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Purchase Dance Company

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PDC Purchase Dance Company

Purchase Dance Company is pleased to present their 2013 Spring Dance Concert! The program includes:

Bill T. Jones/ Arnie Zane Dance Company’s

Spent Days Out Yonder

and

George Balanchine’s

Valse-Fantasie

along with world premiers from choreographers:

Loni Landon,

Claire Porter,

and Ori Flomin

Also featured will be 4 graduating senior dancers’ senior reps. There will be one of these 8-10 minute solos featured per show, so each night will be different!

PDC will be performing April 26-28th at The Pepsico Theater at the Performing Arts Center in Purchase, New York. For ticket information, visit the PAC website.

If you can’t make these shows, Purchase Dance Company is having a second round of performance at New York Live Arts in Chelsea, New York. Lucky you! Performances will be May 22-25th. For ticket information visit Live Art’s website.

Also check out the Village Voice’s Spring Arts Guide in which Purchase Dance Company is featured along with a select group of awesome dance companies as promising up and coming work.

Currently, the PDC dancers are rehearsing like mad; almost every day! Being a part of the creation process (Spent Days Out Yonder) has been very interesting as a young choreographer. Bill’s work is incredibly detailed, and his vision for the piece is visually very striking and interesting. Gestural, yet physical, the work builds up formal movement only to crumble them with visceral, smooth and juicy movement and ideas. Be sure to check out the fruits of their labor. You’ll really enjoy yourself!

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2 thoughts on “Purchase Dance Company

  1. This seems like a really good show. I think I might attend the Purchase Dance Show!

  2. I saw the Spring Dance Show last year and I loved it! I will have to check it out again! Thank you for all of the information and links. They were very helpful. I fully support this dance program! It is amazing!

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