FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Earl Mosley's Institute of the Arts Presents Brian Harlan Brooks and Alenka Cizmesija
as Part of the 2012 Dancing on the Mountain Summer Performance SeriesFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Earl Mosley’s Institute of the Arts
Presents Brian Harlan Brooks and Alenka Cizmesija
as Part of the 2012 Dancing on the Mountain Summer Performance Series
July 3, 2012, Kent, Litchfield, Northwestern, CT—As part of the 2012 “Dancing on the Mountain” Summer Performance Series, Earl Mosley’s Institute of the Arts, (EMIA), will present the exciting works of two former students now long time professionals in dance. Brian Harlan Brooks and Alenka Cizmesija will perform on Friday, July 20, 2012 at 7:00 p.m., at The Marvelwood School, 476 Skiff Mountain Road, Kent, CT.
This performance is the fruit of a long-standing relationship between these two artists. Friends and dance partners for close to two decades, their very different but complimentary styles have forged two very successful careers and an expressive artistic relationship that has been nurtured continuously by Dancer/Educator Earl Mosley. Brain and Alenka are both original company members of Earl Mosley’s Diversity of Dance and were instrumental as dancers and teaching artists in helping to shape what is now EMIA. It is fitting that these artists using their companies “Art Deconstructed” and “Continuum, “premiere their first joint evening of work on the mountain at Earl Mosley’s Institute of the Arts! A donation of 0/adult is suggested and children under 12 attend free.
For tickets and more information, please contact Steffen Coleman at 203-417-0783, or email steffen@EMIAdance.org.
Renowned dancer and choreographer, Fredrick Earl Mosley founded his Institute of the Arts as a subsidiary of the not for profit Diversity of Dance, Inc. 210 Eastern Parkway 4K, Brooklyn, NY 11238, a not-for-profit 501(C)(3). The major focus of Diversity of Dance is to provide the highest level of excellence in dance education (regardless of student’s ability to pay), including a summer intensive held at the Marvelwood School in Kent, CT. EMIA Executive Director, Steffen Coleman is available for interviews, quotes and stories on the program for the local media. Contact her at 860.350.6494, info@EMIAdance.org, or visit www.EMIAdance.org.