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2010 in Dance: A Look Back

We’re days away from the end of 2010, so like in past years on this blog, I’m sharing what struck me as most memorable and impressive throughout the year.  Both new and old works performed in a variety of venues … Continue reading

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Baryshnikov and Laguna to Perform in Israel

The trailer for Mats Ek’s Place with Mikhail Baryshnikov and Ana Laguna Mikhail Baryshnikov and Ana Laguna are currently in Israel, where they’ll perform at the Suzanne Dellal Centre for Dance and the Herzliya Performing Arts Center.  The program, called … Continue reading

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Baryshnikov, Neumann, and Paxton in Unrelated Solos at BAC

Three distinguished artists, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Steve Paxton, and David Neumann, presented Unrelated Solos at Baryshnikov Arts Center on Wednesday evening as part of May Nights in the Jerome Robbins Theater.  These strikingly different dancers were at the top of their … Continue reading

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Necessary Weather at Baryshnikov Arts Center

On May 13th, Baryshnikov Arts Center will present Necessary Weather, a landmark collaboration between Dana Reitz, Jennifer Tipton, and Sara Rudner that is making its first New York appearance since it premiered at The Kitchen in 1994. Based on a … Continue reading

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Traditions, Inventions, Exchange

For four decades, Molly Davies has created innovative works that fuse art, dance, and experimental film.  “Traditions, Inventions, Exchange”, which opens at the Baryshnikov Arts Center on June 4, exemplifies the unique, interdisciplinary nature of her work.  The three-part, nine-channel … Continue reading

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