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Inhale Performance Series kicks off 2013 with a diverse line up of artists


KYL/D ‘s InHale Performance Series under the curatorial direction of Jessica Warchal-King and artistic direction of Kun-Yang Lin gets ready to kick off another year of stellar performances on Friday, February 1, 2013 at 7:30pm at  the CHI Movement Arts Center,  1316 S 9th Street, Philadelphia.

KYL/D’s InHale Performance Series offers a supportive environment that fosters creative exchange of ideas, cultivates community and provides opportunities for members of the public to experience a wide spectrum of dance/movement disciplines. Selected artists, chosen via an application process, receive free performance space, technical assistance and audience comments by means of a written feedback form.

To date, KYL/D has presented over 300 movement artists from PA and beyond, including from DC, NY, VA, MD, MI, CT, & IN. The shows have been filled to near capacity.

The 2013 season will open with performances by…

Craig Scull, Haddon Township, NJ
Duanne Lee Holland, Jr, Philadelphia
DanceLink, Allentown
Jeffrey Peterson, Bethlehem
Julee Mahon, Philadelphia
Karim Sariammed, Swarthmore
MM2 Modern Dance, Philadelphia
Sattriya Dance Company, Philadelphia
SHARP Dance Company, Philadelphia
Warped Dance Company, Sheboygan, WI

InHale Performance Series
Friday, February 1, 2013 at 7:30pm
CHI Movement Arts Center,  1316 S 9th Street, Philadelphia, PA  19147
Tickets: $10 at the door or in advance online – click here
**Advance purchase is recommended as seating is limited and performances tend to sell out.

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While not a dancer himself, Weisz’s love for the arts and dance started as a child growing up in New York City. With parents, who were strong supporters of the arts and part of a community with an incredible array of notable artists in music, dance, theater and fine arts, Weisz’s access and affinity for the performing arts took root. Upon attending college in Philadelphia at the University of Pennsylvania in the mid 70’s, Weisz started performing as a puppeteer, magician, juggler and fire eater as a means of supplementing his income. This soon grew in to what became Rainbow Promotions Inc., one of the largest entertainment and special events producers in the region. It was here that he began to promote and book dance for major events throughout the city. Many of the dancers he worked with in the early days of his company are now major choreographers in Philadelphia. At the same time, Weisz’s interest in computers and the early developments of what is now known as the Internet, led him to also start another company, Delaware Valley On Line, which became one of the first regional ISPs. It was this combination of event production, internet development and event marketing that led him to examine the use of the internet as a means to promote the arts. Dance continued to be a major interest for Weisz and in 2005 he founded PhiladelphiaDANCE.org as a major online resource to promote dance in the city. It was soon after that the Dance Journal was also founded as a way to provide an outlet for writing on a range of topics that encompass the ever growing and emerging dance community in the region. Weisz continues to run both PhiladelphiaDANCE and The Dance Journal on purely a voluntary basis with no income derived from any of his projects. He is also the Artistic Director of Graffito Works, a unique platform for dancers and performing artists to create site-specific work and to make it readily accessible to the public.

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