Anna Azrieli

Anna Azrieli, photo by Ian Douglas

Anna Azrieli, photo by Ian Douglas

Averaging: water ponche study is a simple yet difficult task, repeated, changes deliberately and unexpectedly.

Anna Azrieli is a Soviet-born, New York City-bred, performer and choreographer. She holds a BFA in Dance from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. She has been active in the dance and contemporary performance world for fifteen years. She is an original member of Miguel Gutierrez and the Powerful People, working with the group 2001-2011. As a performer she has worked with Wendy Perron, Fred Darsow, Lynn Marie Ruse, Freefall, Erin Cornell, Donna Uchizono, Sam Kim, Luciana Achugar, Maya Ciarrocchi, Clarinda Mac Low, and David Thomson, among others. Her own work has been presented by Dixon Place, Danspace Project, University of Texas-Pan American, Catch, Open Source Gallery, AUNTS, Ulla’s Salon, Movement Research at the Judson Church, Roulette, Movement Research Festival, Chez Bushwick, and The Kitchen. She has also made work collaboratively with Abby Crain and Samuael Topiary; Pascale Wettstein; and Marya Wethers. She was a Movement Research Artist-in-Residence 2010-2012.