Ballet

Ballet

American Ballet Theater

American Ballet Theater

Sunday, November 13, 7:00 pm

Location:
Lyndon Institute Auditorium
168 Institute Circle
Lyndon Center, VT

Reserved seats: Adults – $52, $42, $32, $15. Students 18 and under – $15.
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Fall For Dance

Fall For Dance

FALL FOR DANCE is Stone Valley Dance Collective's inaugural stage performance that will feature an inspiring program of new choreography to include modern dance, contemporary ballet, rhythm tap, jazz dance, hoop dance, and contact improvisation. The Stone Valley Dance Collective is a newly formed group of dance professionals and enthusiasts dedicated to bringing quality dance classes and performance opportunities for adults in the Rutland County area.

Camille A. Brown & Dancers

Camille A. Brown & Dancers

A dance journey through the African American experience by the riveting choreographer.

Powerful themes and explosive choreography lie at the heart of Brown's trilogy on race, culture and identity comprised of Mr. TOL E. RAncE (2012), BLACK GIRL: Linguistic Play (2015) and ink (2018). The evening's program features highlights from the three mesmerizing works which use modern, hip hop, African, ballet and tap dance styles to tell stories that connect history with contemporary culture.

2022 JUNCTION DANCE FESTIVAL

2022 JUNCTION DANCE FESTIVAL

We are thrilled to introduce the first Junction Dance Festival, a three-day dance fest to expose and share with the community the wonderful talent of local amateur and professional dance artists. 40+ dancers from Vermont, New Hampshire and beyond will be gathering in downtown White River Junction for a whole week-end and will introduce you to their specific dance style and mode of choreographic expression.

Dance Theatre of Harlem Artistic Encounter at the Hood in conjunction with the "Drawing Lines" exhibit

Dance Theatre of Harlem Artistic Encounter at the Hood in conjunction with the "Drawing Lines" exhibit

What does it mean to draw a line? Explore perspectives from dancers and visual artists.

A visit to the Hood museum's Drawing Lines exhibit during the company's summer residency at the Hop inspired this immersive, curated experience. Featuring a wide range of artists including Brenda Garand, Heather McGill and Julie Mehretu, the exhibit explores the expansive potential of drawing a line, whether it's to create divisions and boundaries or to generate space. Four DTH dancers head over to the exhibit hall to perform their interpretation of drawing a line.

Emily Coates & Emmanuèle Phuon: We

Emily Coates & Emmanuèle Phuon: We

Tree stories and ecological rituals. Star dances and scientific instrumentation. These interlocking dance journeys by two choreographers take us inside out, outside in, and face to face with our planetary crisis.

Through site-specific dance, Cambodian classical forms and inter-disciplinary elements, dancer/choreographers Emily Coates and Emmanuèle Phuon unpack humanity's ongoing struggle to fully grasp and represent the environment.

Dance Theatre of Harlem Preview: Hazel Scott Project

Dance Theatre of Harlem Preview: Hazel Scott Project

A first look at the new ballet that brings to life the passionate piano virtuoso who risked her life and career to break racial barriers.

With dazzling choreography by Tiffany Rea-Fisher, the project has been in development throughout the company's three-year residency which began in 2020. The Hazel Scott Project provided the creative and academic focus for one of the summer courses that saw DTH dancers closely collaborate with Dartmouth faculty and students, inspiring conversations on race, activism and equity in the arts.

Dance Theatre of Harlem Master Classes

Dance Theatre of Harlem Master Classes

Dive into the intricacies of ballet styles and techniques with the groundbreaking company. Part of DTH's third summer residency.

Week One
Level: Intermediate
Wed, July 20, 6-7:30 pm, on campus, Garage 131
Led by Sanford Placide, this intermediate-level class offers participants the chance to utilize basic classical ballet techniques in contemporary work.

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