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Dance and Romance at the Church of the Holy Trinity

Today I stopped by the Church of the Holy Trinity to see and of course shoot part of a presentation by Camerata Philadelphia who is in residency at the Church for the 2012/2013 season.

The section I photographed was a trio with dancers Sun-Mi Cho and Eiren Shuman along with Cellist Stephen Framil who also is the Music Director/Chief Conductor for Camerata Philadelphia.

To learn more about Camerata Philadelphia go to http://www.camerataphiladelphia.org but for now enjoy these images from the performance…






All photos by Bill Hebert, courtesy of Camerata Philadelphia & the Church of the Holy Trinity

- Bill Hebert

Bill Hebert (pronounced AY-BEAR), has been photographing performances in Philadelphia and New York for almost 8 years now primarily capturing dance. He has worked such local artists as Montazh, Rennie Harris Puremovement(RHPM), Headlong Dance Theater, BalletX, Winged Woman Dance/Tina Heuges, Nichole Canuso Dance Company and Group Motion among many others in Philadelphia. NY based and touring companies Bill has had the pleasure of working with include: Paul Taylor, Limon Dance, Parsons Dance, Doug Varone and Dancers, Merce Cunningham, RubberbandDamce Group, Les Ballets Jazz de Montreal, River North Chicago Dance and Pilobolus. Bill has also had the pleasure of participating in three photography workshops with renowned dance photographer Lois Greenfield.

Bill’s philosophy and mission is to “Capture the Essence of the Moment” and give the work a life beyond the stage.

Bill Hebert is currently a photographer for The University of Pennsylvania’s Dance Celebration series, was one of the photographers for both the 2008 & 2009 Live Arts and Philly Fringe Festival, Choreographic Sketches in NY, 2010 IABD Conference and proud to be a part of the team for the “By Local” series in Philadelphia which will give local artists a chance to tell their story while doing what they love which is to entertain and enlighten others.

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  1. Bonnie Driscoll says:

    Love your work, thanks for sharing. Living in the country, you bring Art to life for me!