Artist in Residency at Lakestudios
Jul
1
Jul 31

Artist in Residency at Lakestudios

  • Lakestudios Berlin

This summer Curet Performance Project in residence at Lakestudios in Berlin to create and workshop new work and practice.  Open studio showings, workshops and more coming soon...


Formula I+II Berlin
Jul
17
Jul 20

Formula I+II Berlin

  • Dock 11

Formula I+II is a composition and contemporary movement workshop. As part of choreographer Megan Curet's investigation into systems and the moving body. Using afro rhythmic influence, and contemporary forms to tell the story of home.

Dancers are also introduced to composition methods as they investigate their own body stories of the home. The workshop is formed towards a final showing of rigorous movement investigation. 

Part one I = composition formula.

Part two II = contemporary formula.

Together the dancers and choreographer build a dance. Or rather a home.

Workshop is geared towards pre/professional dancers and choreographers seeking to deepen their practice, research and investigation.

In order to apply: Artists must submit a CV, video of performance or choreographic work and letter of interest to gain from workshop to curetperformanceproject@gmail.com

Selected artist will be required to submit a non-refundable 50% downpayment within two weeks of acceptance. Due to limited space, those who do not reserve will forfeit placement to another artist on the waiting list.

Cost: 4 day workshop intensive 100€ with a 50% downpayment of 50€ within the first two weeks of acceptance.

Early bird special 80€ with 50% downpayment of 40€ within the first two weeks of acceptance by applying by May 7, 2017.

Schedule: July 17th-20th 10am-3pm.

Workshop Structure:

July 17-19th

10am-11:30am Daily contemporary technique class

11:30am-12:30pm Composition forms. Building a foundation for your dance.

12:30-1pm Lunch break.

1-2pm Composition forms. Partnering and focus point. Working with other dancers in the workshop to create a formula of join choreographic story telling.

2pm-3pm Contemporary forms. Each day dancers will learn a new section from choreographer Megan Curets new work Sistema and Haus.

July 20th

10am-11:30am Composition forms. Building a foundation for your dance.

11:30am-1pm Composition forms. Partnering and focus point. Working with other dancers in the workshop to create a formula of join choreographic story telling.

1:pm-1:30pm Lunch break.

1:30pm-2pm Review, and setting. Preparation for studio showing.

2pm-3pm Studio showing, open to the public. Free.

Formula I+II Geneva
Jun
26
Jun 30

Formula I+II Geneva

  • Projet H107

Formula I+II is a composition and contemporary movement workshop. As part of choreographer Megan Curet's investigation into systems and the moving body. Using afro rhythm and Latin influence, alongside contemporary forms to tell the story of home (haus). 

Dancers are also introduced to composition methods as they investigate their own body stories of the home. The workshop is formed towards a final showing of rigorous movement investigation. 

Part one I = composition formula.

Part two II = contemporary formula.

Together the dancers and choreographer build a dance. Or rather a home.

Workshop is geared towards pre/professional dancers and choreographers seeking to deepen their practice, research and investigation.

In order to apply: Artists must submit a CV, video of performance or choreographic work and letter of interest to gain from workshop to curetperformanceproject@gmail.com

Selected artist will be required to submit a non-refundable 50% downpayment within two weeks of acceptance. Due to limited space, those who do not reserve will forfeit placement to another artist on the waiting list.

Cost: 4 day workshop intensive 100CHF with a 50% downpayment of 50CHF within the first two weeks of acceptance.

Schedule: June 26th-29th 10am-12pm with a public showing 19h-21h on June 29th. 

Workshop Structure:

June 26-27 2017

10am-11am Composition forms. Building a foundation for your dance.

11am-12pm Composition forms. Partnering and focus point. Working with other dancers in the workshop to create a formula of join choreographic story telling.

June 28-29 2017
10am-11am Contemporary forms, dancers will learn a new section from choreographer Megan Curets new work Haus.

June 29, 2017

19h-21h Studio showing, open to the public. Free. 

June 30, 2017
10am-12pm
Workshop members are invited to a final contemporary dance class and can invite one friend or mover to join for free as a closing of the workshop.

Formula I+II Zurich
Jun
23
10:00 am10:00

Formula I+II Zurich

  • Tanzhaus Zurich

Formula I+II is a composition and contemporary movement workshop. As part of choreographer Megan Curet's investigation into systems and the moving body. Using afro rhythmic influence, and contemporary forms to tell the story of home.

