Program 3
Saturday, June 25 @ 2pm

Performances by:

Limón2, NY

Buglisi Dance Theatre, NY

Elise Knudson, NY

East by North Dance, NY

Amos Pinhasi, NY

Kelly Guerrero, CT

JKing Dance Company(JKDC), NY

Amanda Selwyn Dance Theatre, NY

                                                                                       

                                                                                           General ticket : $15


A private Live Stream video link will be forwarded to you 1 hour before the start time, and you will have 5 hours to watch the full performance at your own leisure.

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Limón2

The Bird In Your Hand 

Limón2 was created with the Institute’s most talented dancers, who enjoy an emerging career dancing classic and contemporary works and advancing community engagement through the Limón approach as its newest ambassadors. Limón2 has had the opportunity to work with Antonio Brown, Gregory Dolbashian, Ashley Lindsey, master Reconstructor & Program Director, Kathryn Alter, Associate Artistic Director Logan Kruger, and Artistic Director, Dante Puleio. 
Bird in Your Hand explores gratitude for the possessions and relationships one already has instead of the things one may wish for. The piece features duets, group sections, and solos featuring connectivity. At a time when connecting with others is so significant and necessary, this piece represents the importance of appreciating each day we have and the people we share life with. 

© AnthonyCollins.nyc

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Buglisi Dance Theatre

SOLO In the name of the fire, the flame, and grace

The award-winning Buglisi Dance Theatre, recipient of National Endowment for the Arts grants for its 2021/22 creative work, is acclaimed for multi-cultural, socially-relevant dances on the human condition that reveal the heroic spirit, strengths and vulnerabilities of humanity. Founded in 1993 by Bessie Award Special Citation Honoree/Artistic Director Jacqulyn Buglisi, and Terese Capucilli, Christine Dakin and Donlin Foreman, former Principal Dancers of the Martha Graham Dance Co., BDT performs NYCseasons at The Joyce Theater, New York Live Arts, Ailey Citigroup Theater, and, in June 2022, The Chelsea Factory; tours across the U.S. from Jacob’s Pillow to the Vail International Dance Festival; and abroad in Australia, Czech Republic, Mexico, Israel, and Italy. Since 2011, BDT performs the Table of Silence Project 9/11, a multi-cultural performance ritual for peace at Lincoln Center, seen via live streaming 235 countries/territories. buglisidance.org | tableofsilence.org

© Terese Capucilli

Classic

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Elise Knudson 

A Change of Mind Redux

ELISE KNUDSON (eliseknudson.org) is a New York City based dance artist who is currently interested in developing fluidity between instantaneous and premeditated choreography. When she choreographed A Change of Mind in 1999 it was a study in the contrasting shape and flow. This 2022 duet redux with Sienna Blaw is a study in communicating across time.

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East by North Dance 

2:13 AM

Sarah and Jon have been performing professionally for over 17 years. They have performed in 15 different countries across 5 continents. East By North has performed at White Wave's Solo duo festival, Amelia Island Dance Festival, T2 Versatility Dance Festival. 2:13 AM is a collaboration with photographer Robert Whitman creating the mood of an improvised art installation.

 © Robert Whitman  

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Amos Pinhasi

Planet 

Amos Pinhasi was born in Israel where he performed and choreographed for Tamar Jerusalem Dance Company.


In new York he has presented his own work since 1985 and has been produced by DTW, DIA ,Joyce Soho, Dancenow, The 40Up Project and Danspace Project, White Wave, Cool New York, WestFest among others.

He has toured his solo work in Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Sweden and Israel.
He teaches dance improvisation and Yoga internationally.

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Kelly Guerrero 

Coalesce (Excerpt)

Kelly Guerrero received her BFA in Dance from Montclair State University in 2022. Her work has been presented in ARTS By The People’s Across the Platform, the 2021 Hellbender Student Film Festival, iKADA Contemporary Dance Company’s Falling In Dance Festival, and at Montclair State University. Guerrero has performed in works by Stefanie Batten Bland, Martha Graham, Mark Harootian, Larry Keigwin, Fredrick Earl Mosley, Helen Pickett, Janice Rosario, and with the Sonia Plumb Dance Company. Her piece, Coalesce, explores how to move forward from mistakes. Her nine dancers contributed their interpretations of the concept and inspired movement themes throughout the work.

 © Robert Cooper

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together, apart

Joyce King/JKing Dance Company/JKDC, creating works that arouse diverse perspectives & cultural consciousness through the art of dance & storytelling. JKDC, founded by King, is an all-female ensemble based in Brooklyn, NY. The innovative repertory, presented at over 25 venues, tells stories, some metaphoric, some literal-intermingling human behavior with ballet, jazz, modern, & acting. We address delicate topics & preconceived ideas to awaken aesthetic values & emotional influences.

www.JoyceKingDance.com ‘together, apart’, a contemporary dance dramedy, supported through the music of Mozart, Haydn, Dvorak, & Savfk, is a work-in-progress born out of our experiences during seclusion & an introspective journey.

JKing Dance Company(JKDC)

© Kelly Hogan & Amelia Atteberry

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Amanda Selwyn Dance Theatre

Refuge (excerpt) Sanctuary section

Founded in 2000, Amanda Selwyn Dance Theatre has presented 15 original evening length works and dozens of shorter works at NY Performance Seasons and festival engagements, and offers residencies to colleges and universities. The company has presented over 85 productions at venues including New York Live Arts, Mark Morris Dance Center, Tribeca Performing Arts Center, The Kumble Theater, John Jay College and Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival. Amanda Selwyn Dance Theatre creates dynamic dance theatre that activates emotional expression in a rich and abstract collage. 

 

Refuge is an evening-length moving collage that maps our relationship to our surroundings, our community, our space, and ourselves. Refuge highlights how we create safe space in our lives and is inspired by Francisco Clemente's art installation, Encampment.

 © Berenice Jaramillo

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