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digitaldance-web2-14074383801. Digital Dance Festival

With its first-ever Digital Dance Festival, New York Live Arts takes dance performance into a whole new arena. Following the footsteps of artists like Radiohead who have released albums on the internet on a pay-what-you-wish, or what-you-think-it’s-worth, basis, NYLA presents online screenings of four performances from its previous season. Tickets must be purchased online, but, at any price you choose to pay, the performances are accessible to a much wider audience than ever before. It’s an exciting opportunity for both artists and audiences alike!

Watch from anywhere across the country online here:

Steven Reker/People Get Ready
Specific Ocean
Tue, Aug 12 at 7:30pm 

Jen Rosenblit
In Mouth
Wed, Aug 13 at 7:30pm 

Donna Uchizono Company
Fire Underground
Thu, Aug 14 at 7:30pm 

Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company
Fri, Aug 15 at 7:30pm


2. DanceMotion USA: David Dorfman Dance and Korhan Basaran Company, with special guests from Armenia

The purpose of the DanceMotion project is to foster international community and cultural exchange on an individual level, person to person and artist to artist. David Dorfman Dance worked with Turkish  Korhan Basaran Company in Istabul as part of a cultural exchange tour, and they will return together to perform the results of their collaboration at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, with the performance live-streamed internationally. Even if you can’t make it to Brooklyn, you can watch it at home, wherever home may be!

August 14-15 at 7:30. August 16th at 1:00 and 7:30, with the 1:00 show also streaming live online. Brooklyn Academy of Music. Information about tickets and the streaming available here.


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Written by Claire Salant

Claire Salant discovered dance when she was six years old in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She moved to New York to go to Barnard College, where she studied history, math, and dance. She is freelance dancer in New York, academic teacher to students of all ages, and she occasionally finds ways to combine the two. Currently she is working through a dance injury, and is therefore engaging the dance world off her feet rather than on them!