Q&A Happy Hour with Roni Koresh

Tune in for a happy hour segment with Artistic Director, Roni Koresh with conversations guided by your questions!

JOIN THE CONVERSATION…
This series will give you an insider look into the company, artistic process, and will invite special guests to join the chat. All questions are welcomed during and before the streaming.

Q&A will be live streamed on  Instagram Account and Facebook page

ONLINE – ARTIST HOUSE /Asya Zlatina + Dancers – Maybe Even Higher

Join ARTIST HOUSE /Asya Zlatina + Dancers for a re-instating of our cancelled show. We may not meet in person, but can do it virtually. Get tickets and receive a viewing link good for the day, then chat with the dancers on Zoom to say hi, ask any questions and find out more about the creative process.

Zoom hang will be at 8pm EST .

The show, premiered Oct. 2019 at the Performance Garage, was inspired by children’s drawings for the Terezin concentration camp and ghetto. We bring each image to life through dance and Brahm’s 16 waltzes.

Q&A Happy Hour with Roni Koresh

Tune in for a happy hour segment with Artistic Director, Roni Koresh with conversations guided by your questions!

JOIN THE CONVERSATION…
This series will give you an insider look into the company, artistic process, and will invite special guests to join the chat. All questions are welcomed during and before the streaming.

Q&A will be live streamed on  Instagram Account and Facebook page

ONLINE: May 2020 Process Project

Process Project is a series that Fidget initiated back in June 2009 that puts the creative process in a performative situation, and hinges on intimate and in-depth dialogue with audiences before and after each event.

We invite you to join us to watch a live, 30-minute improvised performance by Megan Bridge and Peter Price EVERY NIGHT, Tuesday-Saturday, here on FB Live. And of course, it wouldn’t be a Process Project without the post-performance discussion—bring your own glass of wine and join us for conversation on Zoom! RSVP below (FREE) to get the Zoom information!

ONLINE: May 2020 Process Project

Process Project is a series that Fidget initiated back in June 2009 that puts the creative process in a performative situation, and hinges on intimate and in-depth dialogue with audiences before and after each event.

We invite you to join us to watch a live, 30-minute improvised performance by Megan Bridge and Peter Price EVERY NIGHT, Tuesday-Saturday, here on FB Live. And of course, it wouldn’t be a Process Project without the post-performance discussion—bring your own glass of wine and join us for conversation on Zoom! RSVP below (FREE) to get the Zoom information!

ONLINE: May 2020 Process Project

Process Project is a series that Fidget initiated back in June 2009 that puts the creative process in a performative situation, and hinges on intimate and in-depth dialogue with audiences before and after each event.

We invite you to join us to watch a live, 30-minute improvised performance by Megan Bridge and Peter Price EVERY NIGHT, Tuesday-Saturday, here on FB Live. And of course, it wouldn’t be a Process Project without the post-performance discussion—bring your own glass of wine and join us for conversation on Zoom! RSVP below (FREE) to get the Zoom information!

ONLINE – Koresh Dance Livestream Performance of Somewhere in Between

Koresh Dance Company celebrates 30 years! Until we can dance for you again at the theater, we are committed to sharing the joy and beauty of dance from our screen to yours.

Up Next…
SOMEWHERE IN BETWEEN (2010)

This work is a reflection of the past while still looking towards the future. It is only in acknowledging your strengths and weaknesses that you can move on with a renewed and clearer vision. This piece is inspired by the words of Karl Mullen as choreographer Roni Koresh breathes new life into his work and discovers how the past has shaped his present.

**Streaming on the Koresh Dance website and Facebook page**

Virtual Tango Festival

From May 22-25, the Virtual Tango Festival will present a four-day celebration of tango through group classes (for individuals and couples), lectures, and concerts – all offered online. The goal is to keep the tango community inspired and connected during this extended period when we can’t be physically in each other’s arms.

SCHEDULE FOR FRIDAY MAY 22nd
2-3 pm:
Yoga for Tango Dancers – Carolyn Merritt
3:30-4:30 pm: Make a Tango Notebook (Class on bookmaking) – Kristin Balmer
3:30-4:30 pm: Individual Technique for Followers & Leaders: Practical and dynamic exercises that can be practiced in very small spaces.Includes exercises for axis, alignment, balance and adornments. (Class for individuals) – Octavio Fernandez & Carla Marano
5-5:30 pm: Lovingkindness Meditation (FREE activity for everyone) – Communally setting a loving and positive intention for the worldwide tango community and for the world as a whole during this challenging time. Led by Mitra Martin, with live music played by Korey Ireland.
5:30-6:30 pm: Virtual Happy Hour (free)
6:30-7:30 pm: Understanding Milonga Traspie – Musicality (Class for individuals) – Oliver Kolker
6:30-8 pm: How Was Tango Born? (Lecture) – Leandro Ragusa (bandoneonist)
8:30-9:30 pm: Concert by pianist Pablo Estigarribia

ONLINE: May 2020 Process Project

Process Project is a series that Fidget initiated back in June 2009 that puts the creative process in a performative situation, and hinges on intimate and in-depth dialogue with audiences before and after each event.

We invite you to join us to watch a live, 30-minute improvised performance by Megan Bridge and Peter Price EVERY NIGHT, Tuesday-Saturday, here on FB Live. And of course, it wouldn’t be a Process Project without the post-performance discussion—bring your own glass of wine and join us for conversation on Zoom! RSVP below (FREE) to get the Zoom information!

ONLINE – Koresh Dance Livestream Performance of Somewhere in Between

Koresh Dance Company celebrates 30 years! Until we can dance for you again at the theater, we are committed to sharing the joy and beauty of dance from our screen to yours.

Up Next…
SOMEWHERE IN BETWEEN (2010)

This work is a reflection of the past while still looking towards the future. It is only in acknowledging your strengths and weaknesses that you can move on with a renewed and clearer vision. This piece is inspired by the words of Karl Mullen as choreographer Roni Koresh breathes new life into his work and discovers how the past has shaped his present.

**Streaming on the Koresh Dance website and Facebook page**