Spring 2017 Emerging Choreographers Showings


Saturday, April 29, 2017, 8:00pm to 11:00pm


Arts @ 29 Garden

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

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

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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