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BALLET FESTIVAL: Gemma Bond at The Joyce

BALLET FESTIVAL: Gemma Bond at The Joyce


Gemma Bond


The Joyce Theater
New York, NY


Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - 7:30pm daily through July 26, 2017



Gemma Bond

Gemma Bond had her first taste of choreography at the young age of 13 and later returned to the craft when she joined American Ballet Theatre, in 2008.  In her Joyce debut, produced by INTERMEZZO DANCE, she presents two evenings of dance featuring her new and reconstructed works: Then and Again, The Giving, and Impressions.  The three works consider the connection between everyday events and the aesthetics of ballet. Bond’s choreography is a study in placing ballet in a less traditional setting—without scenery, without mime and gesture, but through pure dance that creates and inspires emotion, which connects with the audience.

Featuring ALL dancers from ABT
Alexandra Basmagy – ABT Corps
Tyler Maloney – ABT Corps

Lauren Post – ABT Corps
Calvin Royal III – ABT Corps
Jose Sebastian – ABT Corps
Gabe Stone Shayer – ABT Corps
Katherine Williams – ABT Corps
Stephanie Williams – ABT Corps

Skylar Brandt – ABT Soloist
Thomas Forster – ABT Soloist
Luciana Paris – ABT Soloist
Christine Shevchenko – ABT Soloist
Devon Teuscher – ABT Soloist
Cassandra Trenary – ABT Soloist

Cory Stearns – ABT Principal
James Whiteside – ABT Principal

Funding Credits

Major support for The Joyce’s Ballet Festival provided by the Rudolf Nureyev Dance Foundation and Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation. Underwriting support provided by Deborah and Charles Adelman and Martin and Linda Fell.  Major support for The Joyce’s Closing the Gap Initiative promoting female choreographers provided by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund.

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