Salvatore Capezio Theater

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Address: Peridance Capezio Center
New York, NY    10003

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JCE Jazz Dance Project  | Open: 10/26/19 Close: 10/26/19
The JCE Jazz Dance Project is a celebration of jazz dance featuring 14 original works by emerging and established choreographers. Audiences of all ages will be treated to dances in a variety of jazz styles, from swing to contemporary, and the chance to see the richness of this great American art form.

Featured Choreographers:

Ashley Carter

Teresa Perez Ceccon

Jeff Davis

Anthony de Marte

Danielle Diniz

Tony Fraser

Gregory Kollarus

Vanessa Martínez de Baños

Cat Manturuk

Bobby Morgan

Fréyani Patrice

Spencer Pond

Tommy Scrivens

Jaime Shannon

Ai Toyoshima

Cory "Nova" Villegas

Marian Hyun and Merete Muenter, Artistic Directors

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Ate9 dANCEcOMPANY Presents 'Sally meets Stu'  | Open: 05/24/14 Close: 05/31/14
Danielle Agami & Ate9 dANCEcOMPANY present 'Sally meets Stu'

Performances on
May 24th and May 31st
8:30pm

Location:
Salvatore Capezio Theater
126 E 13th St,
New York, NY 10003


"'Sally meets Stu' is not really about a Sally and a Stu, they are only there to show and tell us something about us. I love opening questions for discussion without using even one word - I believe that while meeting Sally and Stu, we agree with missing the answers - I offer us to lean back and enjoy the unpredictable." - Agami

With a cast of 9 dancers Agami brings to the stage a unique full evening piece. The combination between live narration, a tasteful sound track and the original vocabulary by Agami, completes a rich entertaining experience for the audience.

"The Dancing will knock you flat." - Seattle Weekly
"Serious and committed, Ate9 demanded to be watched." - LA Times

Choreography: Danielle Agami

Original Text: Nadav Heyman

Costumes: Natalie Capell / Atelier De Moda, Barcelona / http://www.nataliecapell.com

Lighting Design: AJ Munie

Commissioned by: Velocity Dance Center with additional sponsorship from Cornish College for the Arts

Awards/Recognition: 2013 1st prize recipient at The McCallum Theatre's 16th Annual Choreography Festival

Cast:

Nadav Hayman:
Graduated with a psychology degree from the University of Puget Sound and spends most of his time writing. He joined Ate9 in August 2012 and among his many hats, Heyman films , edits and writes original text for Ate9.

Ariana Daub:
Was born in New York and recently graduated from CalArts with a BFA in performance and choreography. Joined Ate9 in June 2012.

Genna Moroni:
Graduated from the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts and magna cum laude from UCLA. She has acted as Barak Marshall's choreographic assistant and rehearsal director both in L.A. and in Israel. Joined Ate9 in June 2012.

David Maurice
Trained under Cesar R. Degollado while attending the University of Arizona School of Dance. After college he joined Luna Negra Dance Theater as an apprentice. David joined Ate9 in January 2013.

Sarah Lyman
Attended Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in Dallas, Texas. In her senior year, Sarah moved to attend the San Francisco Conservatory of dance where she studied for two and a half years. She moved to Los Angeles in January 2013 to join Ate9.

Sarah Butler
Trained at the Marin Ballet School, Cornish College of the Arts and received additional training from the Gaga Workshop in Tel Aviv as well as the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance. She joined Ate9 in June 2012.

Rebecah Goldstone
Originally from Santa Fe, NM. She trained at Moving People Dance, Santa Fe and graduated with a BFA from The Boston Conservatory in 2012. She moved to Seattle WA in June 2012 to work with Ate9.

Scott McCabe
Originally from Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. Graduated in 2013 with a BFA from The Juilliard School. Joined Ate9 in 2013.

Artistic Director:
Danielle Agami was born in Israel in 1984. She studied at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance High School and was a member of the Batsheva Dance Company from 2002-2010. Between 2007-2009, Agami served as the artistic director of Batsheva Dancers Create and functioned as the company's rehearsal director from 2008-2010, during which she received the Yair Shapira Prize for Excellence in Dance in 2009.

After 8 years with the BatSheva Dance Company, Danielle decided to make a change and relocated to New York, where she functioned as Senior Manager of Gaga U.S.A. Since arriving in the U.S., Agami met and taught thousands of dancers. During 2011 she created original work at Rutgers University (NJ), Boston Conservatory (MA), Springboard Montreal, Cornish College for the Arts (WA) and more. After relocating to Seattle, Agami founded Ate9 as her first longitudinal project - a discovery of her artistic voice as a dancer, choreographer, and teacher. In 2012 Agami created Sally meets Stu and Sheila for Ate9. During 2013, Agami presented TacTics in L.A, Shula in Israel, a new work for the BatSheva Ensemble, This Time Tomorrow for Northwest Dance Project and Invisible Cities for The Industry Opera and LA Dance Project.

