This year young choreographers ages 14-19 will present dances alongside the professional choreographers at Norte Maar’s Dance at Socrates Sculpture Park.
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Returning for its third summer season, Norte Maar’s Dance at Socrates announces its 2015 choreographer residencies and free public performance schedule.
On April 9, 2015, Journalist David Levesley interviewed composer/pianist Elizabeth Myers in advance of the premiere of her new music/dance collaboration with choreographer Julia K. Gleich. Their collaboration a featured performance in Norte Maar’s CounterPointe3.
Norte Maar’s second season of Dance at Socrates features six residencies for choreographers and their companies as well as free public performances presented in partnership with Socrates Sculpture Park, August 4-23, 2014.
From humble beginnings, curator Jason Andrew and choreographer Julia K. Gleich started Norte Maar in 2004 as a way of promoting collaborations in our time. In celebration of our 10 year anniversary we are looking back, admiring our various projects and highlighting some significant articles and reviews. This post features an article by Ann Hawksby on June 12, 2004 in the Clinton County Edition of the Free Trader. It’s our very first article!
Sheena Annalise, artistic director of Arch Contemporary Ballet, is praised for her ground breaking process for creating new work. Annalise’s repertory is choreographed in silence and is completely set before bringing in a composer to study her work. In collaboration with high caliber composers…
Norte Maar talks with Takehiro Ueyama, founder and artistic director of TAKE dance about his early beginnings and his upcoming performance at Dance at Socrates (Socrates Sculpture Park, August 24 at 3pm).
Norte Maar talks with Young Choreographer Dani Mullen, about her invitation to work on a new piece for Dance at Socrates.
Exciting news! Norte Maar (Brooklyn, NY) joins forces with The Broadway (Barking, UK) to present the 2nd edition of CounterPoint an important series, which originated as a collaboration with Brooklyn Ballet to present a forum for women choreographers working with the pointe shoe to show and discuss their work. The series will run at The Broadway June 17, 18, 19 at 8pm all tickets £10. The series is curated by Julia K. Gleich.
The career of Julie Lemberger has been, and continues to be, one defined by movement. This may seem like an oxymoron—a photographer being preoccupied with motion—but hers is a specific niche that hovers between the worlds of photography and dance. Through her 25-year career as a photographer, Lemberger has built a portfolio that reads like a who’s who of modern American dance.
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