Dancers are also introduced to composition methods as they investigate their own body stories of the home. The workshop is formed towards a final showing of rigorous movement investigation. 

Part one I = composition formula.

Part two II = contemporary formula.

Together the dancers and choreographer build a dance. Or rather a home.

Join us as part of Tanzhaus Zurich's Friday Wildcard series for an introductory workshop.

 

CPP Season 6 Auditions
Jun
17
1:00 pm13:00

CPP Season 6 Auditions

  • Arts On Site

Curet Performance Project is seeking male and female dancers and apprentices for paid performance role for upcoming 6th NYC season!

Audition is free but requires registration and invitation.

Please register at curetperformanceproject@gmail.com no later than June 14th for consideration and invitation.

Submit the following:

Name:

Email:

Address:

Phone:

CV+Headshot

Visa status

Dancers must be available for evening rehearsal and company class Monday- Wednesday's beginning late August 2016 until Late February 2017 with Thankgiving, and Christmas/New Year holiday.

 

CPP Beginner Contemporary Company Class
May
17
May 31

CPP Beginner Contemporary Company Class

  • Spaceworks Williamsburg Library

Curet Performance Project's beginner contemporary company class is geared toward advancing the movers physicality while introducing them to the companies repertoire and choreographic practice.

The class invites bodies of all backgrounds to come and explore their own flow and movement vocabulary. Combining contemporary technique, and improvisational methodology. The company class is open to all and focused on challenging and connecting the performative body.

Three classes at 5$ each on Wednesdays in May (17th, 24th and 31st) at 7pm.

Classes can be paid in cash at the door or by venmo to curetperformanceproject.

WHAT WORKS II Season 5 at CPR
Mar
31
Apr 1

WHAT WORKS II Season 5 at CPR

  • Center for Performance Research

Season 5 Premiere is Officially Upon Us...And we would like you to join us!

 

March 31 at 7:30pm, April 1 at 7pm
CPR
361 Manhattan Avenue, Brooklyn

**doors open for exhibition at 6pm**

Tickets

Early bird (before 3/17): 3/31: $20 & 4/1: $22

Regular price (after 3/17): 3/31: $22 & 4/1: $25

At door (cash only): 3/31: $25 & 4/1: $30

Curet Performance Project

What Works II is an evening culmination of nearly three years of choreographic research practice. Using taught dance workshops across three continents, the body stories of so many dancers and non-dancers, the collaboration of varying musical and film artist and finally the social struggle of humans across the globe. Megan Curet used these tangible and intangible evidences to create the four works you will see tonight, in aim to answer the undying question, what more can dance offer and create in the spectrum of social and political dialogue? How do we engage the audience outside of the theater to question, challenge and continue the fight for equality and humanitarian justice? Is this even possible to accomplish through dance? What Works II is a dialogue between the moving body and the audience. We hope to incite and inspire you this evening and we thank you for joining us and most importantly, we dedicate this evening to all those suffering injustice across the globe. Tonight we tell your story, and we dance for you.

Choreographer: Megan Curet

Dancers: Ardella BangAshley D’Amboise, Alex Clayton, and Doron Perk

Collaborators: Idan Morim and Edwige de Montalembert

Curator: Weiss Nydorf

Board Members: Nicole Zee and Gabriela Rendon

Staff Administration: Imogen Pickles

**image credit: Nir Arieli**

Choreographers Merge to Emerge 3rd Annual
Feb
25
8:00 pm20:00

Choreographers Merge to Emerge 3rd Annual

Choreographers Merge to Emerge is a production by Curet Performance Project that provides a performance platform for emerging choreographers. Affordable, quality performing arts for the audience and philanthropic contribution to an established organizations.

This years 3rd annual merge to emerge will go directly to the esteemed clean water organization charity: water. Help us bring another clean water project into the world!

Participating companies:

Sue Samuels's

Jazz Roots Dance

Barrington Hinds's

Hindsight Dance

Ainesh Madan

&

Alexandra Rose's

WorkHorse Dance Project

Moving Lines Workshop/Performance Paris
Jan
29
10:00 am10:00

Moving Lines Workshop/Performance Paris

 

Join CPP as they return to Paris offering a contemporary dance workshop on the politics of identity entitled Moving Lines Workshop. Combining contemporary dance, and movement research, to dive into the daring question of who we are and where we are going. 

