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Hanna Q Dance Company's 10th Anniversary Performance & Gala

Hanna Q Dance Company's 10th Anniversary Performance & Gala


Hanna Q Dance Company


14th Street Y Theater
344 East 14th Street
New York, NY 10003


Friday, December 1, 2023 - 7:00pm



Hanna Q Dance Company

    Join us in our celebration of Hanna Q Dance Company's 10th Anniversary!

  We are very excited to be performing a full evening of Hanna Q's new works,

 "Atmosphere", "Wonderers" and " Hope."

Come see us dance!

Then stay for our Gala Reception, toast with some bubbly, nibble on cheese and charcuterie, sip on wine and mingle...

Choreography: Johanna LjungQvist-Brinson ( Hanna Q )

Dancers:  Arthyr " Trace" Yeames, John Trunfio, Maria Carmen Falivene, Sophia Michitson and Giorgia Picano.

Hostess: Wendy Stuart Kaplan

Photography Backdrops Projections:  Alan Kaplan, Max Brinson.

TICKETS : $40.00  Online Eventgrove  or  hannaqdancecompany.com

     HANNA Q DANCE COMPANY - Energetic, Passionate, Imaginative!


Founded  by Johanna ( Hanna Q )in 2013 Hanna Q Dance Company has been performing her  original works  in  and out, of  the NYC area. 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,Abrons Arts Center and West End Theater

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