Spring 2017 Emerging Choreographers Showings


Friday, April 28, 2017, 5:00pm to 7:00pm


Arts @ 29 Garden

Presented by: Office for the Arts at Harvard Dance Program
Friday, April 28: 5 pm & 7 pm
Saturday, April 29: 8 pm & 11 pm

Four female student choreographers will present interdisciplinary dance installations after a semester-long residency and mentorship program at the Harvard Dance Center and Harvard's Arts @ 29 Garden.

Spring 2017 Emerging Choreographers: 
Lauren Balbus '17 and Talia Rothstein '17
Gabriella Czarniak '17
Miriam Huettner '17

Spring 2017 MentorsJill Johnson and Mario Zambrano


Friday, April 28th : 5 PM & 7 PM
exercise in patience 
Choreography by Gabriela Czarniak '17 
Set Adrift
Choreography by Miriam Huettner '17

To reserve a free ticket to a Friday show: RSVP here

Saturday, April 29th: 8 PM & 11 PM
Business as Usual
Choreography by Lauren Balbus '17 and Talia Rothstein '17

To reserve a free ticket to a Saturday show email: businessin29garden@gmail.com

About the Works: 
exercise in patience
Choreography by Gabriella Czarniak '17 
Dancers and live musicians collaborate in this project to explore dispersion. Centripetal and centrifugal energies underlie the choreography and composition, inspired by our relationships to the personal and internal, the collective and external, and the space in-between.  

Set Adrift
Choreography by Miriam Huettner '17
"Man, looking into the sea— / taking the view from those who have as much right to it as you have to yourself— / it is human nature to stand in the middle of a thing / but you cannot stand in the middle of this" - Marianne Moore, poet

Business as Usual
Choreography by Lauren Balbus '17 and Talia Rothstein '17
Featuring creatures, high heels, and a storm blowing in, Business as Usual is an encounter with the otherworldly. Off-kilter dance moves are driven by the beats of a club and the scratching of a pencil. Ultimately, it is a performance rooted in loss: loss of self, loss of control, and loss of what once was. 

About the Emerging Choreographers Program
A Dance Center residency opportunity for emerging student choreographers who wish to develop their choreographic skills through a semester-long, in-depth mentorship with professional choreographers — an incredible chance to work one-on-one with some of the best choreographers working in the field of dance today.
For more info visit: ofa.fas.harvard.edu/emerging-choreographer-residencies

The Spring 2017 Emerging Choreographers Residency is supported in part by The Provostial Fund for the Arts and Humanities. 

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