We can always count on NOWNESS to reimagine our dance faves by pairing them with equally esteemed cinematographers for short films that feel almost dreamlike (take a look back at their video with ABT’s Isabella Boylston and James Whiteside for more amazingness). For their newest creation as a part of their Directors’ Cuts series, NOWNESS […]
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We’re not sure what we did to deserve the livestream generosity the dance world is giving us these days, but this weekend, it’s getting even better. PC Joe Toreno L.A. Dance Project, Benjamin Milliepied’s trendsetting contemporary troupe, has been in residence at The Chinati Foundation for the past few days. This weekend, they’re showing us […]
It’s fitting that choreographer Benjamin Millepied named a recent work On the Other Side. After a difficult two-year tenure as artistic director of the Paris Opéra Ballet, he is happily settled in Los Angeles and reemerging with big plans for L.A. Dance Project, the contemporary company he founded there in 2012. Today, his ambitious vision […]
Just two weeks after her final performance with Pacific Northwest Ballet, Carla Körbes is making moves: She’s joined L.A. Dance Project as associate artistic director. Along with ballet masters Sébastien Marcovici and Charlie Hodges, she’ll be part of the LA-based team that Benjamin Millepied has assembled to look after the troupe while he’s busy in […]
Get to know Daphne Fernberger, a dancer with L.A. Dance Project, filmmaker, choreographer and meditation devotee.
L.A. is becoming a powerhouse center for dance training. Of course, there have long been mainstays like the Debbie Allen Dance Academy, Millennium Dance Complex and Edge Performing Arts Center, hotspots for commercial dancers. But now, smaller studios like The Sweat Spot and Pieter are drawing L.A.’s professional concert dancers to open classes. University of […]
French Jewelry Maison Van Cleef & Arpels Cements Its Commitment to Contemporary Dance With a Brand-New Festival
Van Cleef & Arpels is no stranger to the world of dance. The brand is now launching Dance Reflections, an annual festival to be hosted in different cities internationally.
Rarely has a woman dance artist (other than Martha Graham or Anna Pavlova) been given an entire exhibit all to herself. But Art + Practice, in South Los Angeles, has teamed up with the Getty Research Institute to highlight Blondell Cummings’ unique place in the dance firmament. Cummings didn’t have big-name recognition like Judith Jamison, […]