates a platform that educates communities about the historical and present  day accomplishments of groundbreaking black ballerinas in hopes of invigorating the consideration of ballet as a viable professional venture for black and brown youths. Seeing women with similar cultural, social, and economic histories dancing through barriers of biases broadens the perception of what is acceptable and fair in the world of ballet, and challenges the field to investigate the potential for intersectionality in the future.

The Counterpoint Project is comprised of five components; 
Original artwork- By contemporary artist Patrick Hammie whose paintings will feature a mixture of grand portraiture and allegories, and blur the boundaries between traditional and contemporary modes of representation.

Live Performance- an evening of powerful solo works will include historical or pivotal works in addition to original work choreographed by Endalyn Taylor and Darrell Grand Moultrie. These powerful dances join the dancers personal truths into a metaphoric embodiment of their imagined self selves, featuring national and international artists Ingrid Silva (Dance Theatre of Harlem, New York City), Cira Robinson (Ballet Black, London) as well as three other intergenerational ballerinas.

Post performance discussion- Moderated by MoBBallet (Memoirs of Blacks in Ballet) Founder and Writer Theresa Ruth Howard

Counterpoint project website-  (counterpointprojectballet.com) which will contain
audio and visual recordings of the process, performance and additional support information
 

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