Posts Tagged ‘Dance’
Join us every Wednesday evening for folk dancing and fun with Ruth Goodman and Danny Uziel. These events have no advance registration—just come and bring your friends. Call the Israeli Folk Dance Hotline at 212.415.5765 for location information and schedule updates.
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This is for the September 25th FlashMob performance at the 92nd Street Y’s Street Fair. Meet @ 2:15. Dance at 2:30 SHARP at the STAGE on Lexington Avenue, between 82 and 83rd. Meet in front of the stage.
Thanks for the permission granted by the Fountainheads — a group of young Israeli singers, dancers, actors and artists, all graduates and students of the Ein Prat Academy for Leadership, who have have joined forces to create new Jewish artistic content for today’s Jewish World.
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Choreography by Sandra Cameron which has been done by the Sandra Cameron Dancers many years ago and recreated so that Gene Eagle and Stephanie Hakun (Ballroom teachers at Sandra Cameron Dance Studio) could dance this beautfiul piece once again. Two more performances coming up March 27th at SCDC – guest night and then again at the Y on April 25th – SCDC’s next Ballroom event.
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Intermediate Tap 92nd St. Y Dance Performance – 2nd show
Choreography by Kenny Noth
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Inter Tap 92nd St. Y Dance Performance – 3rd show
Choreography by Kenny Noth
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WNET Thirteen NY celebrates the 75th Anniversary of the Harkness Dance Center in a documentary: Spirit of 92nd Street: The Harkness Dance Center At 75 . You can watch the full 30 minute program this March 08, 2009, at 12pm.
Since 1935, the 92nd Street Y has been a historic home of modern dance, nurturing the talents of such dance pioneers as Martha Graham, Doris Humphrey, Charles Weidman, Anna Sokolow, Hanya Holm, Alvin Ailey, Merce Cunningham, Robert Joffrey, Pearl Primus And Lester Horton. These artists created, performed and taught at the Y, building the foundation for contemporary dance as we know it. Today, with generous support from the Harkness Foundation for Dance, the 92nd Street Y Harkness Dance Center continues to be a home for dance teaching, creation and performance, serving the professional world and the community at large.
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Award-winning writer Anne Carson is “the most exciting poet writing in English today,” said Michael Ondaatje. Carson, an essayist and classicist, is the author of many collections and translations, including Decreation, The Beauty of the Husband, Eros the Bittersweet and Autobiography of Red. Carson made full use of the 92nd Street Y stage for a dramatic reading/performance that has to be seen to be fully appreciated. This is an excerpt of her second piece of evening, “Possessive Used As Drink (Me): A Lecture on Pronouns in the Form of 15 Sonnets.”
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