sjDANCEco Performs at Kennedy Center for Millennium Stage, Friday March 29

sjDANCEco Performs New Works at Kennedy Center for The Millennium Stage Performance Series. LIVE Streaming Performance

Friday, March 29 (6pm Eastern Time, 3pm Western Time)

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sjDANCEco’s performance at the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage is an opportunity to demonstrate the power and poetry of Dance through choreography that is both Contemporary and Classic Modern – spanning more than 60 years of creativity. Through the pathos of José Limón’s powerful masterwork “The Exiles”, inspired by the tumultuous exodus during and following WWII, to Maria Basile’s buoyant and stirring “The Upward Spiral”, a new work by Gabriel Mata that merges dance and physical theater, and finally a group collaborative that explores the multi-generational experiences of the cast, the program resonates and celebrates our shared human experiences as we continue to investigate and define our place in its ever-changing dynamics.

sjDANCEco members Gabriel Mata, Kaliesha Gardeen, Maria Basie, Gary Masters, and Fred Mathews will be performing.

The Conservatory Project is an initiative designed to present young musical artists in classical, jazz, musical theater, opera, and more from our nation’s leading undergraduate and graduate conservatories, colleges, and universities in performance at the Kennedy Center.

The Millennium Stage Local Dance Commissioning Project (LDCP) supports the local dance community by nurturing the creation of new dance work and presenting that new work to a wide audience via the Millennium Stage, the Kennedy Center’s free daily performance series.

Watch it here:

Free Performances Every Day, No Tickets Required. 


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