NEWS AND UPCOMING PERFORMANCES
Emerging Choreographers Project
Thursday, August 15th and Friday, August 16th, 2019 at 7:30pm
Cohoes Music Hall - 58 Remsen Street Cohoes, NY
Free admission, donations accepted
Our ongoing project features the work of 8 area choreographers with new faces and some returning favorites! Due to the success of the past two years, we have moved to a larger venue, Cohoes Music Hall.
Emerging Choreographers Project provides an artistic honorarium and performance opportunities for up and coming regional choreographers to showcase new work and receive feedback in an intimate setting. Emerging Choreographers Project fosters connection within the dance community, and creates access to and conversation about Dance within the Capital Region Community.
This event is free, family friendly, and Cohoes Music Hall is accessible for persons with disabilities. Help us keep these performances free of charge by donating with your ticket reservation at www.emergingchoreographers.com/tickets. Tax-deductible donations can be made by emailing danceALBfest@gmail.com
Emerging Choreographers Project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by The Arts Center of the Capital Region. Emerging Choreographers Project is fiscally sponsored by eba Dance Theatre. Thank you to The Cohoes Music Hall for your generous support!
People Who Move
Beaudoin Theater, Foy Hall
May 3 & 4 at 7:30pm and May 5 at 2:00pm
eba is proud to introduce People Who Move. Founded in 2019, People Who Move takes the stage for the first time May 3-5 at Siena College under the artistic direction of Anna Pillot. The company will perform “Brushed Off,” which debuted in Maude Baum and Company Dance Theatre Brave New Dances 2016, as well as several other works by artistic director Anna Pillot.
Based in Upstate New York, the company’s artistic vision sees movement as the common denominator for all human beings. The company artists Meagan Corbett, Stephanie Hiemel, Ramona Martin, Rebecca Morgan, and Marianne Schultz hail from a variety of backgrounds and each performer brings something unique to the stage. Anna’s choreography blends dance with circus arts to create compelling movement with powerful emotional context. Her work has graced the stage in New York City, Philadelphia, in various venues in the Capital Region, as well as internationally with Grosso Modo (Mexico) and in Deflying Feets "Heirloom Toys” (Toronto).
People Who Dance is an independent program under the umbrella of Electronic Body Arts, Inc. (eba), a not for profit, 501(c)(3), cultural and educational charitable organization.
Tickets available here
Thank you to everyone who attended and participated in Emerging Choreographers Project, 2018! Special thanks to Albany Center Gallery, Maude Baum, eba Dance Theatre, The Arts Center of the Capital Region, The Dance Alliance, and Stephanie Hiemel. We are already planning the 2019 event, so stay tuned for more information! If you would like to make a donation to support the project, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Growing from last year's single evening of dance, Emerging Choreographer's Project provides a space for emerging and up and coming regional choreographers to showcase their work and receive feedback from the community through a talk-back at the end of each performance.
The 2018 installment will take place at Albany Center Gallery, 488 Broadway Albany, NY, Friday, September 21 - Sunday, September 23.
The event will be free of charge (donation optional) and will cultivate the relationship between regional choreographers, dancers and the capital region community.
Apply today to receive a $300 stipend to showcase your work: ECP 2018