Israeli choreographer Ohad Naharin, director of Israel’s Batsheva Dance Company, set his duet Passomezzo (1989) on the Koresh Dance Company for performances during the company’s 2009–10 season. Naharin also taught a series of master classes in “Gaga,” his signature dance technique, for the Philadelphia community. This is the first time Gaga had been taught in Philadelphia, offering the local dance community a rare opportunity to experience the technique as taught by its founder. Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter proclaimed the opening night “Ohad Naharin Day” in honor of the renowned choreographer’s work with Koresh Dance Company.
Philadelphia Dance Projects has grown into an organization focused on presenting performances and workshops to challenge and develop local artists.
The White Box Residencies invited outside artists to creatively explore and interact with the Center’s physical space.
David Sheingold is an independent consultant providing project development, strategic planning, and fundraising services for arts organizations and artists.
David White is the executive and artistic director of The Yard, the chair of the National Council at the Atlantic Center for the Arts, and the principal and manager of Public Imaginations.
Flamenco dancer Pastora Galván performs in this self-titled work, choreographed by her brother, Israel Galván.
Nunally Kersh works as an independent consultant and producer. Most recently, she served as senior producer of Spoleto Festival USA in Charleston, SC.
Eric Booth, author of The Music Teaching Artist’s Bible, is widely regarded as one of America’s most creative and effective teachers of the arts.
WRTI spoke with Pennsylvania Ballet artistic director Roy Kaiser about the company’s final offering of the 2012–13 season.
Ballet répétiteurs such as Ruanne work one-on-one with dance artists to articulate and find the essence of a character or particular portrayal that becomes distinctive to their physicality.
Artistic Director Nichole Canuso likes to explore “dances that celebrate the awkwardness, humor and surprise in human experience.”
Twelve years after its debut, Bryn Mawr College’s Performing Arts Series presented this work with the John Jasperse Company.
Mike Bullock is a composer, improviser, and media artist whose work encompasses electro-acoustic improvisation, video, synthesizer, voice, contrabass, and bass guitar.