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The Performance Project @ University Settlement
New York, NY
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Thursday Jun 07, 2018 7:00 PM - Sunday Jun 10, 2018 12:00 PM | Free - $20.00


New Dance Alliance in collaboration with The Performance Project at University Settlement is pleased to announce the lineup for the 32nd annual Performance Mix Festival. Credited as the most elaborate festival of the unpredictable (The New York Times), the 2018 festival brings together more than 30 artists with diverse approaches to performance, inviting audiences to engage with the unexpected and to experience some of the newest voices in experimental dance. In addition to the performances, this years festival includes Performance Mixs annual community breakfast, workshops, and other special events. The festival runs June 710, 2018, at The Performance Project at University Settlement. Performance Mix is curated by New Dance Alliance Founder and Director Karen Bernard.

Tickets range from $15 to $25 (or free admission where indicated).

The Performanace Project at University Settlement is located at 184 Eldridge Street (at Rivington Street) on the Lower East Side in Manhattan. Subway: J, Z to Bowery; B, D to Grand Street; F to Delancey Street

For more information about the performers and festival, visit: www.newdancealliance.org/performance-mix-festival.

--Schedule of Performances and Events--

Thursday, June 7
Tickets: $15 one program / $20 both programs.

7:00pm: Performance-Program A
Parijat Desai | Ainesh Madan (cancelled) | Kuldeep Singh | Mari Meade Dance Collective

8:00pm: Performance-Program B
Sebastian Abarbanell | Stacy Grossfield Dance Project | Simon Portigal

Opening night reception following Program B.


Friday, June 8
Tickets: $15 one program / $20 both programs

10:00-11:30am: Breakfast Mix-Meet the Artists
Breakfast and convivial gathering to meet this years international artists.
Event will be held at the New Dance Alliance Studio, 182 Duane Street, in Tribeca.
Free admission / Reservations recommended

11:30-2:00pm: Molecular Dances-A Workshop with João Costa Espinho

Portuguese-born, France-based dancer/choreographer João Costa Espinho leads a workshop that focuses on the anatomy of the body as both matter and energy and how this amplifies our individual bodies existent micro-movements in a shared space. The method: Work from the organic movement of each participant, let our individual energies be traversed by other bodies seeking a collective body, using those revealed movements in a dynamic and transformative process.

Free admission / Reservations recommended
Event will be held at the New Dance Alliance Studio, 182 Duane Street, in Tribeca.

7:00pm: Performance-Program A
Jenn Goodwin | Victoria Libertore | Gabrielle Revlock*

8:00pm: Performance-Program B
Simon Portigal | Nicholas Rodrigues | Christopher Unpezverde Núñez


Saturday, June 9
Tickets: $15 one program / $20 both programs / (After Party with program ticket)

7:00pm: Performance-Program A
João Costa Espinho | Daniel Gwirtzman Dance Company | Anna Rogovoy

8:00pm: Performance-Program B
Melanie Greene/Brianna Taylor | The Wondertwins | Ashley Yehoda/Lillian Joergensen

9:00pm: After Party

Join us for After Party with video by Charles Dennis, performance by Alexander D'Agostino, and dancing with DJ Mister White.


Sunday, June 10
All-day ticket pass: $20.

1:00pm: Performance
João Costa Espinho | Daniel Gwirtzman Dance Company | Anna Rogovoy

2:00pm: Performance
Oren Barnoy*| Sarah Chien/Emily Faulkner | Elena Rose Light

3:00pm: Performance
Sari Nordman | Lily Bo Shapiro/Julia Santoli | Rachel Thorne Germond

4:00pm: Performance
Awilda Rodriguez Lora | Antonio Ramos* | Larissa Velez-Jackson |  Ash R.T. Yergens (cancelled)

12:00-4:00pm: Site-specific works
The Do-Mystics | Nicole Goodman


*LiftOff Creative and Project Development Resident Artist


About Performance Mix Festival
In 1986 New Dance Alliance (NDA) created the Performance Mix series now known as the Performance Mix Festival to advance emerging methods, techniques, and trends of innovative dance. Of the many dance festivals in New York, NDAs Mix stands alone in its commitment to: 1) offering artists comprehensive career and artistic development support; 2) presenting risk-taking art by emerging and established artists at a critical experimental phase of their development; and 3) providing programming for audiences interested in the creative process of experimental dance and performance. The festival has grown to include artists from around the globe, including South Africa, Canada, Europe, and South America. Director Karen Bernard has been invited to many festivals across Canada and Europe, forming relationships that have broadened her curatorial process and widened the festivals scope. By bringing her expansive awareness of culture into an intimate setting, Bernard cultivates an important sharing of creativity internationally.

About New Dance Alliance
Incorporated in 1989, New Dance Alliance (NDA) is an arts service organization whose mission is to actively promote emerging forms of innovative dance, music, video, and interdisciplinary performance. NDAs initial aims were to support an artistic community that had limited institutional resources, and to provide that community with increased opportunities for sharing experimental works with the public. Today, NDAs goals remain deeply rooted in those founding principles, and have also expanded in response to current artistic challenges and goals. NDAs expanded programming includes initiatives that foster national and international artists, and promote increasingly diversified audiences through annual events, retreats, educational panels, and performances. Its four main programs are: Performance Mix Festival, LiftOff: Residency and Workshop, Subsidized Rehearsal Space, and Karen Bernard/Solo. Collectively, these programs support the work of more than 100 experimental artists, and bring in 2,500 audience members each year.


The Performance Project @ University Settlement (View)
184 Eldridge Street
New York, NY 10002
United States


Arts > Dance
Arts > Performance
Arts > Theatre

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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