Using individual body stories and learning repetoire from the companies current NYC season, participants will then perform publicly at Le 104. This is a unique opportunity to work with one of NYC's most exciting and emerging contemporary dance companies. 

 

Studio May B. Tarifs : 25 euros

Stage avec Megan Curet, directrice artistique de Curet Performance Project.

A la croisée entre la danse contemporaine et la recherche du mouvement, les participants seront amenés à utiliser leurs histoires physiques individuelles et apprendront une partie du répertoire de la saison en cours de la compagnie.

Les questions de qui nous sommes et où nous allons seront au centre de l’exploration. Après le workshop, les participants présenteront le travail au 104 à 17h.

C’est une occasion unique de travailler avec une des compagnies de danses contemporaines émergentes de New York.

Workshop Information: 

Fee: 

25 euros for one day workshop (early Bird)

28 euros (standard) for one day workshop

Sign up and reserve at curetperformanceproject@gmail.com and send payment to venmo @curetperformanceproject or click the purchase button below.

Moving Lines Workshop à Paris

 

 

Location: 20 Rue Geoffroy l'Asnier, 75004 Paris, France 

Workshop Dates: January 29th 

Performance Dates: January 29th 

Hours: Workshop: 10am-3pm Performance 5pm.

Fertile Ground at Greenspace
Jan
22
7:00 pm19:00

Fertile Ground at Greenspace

  • Greenspace Studios

Curet Performance Project will be a part of 2017's first Fertile Ground. Join us!

Fertile Ground is a NON CURATED showcase for emerging and/or established artists produced with full production values. The evening consists of work shown by five or six choreographers, followed by a moderated discussion -over wine and cheese- that integrates the choreographers, dancers, and audience members. Participation by choreographer is required. This series offers an excellent opportunity for participants to share new and developing work, then receive informative feedback about it in a supportive environment. 

Tickets available for purchase at the door.

 

Moving Beyond Boundaries: Dance and Politics Book Launch at Martha Graham School
Dec
7
7:30 pm19:30

Moving Beyond Boundaries: Dance and Politics Book Launch at Martha Graham School

  • Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance

Moving beyond Boundaries: Dance and Politics Book Launch with Act.Now Performance/Practice Preview.

Dance has always been a method of self- expression for human beings. This book examines the political power of dance and especially its transgressive potential. Moving between metaphors (which are always beyond metaphors) of contraction and release, the book shows how human beings mobilized dance as a political method of expression and communication.

The immense intellectual heritage bequeathed unto us by dance pioneer Martha Graham is the groundwork upon which the conceptual framework of the book stands. Philosopher and Political Theorist Dr. Dana Mills explores the rich and inspiring interpretation of dance as political through the lens of Graham and shows how she still challenges us- contemporary theorists and practitioners - to inquire how the body says what words cannot. 

Dr. Dana Mills teaches political theory and feminist theory at Oxford. Her first book Dance and Politics: Moving beyond Boundaries is out this fall with Manchester University Press. She will be a Visiting Fellow in Bard College Hannah Arendt Center in 2017. This Fall she is a Fellow of Center for Ballet and the Arts at NYU. She is Guest Faculty at the Graham School. 

Act.Now.

Through a practice that began to form in May 2014, dancer and choreographer Megan Curet uses the art form, dance to create provocative work, to enhance discussion and explore the role of activism through performance. The process resulting in a practice known as Act.Now.  Curet combines her choreographic, teaching, research and performance practice on an international platform.  Creating works that aid in the movement of activism through art and seeing to interact with and inform other bodies through movement and contributing mediums. Drawing from the writing of Dr. Dana Mills and her time spent dancing in Israel, Curet will present her research and work developed out of Act. Now. entitled UnDoing.

Megan Curet, a dancer and choreographer native of New York City, received scholarship to train at the Martha Graham School following her Bachelors in Theater and Dance Performance at Queens College.  After creating the dance company Curet Performance Project while studying at the Graham school, Curet went on to receive her Masters in Dance Studies Research from Roehampton University in London.  Curet has taught, choreographed and performed both nationally and internationally. Her research has also been presented at Utrecht University.

