For the fourth year, we are partnering with LaGuardia Performing Art Center to present the
ECS 2017 will also feature
Jacqui Dugal (Returning choreographer from ECS 2016)
Carmine Caruso (International choreographer – selected during an audition at Accademia Nazionale di Danza in Rome, Italy)
We are now casting dancers for six different pieces.
Dancers will have the opportunity to
– Rehearse weekly with designated choreographer
– Participate to selected studio showing
– Participate to a mid-term feedback session with professional choreographers.
Dancers can audition for more than one choreographer.
Each piece will be casted based on choreographer/dancer mutual interest and schedule compatibility.
Watch the ECS promotional video.https://www.youtube.com/
DATE: Tuesday Nov. 15, 2016
TIME: 3-8pm (please arrive at 2:45 to check in)
PLACE: LPAC DANCE STUDIO (Studio C-401)
LaGuardia Community College – Building C
ADDRESS: 29-10 Thomson Avenue, LIC
DIRECTIONS: 7 train to 33rd/Rawson – E,M,R trains to Queens Plaza – G train to 23rd Ely/Court Square
Rehearsal start date: Wednesday January 4, 2017
Performances: Monday February 27 & Tuesday February 28, 2017
In order to register
1) Fill the ECS 2017 Dancers Registration Form https://docs.google.com/a/
2) Send a resume at firstname.lastname@example.org
* ECS includes studio showings and feedback sessions where all dancers are needed. Your availability to attend those dates will influence your eligibility to partecipe in the program.
Choreographer: Jacqueline Dugal
Style: Contemporary Modern
Seeking: 2-4 dancers – any gender
Notes: Seeking 2 to 4 dancers who are comfortable with improvisation, floor work, partnering, and being part of the collaborative process. For further reference, DugalDance.com
Choreographer: Jiemin Yang
Seeking: 1 female and 2 male dancers
Notes: Dancers must have excellent contemporary/modern technique with an artistic mind and excellent performance quality. Must be comfortable with floor work and partnering. And must be open-minded and committed to the experimental and creative process. Should be genuine, organized, and nice to work with!
Choreographer: Jacob Kruty
Seeking: 1 dancer – any gender
Notes: Looking for one dancer with strong technique and a creative mind. Must be willing to interact with a camera on stage.
Choreographer: Michelle Sagarminaga
Seeking: 6 dancers – FEMALE ONLY
Notes: Looking for female dancers for a new creation. Applicants should have strong improvisation skills and strong stage presence. Dancers MUST be very comfortable exploring emotional boundaries in rehearsals and on stage.
Choreographer: Carmine Caruso
Seeking: 2-4 dancer – MALE ONLY
Notes: Looking for dancers with strong stage presence who can improvise. This piece might include some floor work, emotional explorations and speaking on stage therefore dancers with all or some of these skills are a big plus. Actors with some dance experience are also encouraged to audition.
Choreographer: Patrick O’Brien
Seeking: Dance artists of any gender identification
Notes: Artists must be confident in improvisation, partnering, and extensive floor work. Dancers must have a strong, grounded sensibility in the lower body in order to achieve intricately detailed movement in the upper body. The work requires personal knowledge of connectivity, fluidity, and proper use of momentum. I’m looking for a willingness to explore a concept by performing collaborative, physical research that exhausts an individual idea until all possible outcomes have materialized.
Please be aware and available for the choreographer’s call backs:
Wed. Nov. 16
6-8pm – Carmine Caruso
Fri. Nov. 18
2-4pm – Jacqueline Dugal
Sat. Nov. 19
12-3pm – Patrick O’Brien
3-4:30pm – Jiemin Yang
4:30-6pm – Jacob Kruty
6-8pm – Michelle Sagarminaga
For more info and questions contact us email@example.com
Watch the ECS 2016 interview with Kevin Albert and Nicola Iervasi
Watch the Emerging Choreographer Series Promo
Movement Theater training class demonstration at CUMBE Dance Center as part of New York Foundation for the Arts Bootstrap Festival
We would like to thank Woodside on The Move and Queens Council on the At for their support and collaboration