205 West End Avenue, #16E
New York NY 10023
Dancing Across the Atlantic
Nikolaj Hubbe and The American Friends of the Royal Danish Ballet, in cooperation with the Royal Danish Theatre, announce a magnificent new book Dancing Across the Atlantic, USA - Denmark 1900-2014, a history in words and hundreds of photos of the Royal Danish Ballet at home and in the U.S. Author Erik Aschengreen has written a comprehensive history of the renowned company which he has watched for over 60 years, and its close and longstanding relationship to the U.S. dance world.
Books available through Amazon, or by contacting email@example.com, 908.782.2323
West End Theater
263 West 86th Street
Another edition of the popular series of short works by by emerging and established choreographers, presented by David Parker and Jeff Kazin.
Kathryn Posin Dance Company
February 11 & 12 at 7:30 PM
Kaufman Concert Hall, 92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Avenue
Kathryn Posin's company has been invited by the 92nd Street Y to re-open the fabled 900-seat Kaufman Concert Hall. Guests for this special season are Meredith Monk, Theo Bleckmann, and Amar Ramasar (NYCB). Posin will premiere "Climate Control," set to Monk's "Facing North," to be performed live by Monk and Bleckmann. Another highlight of the season will be a reconstruction, by original cast member Lance Westergard, of Posin's famed 1975 "Waves," to music by Laurie Spiegel.
Valentina Kozlova International Ballet Competition
Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway
Dancers from around the world will dance for medals, scholarships and company contracts before a distinguished international panel of judges at the 6th Annual Kozlova Competition.
Keiko Fujii Dance Company
92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Avenue
Dancer/choreographer Keiko Fujii returns with her company of dancers from Osaka, Japan and Hawaii, where she teaches at the University of Hawaii/Honolulu.
The spectacular Dance Parade returns a Grand Marshall leading hundreds of dancers and companies from Union Square to Tompkins Square Park in this joyous celebration of all forms of dance.
Eliot Feld's Kids Dance
Joyce Theater, 175 Eighth Avenue
Feld's amazing young dancers, trained tuition-free at his Ballet Tech School at 890 Broadway, in a program of Feld dances created especially for them.