Spring Dance Performances in NYC

I love photographing dance performances because it’s a change of energy, a different dynamic.. Normally in my studio I’m the director and creator, but when I’m shooting a show I have the reverse opportunity to capture someone else’s vision.. for me mostly it’s just a nice change, it’s not really a challenge actually but more just a change of pace.. I also usually get to see in person what my clients are up to and I love to go out and support when I have the chance

There’s something about spring – it is one of the best times of year to see dance in NYC, and there are so many performances happening in the coming weeks.   NYCB and ABT have wonderful seasons planned.  Here are a few others that I’m looking forward to.  Check them out!

April 6 – 9
Dance Theatre of Harlem
City Center
DTH returns to the mainstage at City Center April 6 – 9.  See “power on pointe” and experience the beauty and mastery of Dance Theatre of Harlem. I love photographing DTH dancers and I am looking forward to their season at City Center.

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Dance Theatre of Harlem, Photo Rachel Neville

March 26
Brooklyn Dance Festival
BAM Fisher: Fishman Space
The 5th Annual Brooklyn Dance Festival features twelve dance companies. I will be photographing the festival this Saturday and highly recommend you come check out these talented dancers.
SynthesisDANCE
Brooklyn Dance Festival Company – Choreographer, Sidra Bell
Kristin Sudeikis Dance
10 Hairy Legs
Dormeshia Sumbry Edwards
Earl Mosley
The Bang Group
Rebecca Stenn
Steps Repertory Ensemble
Freespace Dance
BARE Dance Company
Peridance Youth Ensemble

April 10
Cellopointe
MMAC
My friends Cellopointe have their performance at MMAC.  Make the time to see them and experience their creativity and beauty, live.

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Cellopointe Dance Company Photo by Rachel Neville

April 17
New York Theatre Ballet
Cinderella at Florence Gould Hall
I’m taking my girls to see this one-day performance of Cinderella that includes an interactive lecture demonstration for kids, guided by Diana Byer, NYTB Artistic Director.
If you have small kids like I do (about 3/4 year or older) this is a perfect ballet company experience for you and a performance you do not want to miss.  NYTB is doing great things for our children!

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