ACB Dance Company & Blink Ensemble present An Evening of Contemporary American Music & Dance
Enjoy an evening's performance of both dance and music, as ACB Dance Company and Blink Ensemble present a world premiere dance choreographed by Alison Cook Beatty, and a shared evening of live music by contemporary American composers including Carson Cooman, Aaron Copland, and William Schmidt. It is going to be a special performance at the 92nd Y- not to be missed!
Age restrictions: All Ages.
Address: 1395 Lexington Ave.
Venue phone: 212.415.5552.
ACB Dance Company is a classically based modern dance company exploring the universal human condition through expansive and emotionally driven movement grounded in American modern dance. The healing and transformational power of the arts inspires the company to work with diverse groups within the community, in addition to collaborative efforts with other artists. Under the artistic direction of Alison Cook Beatty, her choreography has been commissioned by companies such as Ballet Next, Columbia Ballet Collaborative, and Carolina Ballet Theater, her work most recently performed by Ballet Next at The Joyce Theater, 92nd Street Y and Kaatsbaan.
The company has performed at SUNY Purchase, Syracuse University, Ailey Citigroup Theater, Dumbo Dance Festival, Milford Fine Arts Council, PMT Spring Series, Trisklion Arts Center, Beauty in Motion Dance Lab, MishMash201, Astoria Dance Festival, Genesis Dance Project, Perceptions Dance Festival, NYC10 Dance and The Hatch Series.
ACB Dance Company strives to create meaningful dances from the inside-out, fostered by a team spirit and supportive company environment, allowing dancers to grow and explore their own voice as dancers and as people.
Blink Ensemble is a dynamic New York City-based ensemble comprised of piano (Eunbi Kim), cello (Nelly Rocha), and trumpet (Christopher Scanlon).
92nd Street Y (View)
Buttenwieser Hall, Lexington Avenue at 92nd St
New York, NY 10128
|Minimum Age: 13|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|