WHITE WAVE Young Soon Kim Dance Company 2016 SoloDuo Festival
WHITE WAVE Young Soon Kim Dance Company
WHITE WAVE presents the inaugural SoloDuo Festival
24 dancemakers from New York Metropolitan area, across the U.S., and from HUNGARY, ITALY, JAPAN and KOREA.
Saturday May 21 – Sunday May 22, 2016
Poet’s Den Theater (309 East 108th St., New York, NY 10029)
In an effort to celebrate the art of the solo or duet specifically, whilst creating additional opportunities to expose young and renowned choreographers, WHITE WAVE’s inaugural SoloDuo festival will be held at the beautiful Poet's Den Theater, nestled in the heart of East Harlem. The vintage furniture and décor juxtapose a state-of-the-art sound and lighting system to harmonize the theater's old-world-style and charm, making it an exceptional venue to showcase an intimate solo or due
Participants are coming from the New York Metropolitan area, from across the U.S., as well as from Hungary, Italy, Japan and Korea.
In this inaugural year, the roster of companies includes: American Swiss Ballet Company, Peggy Choy Dance, Ariel Rivka Dance, Amos Pinhasi, Anabella Lenzu/DanceDrama, Jin-Wen Yu, Elizabeth Dibble, Khaleah London/LAYERS, Ashley Lindsey Dance, Ryan P. Casey, Marcus White/White Werx, JANOS FELEDI, Winnie Berger/Mook Dance Company, Clement Mensah, Sara Senecal, Gloria McLean/Lifedance, KIM GEUN YOUNG, JANG JEONG HEE, Joe Monteleone,I-Ling Liu, Oniin Dance Company, Michiko Kiyofuji and WHITE WAVE YOUNG SOON KIM DANCE COMPANY.
Location: Poet’s Den Theater at 309 E 108th St, New York, NY 10029
Directions: 6 train to 110th St. / BUS: M106, M15
Tickets: $20 in advance / $25 at the door http://2016soloduofestival.eventbrite.com
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