Ate9 dANCEcOMPANY Presents 'mouth to mouth'
Danielle Agami & Ate9 dANCEcOMPANY present 'mouth to mouth'
May 24th and May 31st
Salvatore Capezio Theater
126 E 13th St,
New York, NY 10003
"The Rush of bodies, the detailed edgy movement, and the thumping beats fully captured the sound and the fury, the rapture and the rush of life."
- The Georgia Straight | Janet Smith
"Agami...a still-young but fully formed female artist whose strong vision comes nicely padded like a velvet glove"
"A mesmerizing performance"
- Arts Meme | Debra Levine
"'Mouth to Mouth' is a dance work that lingers long after the stage goes dark."
- Fjord Review | Victoria Looseleaf
Choreography: Danielle Agami
Costumes: David Maurice, Ariana Daub, Danielle Agami
Lighting Design: Jeff Forbes
Pre-Premiere: Chutzpah! Festival 2014 | Vancouver, B.C.
World Premiere: The Los Angeles Theatre Center, April 2014 | Los Angeles, CA
Was born in New York and recently graduated from CalArts with a BFA in performance and choreography. Joined Ate9 in June 2012.
Graduated from the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts and magna cum laude from UCLA. She has acted as Barak Marshall's choreographic assistant and rehearsal director both in L.A. and in Israel. Joined Ate9 in June 2012.
Trained under Cesar R. Degollado while attending the University of Arizona School of Dance. After college he joined Luna Negra Dance Theater as an apprentice. David joined Ate9 in January 2013.
Attended Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in Dallas, Texas. In her senior year, Sarah moved to attend the San Francisco Conservatory of dance where she studied for two and a half years. She moved to Los Angeles in January 2013 to join Ate9.
Trained at the Marin Ballet School, Cornish College of the Arts and received additional training from the Gaga Workshop in Tel Aviv as well as the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance. She joined Ate9 in June 2012.
Originally from Santa Fe, NM. She trained at Moving People Dance, Santa Fe and graduated with a BFA from The Boston Conservatory in 2012. She moved to Seattle WA in June 2012 to work with Ate9.
Originally from Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. Graduated in 2013 with a BFA from The Juilliard School. Joined Ate9 in 2013.
Danielle Agami was born in Israel in 1984. She studied at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance High School and was a member of the Batsheva Dance Company from 2002-2010. Between 2007-2009, Agami served as the artistic director of Batsheva Dancers Create and functioned as the company's rehearsal director from 2008-2010, during which she received the Yair Shapira Prize for Excellence in Dance in 2009.
After 8 years with the BatSheva Dance Company, Danielle decided to make a change and relocated to New York, where she functioned as Senior Manager of Gaga U.S.A. Since arriving in the U.S., Agami met and taught thousands of dancers. During 2011 she created original work at Rutgers University (NJ), Boston Conservatory (MA), Springboard Montreal, Cornish College for the Arts (WA) and more. After relocating to Seattle, Agami founded Ate9 as her first longitudinal project - a discovery of her artistic voice as a dancer, choreographer, and teacher. In 2012 Agami created Sally meets Stu and Sheila for Ate9. During 2013, Agami presented TacTics in L.A, Shula in Israel, a new work for the BatSheva Ensemble, This Time Tomorrow for Northwest Dance Project and Invisible Cities for The Industry Opera and LA Dance Project.
For years now, Danielle has been traveling across the world as an ambassador of Ohad Naharin. Agami is a Gaga teacher and enjoys staging Naharin's repertory when needed. In the past few years, Agami staged his work for Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Ballet Atlanta, Ita Dansa / Barcelona, the Juilliard School in NY, and more. Agami and Naharin see a future of collaboration between them - maintaining their friendship, sharing their knowledge while thriving to continue and share Art.
Salvatore Capezio Theater at Peridance Capezio Center (View)
126 East 13th Street
New York, NY 10003
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