Daniel Lewis Miami Dance Sampler
Video link: https://vimeo.com/45136681
Celebrate the strength and diversity of the Miami dance scene in an exciting season preview of Miami's established companies and choreographers. Produced in collaboration with the New Wolrd School of the Arts, Florida Dance Education Organization and Miami Dance Futures.
The Book of Psalms – A Contemporary Dance Journey
The evening features the world premiere of their newest work, The Book of Psalms, choreographed by Dance NOW!'s critically acclaimed Artistic Directors Hannah Baumgarten and Diego Salterini. Inspired by the ancient texts of the old testament, "Psalms" is a contemporary dance journey through the hopes, joys, loyalties, sorrows, doubts and aspirations of the human heart.
Spring Forward at the North Beach Bandshell
Dance NOW! presents a romantic evening under the stars welcoming our glorious Florida Spring at the historic North Beach Bandshell with special performances from a selected emerging dance company and students from Dance NOW!'s educational residencies.
Puentes No Muros/Bridges Not Walls featuring Mexico City Ballet
Dance NOW! Miami welcomes the world class Mexico City Ballet to share the stage in part two of the “Bridges Not Walls” project, using the language of dance to unite cultures, dispel biases, and diffuse political tensions; sharing hope for humanity through art.
Part one of this International Cultural Exchange included the creation and presentation of the Critically acclaimed Bridges Not Walls which premiered in March of 2017 in Miami, then traveled to Mexico twice, presented in Chetumal, Quintana Roo and Chihuahua as part of the 2017 Internacional Festival Chihuahua.
EKPHRASIS in the Cloisters with the South Beach Chamber Ensemble
Dance NOW! brings its critically acclaimed, site-specific performance to the Spanish Monastery for a truly unique, immersion experience. Stroll through the medieval cloister, following the dancers in an unforgettable journey. St. Bernard de Clairvaux Church and Monastery was built in the town of Sacramenia in Segovia, Spain, in the 12th century but dismantled in the 20th century and shipped to New York City in the United States. It is the oldest building in the Western Hemisphere.