Contemporary Dance at Summer Nights Series
Arte institute is pleased to present Summer Nights Series – Dance at Union Square Park (North Pavilion), September 19, 8 pm. The event will include performances by Sublime Dance Company and the Edgar Cortes Dance Theater.
A duet that is inspired by the fluctuating differences of two sources, worlds, realities, perspectives, beings, individuals and their development in accepting and making room for each other’s affectation. A duet that concerns itself with bringing awareness in the relationship that is being developed by exploring movement that is reminiscent of past, present and future, in the way it is dynamically offered: slow and attacking as the past, fast and energetic as the present, and a sustained legato as the mysterious future. Above all the duet tries to explore the process of slicing through the time and perspective realities which inspire questions of a higher meaning: those of the development of the SELF in time.
Choreography: Olsi Gjeci
Performers: Diana Seabra & Olsi Gjeci
Music: Mark Oaks (original composition)
Edgar Cortes Dance Theater presents a preview of the new work SOL-I-DÓ – a tribute to Portugal, a contemporary dance piece inspired by Portugal and its traditions.
It explores its rich variety of folk dance, costumes and music.
This piece combines the traditional with the contemporary.
For more information visit www.EdgarCortesDanceTheater.com
Choreography: Edgar Cortes
Amelie Benard, Hannah Barnard, Danielle Marie Fusco, Yuritzi Govea, Christopher LaFleche, Roberto Lara, Consuelo Marie Barbetta, Emily Petry, Gwendolyn Petry, Amy Piantaggini
Don´t miss it!
Summer Nights Series 2013 was made possible in part with public funds from the Fund for Creative Communities, supported by New York State Council on the Arts and administered by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.
Summer Nights Series 2013 was made possible in part with public funds from the Manhattan Community Arts Fund, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.
Camões – Instituto da Cooperação e da Língua supports Arte Institute´s annual program.