Art is the way we express and demonstrate our humanity, our culture, our times. At this unprecedented time in history, arts organizations are struggling to stay afloat. We are no exception, we doing all we can to keep our works-in-progress developing and our artists working. We realize we must adjust to the demands of the times and we plan to create remote art experiences. We are also looking forward to the day we can again meet and rehearse and perform in person.
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Thank you to all the individuals and corporations who have supported us in the past!
We are honored to have received over a dozen NYSCA Decentralization and North Shore Community Arts Council Grants. Thank you to NYSCA, Huntington Arts, Long Island Arts Council at Freeport and The North Shore Community Arts Council. Thank you to those individual and businesses who have also supported our mission!
Children Dancing (and Adult) Classes for teens and Adults will continue virtually this Spring - * Online Duncan based class Mondays, class for the body and soul! International participants encouraged. Contact us-Payment through donation (suggested $10-$15). Also online Classical Ballet and Body-Conditioning- the Nickolaus Technique offered twice weekly, AND NEW: Fascia Stretches! all being held through Zoom during this time. Privates and semi-privates also available. Contact us at 516 314 2359. www.childrendancing.net
Great Neck Adult ED SpringJazz Dance Class begins April 9
All great classes for keeping all bodies healthy and in shape at this time.
We are delighted to be part of Dixon places's 30-30-30 on December 30th to celebrate the closing of 2020 with a virtual offering of dance at DP TV, the virtual performance platform of Dixon Place Theater. We will be presenting a 3 minute edited excerpt from "Evening", that speaks to endings and beginning. 30-30-30 is 30 companies, performing 3 minute works on Dec. 30th! Here is the link to the event page: http://dixonplace.org/performances/30-30-30-2020/
and a FB event: https://www.facebook.com/events/899009617534977
Description: "Evening" the film, is a dance, theater, and visual art work based on an original poem. Using nature as metaphor, we find our way in a world where endings and beginnings are inextricably intertwined. We are excited to show a unique version for Elmont Library, a stunning combination of Zoetropsis and Evening, SPP version. Comments on the film: "full of humanity...both the light and the darkness of life." Philip Gardner, Dance and music writer for Oberon's Grove, "The choreography is lovely and well executed. The photography is often stunning. The music is well-chosen," Composer and Musician Leonard Lehrman, writer for Soundwordsight.com, "The idea so brilliant, the poem so moving, the dancers so honest and deeply committed," Barbara Kane, Isadora Dance Specialist, UK. Hear Actress Tzena, discussing her process during developing this work.
Description: We are delighted to be part of a group of six choreographers showcasing new virtual works filmed outside. We will be showing six minutes of "Evening," the film, which was made for Sands Point Preserve, and will be premiering in full. this week-end. (Check back Nov. 20th for link!) With our 7 company dancers and actress Tzena Nicole bringing words to life - the culmination of Kyra Jucovy's poem, the Subject and Power."
Dixon Place presents "Quarantine," curated by Sangeeta Yesley," link: Dixonplace.org/category/dptv/. Works were created between March 27 and April 1 2020. Quarantine 2, with Beth Jucovy: here. AND Quarentine 3,with Louisa Cathcart: here
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.