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New Dance Alliance announces the 25th Anniversary Performance Mix Festival presenting over thirty dance, music, video, and interdisciplinary artists from New York City, across the United States and Canada, the Balkans. The 25th Anniversary edition of the Performance Mix Festival will bring together an exciting array of established and emerging artists including international artists Martin Belange from Montreal and Ivo Dimchev from Bulgaria. Up and coming artists from New York City include Isabel Lewis, Monstah Black and Vanessa Auspaugh. The closing festival night will feature “25 x 3”. Twenty-five past Performance Mix Festival artists will represent twenty-five the festivals twenty-five year legacy. Each artist will present a three minute solo work choreographed to a commissioned score by Montreal composer, Alexis O’Hara.
Through strong support of public agencies, foundations and individuals, we are able to continue to bring to you high-quality, affordable dance, music, video and interdisciplinary work year after year. As we plan the 2011 season, we invite you to make a donation to the Festival using the online donation form hosted by NYCharities.org.
Your gift is tax-deductible; moreover, you will help ensure that the Festival remains a vibrant part of the New York City fabric of experimental performance arts. Click here to make an on-line donation to New Dance Alliance.
WE NEED YOUR HELP
to make the 25th ANNIVERSARY of the
PERFORMANCE MIX FESTIVAL
the dance and performance event of 2011
“Every archetype has its seasons. They come and go according to the deepest, often unconscious, needs of the psyche both personal and collective. Today the Black Madonna is returning.”
Matthew Fox, Return of the Black Madonna, ©2006
“I watched a solo longer than a year ago, part of Karen Bernard’s New Dance Alliance Performance Mix Festival 2008, that was one of the “best” things I’d seen in a long time.”
March 11, 2009 as part of Movement Research and Critical Correspondence