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DINGMANS FERRY, PA: Hanna Q Dance Company presents an OutDoor Dance Series

DINGMANS FERRY, PA: Hanna Q Dance Company presents an OutDoor Dance Series

Company:

Hanna Q Dance Company

Location:

"The Stage in our Woods"

Dates:

Saturday, April 24, 2021 - 6:00pm

Tickets:

https://www.hannaqdancecompany.com/

Company:
Hanna Q Dance Company

 

Hanna Q Dance Company - Spring Season 2021
 “The Stage in our Woods” at Dingmans Ferry, PA
​Opening Night Gala: Saturday, April 24th @ 6pm.
Plus, additional performances: Saturday May 22nd and September 25th @ 6pm

"Last year we had such great response from our Fall outdoor performances, where the audience told us how much they loved our dance performance and how wonderful it felt to be able to experience a cultural event in person, around other people, safely, outdoor,  still socially distance. They asked us to please do it again as soon as it warmed up, so I am bringing Hanna Q Dance Company back!"

Hanna Q / Johanna LjungQvist-Brinson will premier her 2 new choreography works. “Andare “and “Hope”. The evening starts with a Opening Cocktail Reception at 6pm, then the Dance Performance starts at 6:30pm. There will be a “After Party” with food and wine, following directly after the performance.

“The Stage in our Woods” is located in a beautiful glen in the woods by a natural bluff with rock formations on Johanna and her husband Max Brinson’s  country estate and historic house, built 1797 in Dingmans Ferry PA. (about 1 ½ hours drive from Manhattan. NY). Attendees needs to bring their own lawn chairs or blankets to sit at, in front of the outdoor platform stage and are encouraged to bring a shawl, wear shoes suitable for the woods. Of Course, wearing a mask and keeping social distancing is mandatory. 

Johanna’s new choreography “Andare”: the music is  composed by Ludovico Euinado. Andare means To Go! The piece is about restlessness, frustration and wanting to go! Wanting to move, wanting to go forward, or somewhere…Which is probably a feeling many people have, especially right now during the covid 19 pandemic. “Hope” is being choreographed as this is being written… it will be full of positive energy and as delightfully harmonious as a gorgeous flower garden in bloom.

The May 22nd and September 25th Performances tickets are $35 each, per person.  (there will be a glass of wine, beer or soft drink served.) These performances will have different choreography. Hanna Q has more, new stuff brewing!

Dancers performing are: Spencer Everett, Maki Kitahara***, Taylor Kindred, Kristina Bermudez, Nicky Sartori. ( *** Maki is performing May 22nd and September 25th)

Tickets: hannaqdancecompany.com. See the “Upcoming Performances” page and make payment via PAYPAL. The address/directions will be given after purchases.

The 3 Performance Series Packet: $ 110.00 

Founded in 2013,  the NYC based Hanna Q Dance Company has been performing original works ever since. The Swedish born and raised Artistic Director and Choreographer, Johanna LjungQvist-Brinson, draws inspiration from the forces of nature and uses its elements to create dynamic narratives through movement. The choreography is comprised of technically rigorous movement, derived from Johanna’s background in Dunham technique, as well as partnering at once intricately acrobatic and viscerally human. The dancers express bursts of passion and athleticism, sweeping the audience into a different world full of emotions. The company has performed in venues mostly in NYC, including Dixon Place, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Brooklyn Dance Festival, TADA!Theater, The Actors Fund Arts Center, Green Space, New York Live Arts, The Triskelion Arts, NY City Center and West End Theater.
 

Photo: Max Brinson

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