Whether your dance fixation is ballet or modern, you will find it in the work of choreographer Pam Tanowitz.
Writing about Tanowitz in his “Best of 2018 dance” summary, New York Times dance critic Alistair Macauley called her “a crossover artist; her finest work occupies the borderline between modern dance and barefoot ballet. By taking liberally from the traditions of both ballet and Cunningham, she enriches both.” He praised he work as “the most sublime dance-theater creation this century: a dance for the soul.” Below, see some of Tanowitz’s recent work:
Want to experience the Tanowitz magic firsthand? Join Pam Tanowitz Dance company members Lindsey Jones and Christine Flores for a dance master class on Saturday, January 12, noon to 1:30 pm on the Dartmouth campus! The class is part of a residency connected with a Hop presentation of New Work for Goldberg Variations a fresh, imaginative collaboration between PTD and pianist Simone Dinnerstein.
Dance Master Class – Saturday, January 12, noon to 1:30 pm, Straus Dance Studio, Berry Sports Complex: Join Pam Tanowitz Dance company members Lindsey Jones and Christine Flores for an introductory workshop to Tanowitz’s work exploring her creative process and selections from the company’s repertory. Wear clothes you can move in, with bare feet. For intermediate-level dancers (some prior dance experience), ages 16+. Registration limited, so act soon! $10. Register
And don’t miss New Goldberg Variations itself, Friday and Saturday, Jan 11 and 12, 8 pm, in The Moore Theater of the Hop. Below, see excerpts from that work.