Moving Lines Havana, Cuba
Dec
3
2:00 pm14:00

Moving Lines Havana, Cuba

  • Casa Del Son

Megan Curet brings her international dance workshop for the first time ever to Havana Cuba's Casa Del Son on Saturday December 3rd at 2pm.

Moving Lines Workshop pt 3
Nov
14
7:00 pm19:00

Moving Lines Workshop pt 3

  • Center of Performance Research

Moving Lines Workshop pt 3

This upcoming season 5 will offer a series of ongoing workshops at Center of Performance Research in Brooklyn. With a focus on the exploration of walls and the human condition in response to conflict.  Curet's ongoing practice as research will aid in the development of her newest work entitled  "Boarder Control: Are There Enough Walls Yet?" As part of season 5 What Works II? Dancers and Movers are invited to workshop the new work and contribute to the production and development of the newest work.

·       An international contemporary movement research workshop

·       Combining composition, movement investigation and contemporary dance vocabulary

·       The workshop revolves around Curet’s choreographic practice and aims to engage others in the early workshop stages of CPP’s repertoire

§  Toured throughout the UK, Caucuses region and Europe

§  Ages 15 and up

§  Contemporary dance technique used combining both Graham based modern dance and elements of Gaga research methodics

Moving Lines Workshop Series
Moving Lines Workshop pt 2
Oct
25
7:00 pm19:00

Moving Lines Workshop pt 2

  • Center of Performance Research

Moving Lines Workshop pt 2

This upcoming season 5 will offer a series of ongoing workshops at Center of Performance Research in Brooklyn. With a focus on the exploration of walls and the human condition in response to conflict.  Curet's ongoing practice as research will aid in the development of her newest work entitled  "Boarder Control: Are There Enough Walls Yet?" As part of season 5 What Works II? Dancers and Movers are invited to workshop the new work and contribute to the production and development of the newest work.

·       An international contemporary movement research workshop

·       Combining composition, movement investigation and contemporary dance vocabulary

·       The workshop revolves around Curet’s choreographic practice and aims to engage others in the early workshop stages of CPP’s repertoire

§  Toured throughout the UK, Caucuses region and Europe

§  Ages 15 and up

§  Contemporary dance technique used combining both Graham based modern dance and elements of Gaga research methodics

Moving Lines Workshop Series
Queens College Art Festival
Oct
23
12:00 pm12:00

Queens College Art Festival

  • Queens College

Queens College Dean of Arts and Humanities Bill McClure and Kupferberg Center for the Arts present the First Queens College Student Arts Festival to take place in October 2016. 

Students will curate the festival with the goal of highlighting and showcasing the variety and quality of the arts on the QC campus.

Come see CPP perform UnDoing on Sunday October 23rd at 12pm and 2:30pm at Lefrak.

 

CPP in Philadelphia @ The Whole Shebang!
Oct
16
3:00 pm15:00

CPP in Philadelphia @ The Whole Shebang!

  • The Whole Shebang

Curet Performance Project comes to Philadelphia for the first time! As part of it's current Season 5, CPP a contemporary Dance Company will be at The Whole Shebang on Sunday October 16th as part of a whole day residency.

The residency will include workshops, open rehearsal, development of a new project and a final in studio showing/performance.

Attend part of or ALL of the days residency and also take part in the performance.

See details below:

3pm will be an open rehearsal for public to attend and observe the process of the companies choreographic development of new work Border Control: Are There Enough Walls Yet.

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6pm will be a Moving Lines workshop open to dancers and non dancers. Cost of this workshop will be 20$ and participants will be able to perform what they develop through movement research at the later open studio showing.

(spaces are limited to 10 persons only/advance registration is recommended) All purchases are final and non refundable. You may however transfer the purchase, email curetperformanceproject@gmail.com to give the name of the new attendee in your place.

Workshop description: Moving Lines, a focus on the exploration of walls and the human condition in response to conflict. As part of Curet's ongoing practice as research, the workshop will aid in the development of her newest work entitled "Boarder Control: Are There Enough Walls Yet?" As part of season 5 What Works II? Dancers and Movers are invited to workshop the new work and contribute to the production and development of the newest work. Contemporary movement vocabulary based with a strong focus on movement research.

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7pm will be a public showing of the work for a small suggested donation of 5$, workshop participants are encouraged to invite friends and family to see the work.

