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The Making of a World Premiere by Arch Contemporary Ballet Work In Progress

The Making of a World Premiere by Arch Contemporary Ballet


Arch Contemporary Ballet


New York City Center Studios // Studio 4
130 W 56th Street, between Sixth and Seventh Avenues


Wednesday, March 14, 2018 - 7:30pm



Arch Contemporary Ballet

The Making of a World Premiere : Arch Ballet Soiree

Join Arch Contemporary Ballet for an exclusive experience in witnessing choreographer Sheena Annalise's latest World Premiere come to life. Attendees will see the choreographic process in real time - acclaimed for testing boundaries of ballet technique. 

Reception to follow hosted by Arch Ballet Benefactors Nicholas D'Angelo & Bryan Hale.

"A company that's pushing boundaries... a fabled heaven for those bent on innovation." 

Wednesday, March 14th
7:30 pm // Reception to Follow

New York City Center : Studio 4 (4th Floor)
130 W 56th Street, 
Between Sixth and Seventh Avenues
New York, NY 10019

TIX LINK: http://bit.ly/acbmar14
$40 Before Mar 1
$45 After Mar 1
Arch Ballet Benefactors please use your member code in the promo code section or email admin@archballet.com

Students & Artists Tickets (performance only - reception not included)

$5 student ticket - Code: STUDENT

$15 dancer ticket - Code: DANCER

**Arch Ballet is committed to keeping up with the times of our audience, we accept Venmo. 
**Venmo name: @archballet | Subject: Your Name + Mar14

By Subway
N,Q,R to 57th Street
F to 57th Street
B,D,E to 7th Ave
A,B,C,D,1 to 59 St. Columbus Circle

Arch Contemporary Ballet


New York Citys Arch Contemporary Ballet (ACB) is the brainchild of Founder, Artistic Director, and Choreographer Sheena Annalise. Presenting new ballet, new music, and new ideas are principles of ACB that are integral to the choreographic process and fulfilling their mission of continuously evolving ballet for an inclusive 21st century audience. Each ballet is choreographed and completed in silence, commissioned composers then create music exclusively tailored to the movement in all genres including neoclassical, EDM, classical, jazz, percussion, and more. Every ballets concept is distinctly relevant to contemporary society often leveraging technology, visual art, fashion, and current cultural ideas to bring each ballets message to life on stage. Collaborations have included 3D Motion projection, American Sign Language, phone apps, slow motion ink in water art, 3D Printed fashion, drones, architects, laser art, and more.

"The brain child behind such an inventive company. At 25, she has to be the youngest working female Artistic Director with such successful repertoire I am certain Sheena Annalise will make history as one of the greats in choreography in the years to come. Her innovative mind and her own distinct language of mesmerizing body lineage combined with generating new audiences..will continue to build a lasting impression."

Sheena Annalise is a choreographer and the Artistic Director of Arch Contemporary Ballet. She began choreographing under the wing of Wayne McGregor | Random Dance in Equator Project, nurturing her choreographic talent. She developed her distinct voice in ballet through the creation of innovative bodylines, cutting edge concepts, and exploring her fascination with the connection between movement and music. She plays with creating her own tempos, accents, and pauses in her ballets without the limitations of existing music. This approach not only accentuated her silent yet rhythmic choreography, but led to the development of her current artistic process; commissioning artists to create music specifically for each repertoire program.

As a mentee, she spent a year inside the walls of Mark Morris Dance Group, which equipped her with the necessary tools to bring Arch Contemporary Ballet to fruition. Through ACB she has received residencies and space grants throughout NYC and has been named a Prodigy by The Womens Project. She has created over 20 works for ACB (her primary choreographic endeavor), and has accepted numerous commissions including Counterpointe Season II & III, and choreographic lectures at The National Arts Club and TEDX, among others.

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