list of works

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Their Voices

 Photograph by Jesse Obremski

Photograph by Jesse Obremski

Chapter one

Music: Flight From The City (Jóhann Jóhannsson)

Number of Dancer(s): Two

Chapter One is a study on perception, intention, and changing relationships. With a similar structure physically throughout the work, that matches the circular rhythm and repetition of the score, the dancers experience a possibly never ending cycle of different experiences, through varying intensions, while developing their relationship further with each occurrence. 

World Premiere at The Choreographers' Collective's Showing at LaGuardia Performing Arts Center (2017) and will be performed at Dixon Place's "Under Exposed Series" on February 6th, 2018.

Affect the effect

Music: Bubbles (Yosi Horikawa)

Number of Dancer(s): Eleven

Affect the Effect is a work that plays with, against, and through the vibrant score to create a deepened relationship with it. Along with this, the dancers frequently manipulate each other and allow the music to influence them physically and qualitatively to an explosive "finish".

World Premiere at Earl Mosley's Institute of the Arts (2017).

 Photograph by Julia Discenza

Photograph by Julia Discenza

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Music: Adagio for Strings (Samuel Barber)

Number of Dancer(s): Nine

O is a work that requires immense openness and acceptance from the performers. Each performer is asked to bring any negativity to the forefront and face it heads on. While going on this individual journey, with these opposing factors, we view these collective and communal processes that each one of us faces and our support of each other to face these head on. 

World Premiere at Earl Mosley's Institute of the Arts (2017).

Mid-Fall (2016)

Music: Blood Rainbow (Tim Hecker), HeavensDust1 (Mike Hall), The Longest Minute (Alan Henriquez)

Number of Dancer(s): Three

Commissioned by the NOREE Performing Arts Organization, Mid-Fall is the first work performed by JOIN Ensemble. The work investigates the simple, yet disconcerting concept of falling: moving downward, typically rapidly and freely without control. This often precarious state, if one allows, can be a catalyst for creativity, freedom, and infinite discoveries. The Longest Minute, is an original spoken word composition created for Mid-Fall in collaboration with voice actor Alan Henriquez. 

World Premiere at NOREE Performing Arts Organization's Playscape 2016: Dance & Music Festival (2016).

 Photograph by Hayim Heron

Photograph by Hayim Heron

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Reputation (2015)

Music: Speigal im Speigal (Arvo Pårt)

Number of Dancer(s): One

Reputation is a solo that is an extremely structured improvisation to explore thoughts and emotions that are within someone at any stage of their life. Each performer bearings themselves to the work, through the improvisation, which in turn allows for honesty and openness with the work.

World Premiere at Earl Mosley's Institute of the Arts (2015), and performed at The Juilliard School's April Workshop (2016), and The Juilliard School's Choreographic Honors Concert (2016).