Workshop

 

 

Arts on Site
Oct
8
8:00 pm20:00

Arts on Site

  • Arts on Site

Come see CPP perform excerpts of new work in process Border Control: Are There Enough Walls Yet. At the amazing new location for artists created BY the artist. Arts on Site. 

Intimate Series CANCELLED
Sep
30
8:00 pm20:00

Intimate Series CANCELLED

  • Williamsburg Movement and Arts Center

The Intimate Series fosters creativity amongst evolving and emerging choreographers by providing a safe space in which to develop new work while experimenting with new modes of establishing dialogue with audiences.

Catch CPP taking part on Friday September 30th at 8pm!

Performing UnDoing.

Post show talk back over wine will be available.  Come join a diverse group of NYC dancers and choreographers.

Prince Concert Tribute @ BAAD
Sep
30
Oct 1

Prince Concert Tribute @ BAAD

  • Bronx Academy of Art and Dance

Come witness an evening of movement and celebration for the late great Prince. Hosted by BAAD.  Featuring a new commissioned work by artistic director Megan Curet. Alongside a line up of talented artist of the NYC dance scene.

2 SHOWS:

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30TH AND OCTOBER 1ST AT 7:30PM

Moving Lines Workshop pt 1
Sep
20
7:00 pm19:00

Moving Lines Workshop pt 1

  • Center of Performance Research

Moving Lines Workshop pt 1.

This upcoming season 5 will offer a series of ongoing workshops at Center of Performance Research in Brooklyn. With a focus on the exploration of walls and the human condition in response to conflict.  Curet's ongoing practice as research will aid in the development of her newest work entitled  "Boarder Control: Are There Enough Walls Yet?" As part of season 5 What Works II? Dancers and Movers are invited to workshop the new work and contribute to the production and development of the newest work.

·       An international contemporary movement research workshop

·       Combining composition, movement investigation and contemporary dance vocabulary

·       The workshop revolves around Curet’s choreographic practice and aims to engage others in the early workshop stages of CPP’s repertoire

§  Toured throughout the UK, Caucuses region and Europe

§  Ages 15 and up

§  Contemporary dance technique used combining both Graham based modern dance and elements of Gaga research methodics

Moving Lines Workshop Series
SESSIONS IN BETWEEN
Sep
17
7:00 pm19:00

SESSIONS IN BETWEEN

  • Arts on Site

In the history of dance and music, a few things remain constant, most important, being the necessity of one another. There is no relationship like the one between a dancer and a musician. We see it in Jazz, in Hip Hop, in the Ballet

and even on Broadway. We have contact improv and even jam sessions for musicians. So where is the haven for the two to come together?

SESSIONS IN BETWEEN Seeks to do just that, offer a space for movers, grovers and makers of

all backgrounds and training to come together to inspire, create and collaborate.

What would it be like if point found itself in the cross fires of an MC battle? What if bebop and tap were reunited? And what if.... more?

The possibilities of music and movement have and always will be endless, so why not give them a home to come back to?

The once a month open jam session would offer a collaboration space for musicians and movers to improv off of one another. The event would run on a donation base of 5$. The fee returning to the rental of the space, along with a strict set of do’s and do not rules.

DO

Make movement Make music
Make connections Make collaborations Make noise

 

Make art
Share the event
Play an instrument and move your body at all times.

DO NOT

Damage the space
Leave trails (all garbage must go with)
Create hostility (a safe haven means safe haven)
Disrespect one another’s craft OR creation (come and share) Smoke on premises

Curet Performance Project Auditions
Aug
20
5:00 pm17:00

Curet Performance Project Auditions

  • Spaceworks Williamsburg Library

Due to the growing number of attendees, this years audition is officially CLOSED.  Please keep in touch and stay tune for next seasons audition and more.

Thank You!

 

:: Curet Performance Project is auditioning for 1 male and 1 female apprentice dancer for the upcoming season 5. Dancers should have a strong background in contemporary and ballet technique with strong improvisation skills.  Seeking agile and dynamic movers for the set of a new piece to premiere in the NYC 5th season next Spring 2017.

:: Auditions are Saturday August 20th at 5pm with callbacks on Sunday August 21st at 7pm.  Dancers must be available for both days.

:: Dancers must email resumes to CuretPerformanceProject@gmail.com and along with a headshot and biography.

:: Dancers must also first pay a non-refundable registration fee of 7$.

