Facing East – a celebration of Indian music and dance in Philadelphia

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Contact
Pallabi Chakravorty, Ph.D.
Email. pchakra1@swarthmore.edu
Web. www.courtyarddancers.org

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Facing East launches in September, amongst the FringeArts frenzy,  as a new dance festival in Philadelphia which celebrates the richness and diversity of Indian dance and music.  It is being presented by Courtyard Dancers on September 18th & 19th at 8pm at the Painted Bride Arts Center in Philadelphia. Continue reading

A New Dance Platform in Philadelphia Has Its Inaugural Launch

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CONTACT
Steven Weisz | Graffito Works
Tel. 610-587-7313
Email. graffitoworks@gmail.com
Web. www.graffitoworks.com

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Steven Weisz, founder of PhiladelphiaDANCE.org, has brought numerous dance programs to the greater Philadelphia region over the years. His newest international project, Graffito Works (translated as “little scribbles” of movement) will have its inaugural launch in June with two performances at Grounds For Sculpture and Shofuso Japanese House and Garden. Continue reading

Inaugural Launch of Graffito Works at Grounds For Sculpture’s Anniversary Arts Party

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CONTACT
Steven Weisz | Graffito Works
Tel. 610-587-7313
Email. graffitoworks@gmail.com
Web. www.graffitoworks.com

Hamilton, NJ – Steven Weisz, founder of PhiladelphiaDANCE.org, has brought numerous dance programs to Grounds For Sculpture (GFS) over the past twelve years. His newest international project, Graffito Works (translated as “little scribbles” of movement) will premiere at the Anniversary Arts Party on June 6, 2015 at 2:00pm at GFS. Continue reading

Graffito Works brings improvisational dance to Shofuso Japanese House and Garden

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CONTACT

Steven Weisz | Graffito Works
Tel. 610-587-7313
Email. graffitoworks@gmail.com
Web. www.graffitoworks.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Philadelphia, PA – Steven Weisz, founder of PhiladelphiaDANCE.org, has brought numerous dance programs to the greater Philadelphia region over the years. His newest international project, Graffito Works (translated as “little scribbles” of movement) will present at Shofuso Japanese House and Garden on Sunday, June 14th at 2:00pm. The performance is included with Shofuso admission. Continue reading

Ballet 180 Unites with Composer Leonardo Le San and WRTI Host Jack Moore to Explore the Impact of Technology on the Arts and Humanity

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Contact: Kelly Murray Farrell
Ballet 180
484-639-9571
kelly@ballet180.org
http://www.ballet180.org
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Celebrated classical composer Leonardo Le San, WRTI radio host Jack Moore, and Philadelphia MainLine contemporary ballet company Ballet 180 unite for “Hybrid” – a work that challenges our definition of art and technology. Continue reading

Tori Lawrence and Co. Returns to the Barnes

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Contact: Eleanor Goudie-Averill
Tori Lawrence + Co.
215-900-0109
goudieaverill@gmail.com
http://www.torilawrence.org/

Tori Lawrence + Co. has been invited to perform a 45-minute site-specific dance & music performance “Holding Place” at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia on Sunday, April 5th (3:30-4:15PM) as part of their First Sundays program. Continue reading

Alchemy Dance Company Reconnects Dance with Shakespeare in Intersect

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Contact: Amy Harding
Alchemy Dance Company
484-680-2200
amy@alchemydance.org
http://www.alchemydance.org

On March 13th and 14th, Alchemy Dance Company will return to the Arts Bank at The University of the Arts and reconnect with their roots as a dance theater company with the world premiere of Intersect.

An evening length work divided into two acts, Intersect combines energetic movement, dynamic rhythm, and powerful emotion to transport audiences into a timeless space to which all can relate. Through the raw emotional energy of Alchemy’s dancers, Intersect explores the visceral idea of the Outcast. Set to original music by composer Jonathan Bowles, Alchemy’s character and movement combine reality and illusion creating a reactive space outside of any specific time. Continue reading