For years now, Danielle has been traveling across the world as an ambassador of Ohad Naharin. Agami is a Gaga teacher and enjoys staging Naharin's repertory when needed. In the past few years, Agami staged his work for Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Ballet Atlanta, Ita Dansa / Barcelona, the Juilliard School in NY, and more. Agami and Naharin see a future of collaboration between them - maintaining their friendship, sharing their knowledge while thriving to continue and share Art.


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New York Jazz Choreography Project  | Open: 04/12/14 Close: 04/13/14
The New York Jazz Choreography Project is a celebration of jazz dance featuring 14 original works by emerging and established choreographers. Audiences of all ages will be treated to dances in a variety of jazz styles, from swing to contemporary, and the chance to see the richness of this great American art form.

Featured Choreographers:
Crystal Chapman
Megan Doyle
Stephanie Heroux
Richard J. Hinds
Monica and Emily Hogan
Michael Jagger and Evita Arce
Joyce King
Lara Luzim
Cat Manturuk
Christy Rak-Samson and Courtney Goerge
Sue Samuels
Kirsten Schwartz
Alan Spaulding
Amy VanKirk

Artistic Directors:
Marian Hyun
Merete Muenter


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Elements  | Open: 02/02/13 Close: 02/03/13
Two performances by Azul Dance Theatre/ Yuki Hasegawa will be presented in February 2nd and 3rd, 2013 at Salvatore Capezio Theatre at Peridance Center, a minute from the Union Square in the New York City. The dance works are created by 4 Asian female choreographers: Yuki Hasegawa (artistic director,) Hsiao-Ting Hsieh & Hsiao-Wei Hsieh, and Kanako Yokota.

In Yuki's premiere work, "ELEMENTS," she expresses the energy flow of the body, emotions, and Asian philosophy through the dancers' movements based on the theme: the relationship between the human nature and four elements, such as Water, Wind, Soil, and Fire.

Yuki also synthesized dance improvisation and Sword fighting to create her cultural influenced work, "Mugen," utilizing the Japanese traditional props, such as, Fans, Umbrellas, and Swords.

Do not miss the pre-show : Multimedia Installation by Purring Tiger.

Dancers: Jenny Efremcua, Atsunori Hayamizu, Hsiao-Ting Hsieh, Hsiao-Wei Hsieh, Kiori Kawai, Jiseon Park, Jaime Shannon, Katie Sloan, Harunobu Sugita,Yayoi Suzuki, Kana Takahashi, Hitomi Tsumura, Emi Ueda, and Kanako Yokota.
Cello:Nan-Cheng Chen

http://www.azuldancetheatre.com


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Sensedance: Obsession | Calm  | Open: 01/20/13 Close: 01/20/13
New works by choreographer Henning Rübsam and his stellar ensemble SENSEDANCE include the premieres "obsession | calm" and "Brahms Dances."Last season's stunning "HALF - LIFE" will be seen with a new cast.“It is apparent that Mr. Rübsam has imbued his dancers with all of the beauty and passion of his imaginative genius.” Sue Salko, nytheaterguide.com (Nov. 7, 2011)dancers: Cynthia Dragoni, Uthman Ebrahim, Erin Ginn, Temple Kemezis, Oisin Monaghan, Maria Phegan, Juan Rodriguez, Henning Rübsam, Jacqueline Stewart, Matt Van.


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New York Moves  | Open: 01/19/13 Close: 01/19/13
"New York Moves- Downtown" is part of our dance concert series presenting the work soley of New York choreographers in effort to raise money for victims of Hurricane Sandy!
This is the second showing.

January 19th 2013 8pm
Salvatore Capezio Theater at Peridance
126 East 13th st
New York, NY


WORKS PRESENTED BY:
Lauren Adams
Sidra Bell Dance New York
Beings Dance
R.E.D(Rhapsody En Dance)-Rhapsody James
Calen Kurka
Billy Larson
Shelly Hutchinson
David Marquez
The Next Stage Project-Marijke Eliasberg, Jana Hicks
Synthesis Dance Project- Tracie Stanfield
Kristen Sudeikis

Tickets $20
Student discount $15

Our mission is to provide direct monetary relief to those in the New York City area during their recovery and rebuild phase from this disaster.
100% of the proceeds will go to Lower East Side Recovers.org


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ELEMENTS Azul Dance Theatre/ Yuki Hasegawa  | Open: 11/03/12 Close: 11/04/12
Two performances by Azul Dance Theatre/ Yuki Hasegawa at Salvatore Capezio Theatre at Peridance Capezio Center(NY)in November 3rd and 4th. An Artistic Director/ Choreographer Yuki Hasegawa presents her new works, "Mugen," and "ELEMENTS," addition to the multicultural influenced dance work, "Return to the River (2012) which presented at Cool New York Dumbo Dance Festival in Feburary 2012.
Guest Artist: Kanako Yokota, Hsiao-Wei Hsieh Hsiao-Ting Hsieh, Kiori Kawai Aaron Sherwood, and Juri Nishio
Performers: Harumi Elders, Atsunori Hayamizu, Katie Sloan, Harunobu Sugita, Hitomi Tsumura,Yayoi Suzuki, and Emi Ueda