:: About Curet Performance Project:

The Curet Performance Project is a contemporary dance company based in New York City, founded by Artistic Director and Choreographer Megan Curet in 2012. The company seeks to create provocative and enticing dance works that engage with political issues, set within immersive and multidisciplinary environments for unique performance experiences. Centered around Contemporary Modern, the company is influenced by the vibrant, multicultural environment of New York drawing from a range of styles and heritages including Jazz, Latino and American Modern dances such as Graham. Curet Performance Project performers regularly in New York, including Dixon Place, Triskelion Arts, The Tank, Alvin Ailey Citigroup Theatre and NYC Dance Festival. The company also works internationally, performing and leading educational projects in London, the UK, Tel Aviv, Israel and Armenia in the Caucasus region.

CPP Audition Season 5

 

Dance Week at El Museo Del Barrio
Aug
17
6:00 pm18:00

Dance Week at El Museo Del Barrio

  • El Museo Del Barrio

As part of ongoing performance artist in residence Ayana Evan's at El Museo, Curet Performance Project will take part in live dance at the museum. During dance week at Uptown Bounce in August.

Curet Performance Project will be performing parts of new and returning repetoire as part of the first performance of Season 5.

 

NYC 10
Jun
22
7:30 pm19:30

NYC 10

  • Dixon Place

NYC10 is a unique dance show that provides opportunities to 10 emerging dance companies to showcase their work (up to 10 minutes each) and receive feedback and reviews.  It is a free dance platform for development and expansion of unique repertoires.

http://dixonplace.org/performances/nyc10-dance-initiative-4/

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22 AT 7:30PM

161A Chrystie St, New York, NY 10002

General Admission
$15 in advance
$18 at the door

Purchase one of the first 30 tickets for EARLYBIRD discount!
$12

§ tickets

Estimated Runtime
90 minutes

 

KoDafe Festival
Jun
21
7:30 pm19:30

KoDafe Festival

  • Alvin Ailey Citigroup Theater

I KADA is presenting our annual festival called “KoDaFe” which stands for Korean Dance Festival. All shows and festivals have a specific theme attached to the works. This is where the cultural exchange between artists, choreographers, and dancers are united.

What Works?
May
13
8:00 pm20:00

What Works?

  • Triskelion Arts

What Works?

An evening of contemporary dance performed by Curet Performance Project. The company will explore political issues including identity, notions of freedom and resilience through the form of contemporary dance.

Returning to Triskelion Arts for their fourth annual season, Curet Performance Project seeks to impose upon the daring question, what more can dance offer to represent the now? What Works?

The evening will premiere Americana, a dynamic piece with six dancers and live music choreographed by Megan Curet who collaborated with Israel musician Idan Morim. Americanateases out current notions inflicting American society; investigating what represents the now of American-ness?

Americana: things associated with the culture and history of America, especially the United States.

The evening will also showcase Undoing, first premiered in London, UK in 2015 originally set for an art gallery, and now reset to stage for its New York debut. The piece uses multimedia to explore the media’s influence and response to the Israel Palestinian conflicts.  

Join the company for an evening of provocative choreography as they question What Works?

Tickets may be purchased on link below:

 

OTHER
Apr
15
9:30 pm21:30

OTHER

  • The Tank

Male. Caucasian. Christian. Heterosexual. American.

When none of the above apply, you are left with Other. Other explores the various forms of identity and both its unity and its separation through music, theater and dance in urban contemporary form.

"As soon as you are born you are given a name, a religion, a nationality and race. You spend the rest of your life defending a fictional identity." - Deepak Chopra

Directed by Marc Andrew Nuñez

Choreographed in collaboration with dancers: Davonna Batt, Savannah Cross, Francisco Gonzalez, Vivake Khamsingsavath, Marcus Noble and Xavier Townsend

CPP Company Workshop
Feb
21
8:00 pm20:00

CPP Company Workshop

  • Spaceworks Long Island City

As part of Curet Performance Project's current 4th season, the company will host a workshop with former Batsheva Ensemble dancer Doron Perk.

Contemporary dance workshop by Doron Perk presenting original work after years of exploring movement ideas. The workshop researches effortless movement, the natural use of gravity, musicality and expression. Introducing Israeli contemporary dance style in a very intimate setting. 

The workshop is 20$ and spaces are limited.
Location: Spaceworks Long Island City location.

To reserve your place email CuretPerformanceProject@gmail.com

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