ENSEMBLE ON ENSEMBLE
Steps Repertory Ensemble
ENSEMBLE ON ENSEMBLE
A Program of Works by Members of the Steps Repertory Ensemble
Bradley Shelver, Director/Curator
Saturday November 14 at 8 PM
Steps on Broadway, 2121 Broadway, 3rd floor
The Steps Beyond Foundation continues its mission to develop and sustain dance artists and to the cultivation of the dance community with another presentation of "Ensemble on Ensemble," November 14, 8 PM, at Steps on Broadway, Broadway between 74th & 75th Streets. Members of the Steps Repertory Ensemble will be joined by Steps conservatory students, and Steps advanced students for a program of new works created by Ensemble members:
More About the Choreographers:
TERRENCE DIABLE began his dance training at the Harlem School of the Arts, and subsequently was awarded the Fellowship Scholarship and the Alvin Ailey Athletic Boy's Scholarship at the Ailey School. In 2011, Terrence joined the Francesca Harper Project and most recently assisted Matthew Rushing on his commission of Odetta for the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.
ROBERT MOORE graduated magna cum laude from the Ailey/Fordham Bachelor of Fine Arts program He has performed and taught in Mexico as part of JUNTOS Collective, and currently performs with Amanda Selwyn Dance Theatre.
BROOKE NAYLOR trained and danced in her native Florida before moving to New York in 2011 to attend the Ailey/Fordham F.F.A. program, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude last May. Brooke apprenticed with Parsons Dance for their 2014-15 season.
ERIC OSTRAND is the 2012 recipient of the Gertrude Shurr Award for Excellence in Modern Dance. The Colorado native has performed with the Big Muddy Dance Co in St. Louis, and as guest with Missouri Ballet Theatre.
OR REITMAN trained and danced in his native Israel before moving to NY to attend the Ailey School. Since graduation he has performed with Daniel Gwirtzman Dance C., Armitage Gone! Dance, and Alpha Omega Theatrical Dance Company.
STEPHANIE SALTS trained on scholarship at The Rock School and the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance. In the Bay area she danced with Oakland Ballet Co., Mark Foehringer, and others, and just created a new work for the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance.
[Photo: Eduardo Patino]
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