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Sensedance: Obsession | Calm  | Open: 10/27/12 Close: 10/28/12
New works by choreographer Henning Rübsam and his stellar ensemble SENSEDANCE include the premieres "obsession | calm" and "Brahms Dances."Last season's stunning "HALF - LIFE" will be seen with a new cast.“It is apparent that Mr. Rübsam has imbued his dancers with all of the beauty and passion of his imaginative genius.” Sue Salko, nytheaterguide.com (Nov. 7, 2011)


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Sobers & Godley presents Revisit and MEN  | Open: 10/20/12 Close: 10/21/12
Sobers & Godley will have their 2nd NYC Season with two exciting programs of work by 10 companies.

Program A-October 20th: Revisit
Simone Sobers Dance, Project 44, and Sobers & Godley will showcase repertory works that include works by Bradley Shelver (company premiere), Sidra Bell (2010), and Nellie Rainwater (world premiere).

Program B-October 21st: MEN
An evening of work by male choreographers: Gierre Godley, Bradley Shelver, Malcolm Low, Jeremy McQueen, Austin Diaz & Jonathan Campbell, Matthew Flatley & Robert Vail, Billy Bell, Aaron McGloin, and James Atkinson.

Salvatore Capezio Theater at Peridance Capezio Center
Saturday, October 20th, 2012 7:30pm
Sunday, October 21st, 2012 2:30pm

ABOUT- Sobers & Godley
Sobers & Godley founded in 2009 by Simone Sobers and Gierre Godley is a dynamic and versatile partnership created with the intent to perform,create, and produce contemporary works with a heartrending voice. Sobers and Godley fuse physicality, sensuality, and raw emotion to create a real experience for their audience. In addition to creating their own work, Sobers and Godley perform repertory pieces that include work by Camille A. Brown, Sidra Bell, Troy Powell, Nathan Trice, Adam Barruch, Nellie Rainwater and Sydney Skybetter/Jessy Smith. The duet had their first full- length evening at NYU Atlas Theater in May 2010. Since then the duet has been presented by White Wave Dumbo Dance Festival: Grand Finale, Let's Dance: East Flatbush Dance Festival, St. Mark's Church, as celebrity guest artists 3rd Annual Let's Dance to Health Showcase in Arkansas, a shared co-produced evening in Green Space: Take Root Series, the Chorlton Arts Festival in Manchester, England, Houston Fringe Festival in Texas, Centro Maxime D'Harroche in Barcelona, Spain and the Women in Dance Showcase at the Ailey Citigroup Theater. Upcoming perfomances include their 2012 NYC Season at Peridance Theater. The pair have taught master classes at the Zion Arts Centre in Manchester, England, Roehampton University in London and the Debbie Allen Dance Academy Summer Intensive 2011 in Los Angeles. Sobers & Godley are producers for Dance Soiree, a platform for emerging choreographers to showcase their work in New York City and MEN, a show that celebrates and unites emerging and more established male choreographers and dancers!


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New York Season 2012  | Open: 06/23/12 Close: 06/24/12
LJD's New York Season 2012. Four works including two premieres set to the music of Philip Glass, Osvaldo Golijov and J.S. Bach's Three Part Inventions. Last year's dramatic and intense Summer House and the angular and combative Falling Out from 2006 complete the program. Guest Artists include Attila Joey Csiki and Reed Laplau both of Lar Lubovitch Dance Comapny and Max van der Sterre, formerly with New York City Ballet. Founded in 1999, Lydia Johnson Dance has been consistently praised for its distinctive choreography, which uses components of ballet woven seamlessly into a contemporary dance vocabulary. The Company has received positive critical acclaim from The New York Times, The New Yorker and Backstage Magazine for its annual New York Season. LJD is honored to be highlighted frequently in Philip Gardner's Oberon's Grove blog in a series titled “The Creative Process”. LJD has performed recently at both Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival and the Downtown Dance Festival. Ms. Johnson is a Guest Artist faculty member at the Peridance Capezio Center in New York where LJD presents Repertory Workshops for advanced and professional dancers. Capturing a sense of the depth and spirit of the human struggle, Ms. Johnson’s evocative work is noted for an underlying sense of drama, which resonates through the predominantly abstract qualities of her choreography. Music is a powerful component of the Lydia Johnson Dance experience and selections range from contemporary masters such as Osvaldo Golijov, Philip Glass, Henryk Gorecki, to jazz by Oscar Peterson, Thelonious Monk and Albert Ammons.


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