Dance Visions was founded by Beth Jucovy in 1990. Devoted to keeping the Isadora Duncan dances and aesthetic alive and current, the company also presents unique, original works which express our shared humanity in our current times. Often works are site-specific or tailored for particular venues or audiences. We bring pure dance works, dance/theater works and narrated, educational programs to local and wider audiences.
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Children Dancing (and Adult) Classes for teens and Adults- *NEW online Duncan based class Mondays, class for the body and soul! Also ongoing Ballet and Body-conditioning, all being held through Zoom during this time. Contact us if interested. Payment through donation (suggested $5-$15) Privates also available www.childrendancing.net 516 314 2359
Great Neck Adult ED Classes will begin online classes week of MAY 4! NEW: Basic Ballet for Adults, Body-Conditioning- the Nickolaus Technique, and Jazz/Dance exercise. All great classes for keeping all bodies healthy and in shape at this time.
Dixon Place presents "Quarantine 3", curated by Sangeeta Yesley, Dancers and choreographers express their feelings at this challenging time of self-isolation and social distancing during COVID-19 lock-down. Dance works are created between March 27 and April 1, 2020, by dancers/choreographers who have performed in Dixon Place many times in the past in their various dance programs. This evening's program includes Louisa Cathcart's work created at home.
Dixon Place presents "Quarantine 2, curated by Sangeeta Yesley," link: Dixonplace.org/category/dptv/ featuring Beth Jucovy, Mei Yamnaka, Mike Burns & Margaret Wiss, Brenda Neville, Nicole Colbert, Sean Thomas, Boyt x Dr. any Theirauf, Shauna Sorensen, Vanessa Martinz de Baños. Dancers and choreographers express their feelings at this challenging time during Covid 19 lockdown. Works were created between March 27 and April 1 2020. This video is now available to watch on you tube: here.
Description: We will present "Reflection," solo from my work, Landscapes, which will be performed by dancer Ligia Gaissionok for 30-30-30. Join Dixon Place for this very special celebratory finale on Monday, December 30th, featuring 30 dance companies showcasing 3 minutes of work each, saluting the close of the 33rd Anniversary Year for NYC’s pre-eminent artistic incubator. http://dixonplace.org/performances/30-30-30-2019/ Tickets: https://tinyurl.com/y6fe65nx 212-219-0736:
We are delighted to be part of a shared evening program along with Double Take Dance for Fast Forward at Dixon Place. We are presenting Earth Trilogy, a three-part work. The first section includes Isadora Duncan dance solos that celebrate the wonders of our natural world. The second section, Delicate Web, created in collaboration with the performers, depicts how we, humankind, in our self-absorption, have destroyed the precious natural world that we have taken for granted. It alludes to the present-day issues that will challenge us even more drastically in the future…. unless we take extremely dramatic action. The 3rd section, Hymn, is a prayer for the Earth. Hymn is in juxtaposition with, and serves as an aftermath for, Delicate Web. Program includes Tzena as poetry reader, Willow Interfaith Women's Choir, and our ten dancer/collaborators.
Description: 2019 is the 200th birthday anniversary of poet Walt Whitman (May 31, 1819) and we celebrate his legacy with an Isadora Duncan dance program in his honor: I Hear America singing, I See America Dancing. Isadora Duncan was greatly influenced by Whitman, calling him her spiritual teacher. We will pay tribute to these two kindred spirits through word, dance and music. Excerpts of poems by Whitman are illustrated by complementary Duncan dances. Pianist Mark Fiedler will play many of these works live, to the music of Chopin, Brahms, Gluck, Strauss, Schubert and we are excited to have revived "Labor/Famine" created by Irma Duncan to the music of Micheal Sheyne. To learn more about Whitman, Duncan and their connection as well as about this program, see this article in the French publication, IdEas, by Adeline Chevrier-Bosseau.