Thu, May 14|
Evenings of Dance in Westchester
We invite you to Evenings of Dance in Westchester, a series of performances created by renowned choreographer Carole Alexis for Ballet des Amériques, the Westchester-based dance company that is quickly making a name for itself on the global stage.
Time & Location
May 14, 2020, 7:00 PM
Emelin Theatre, 153 Library Ln, Mamaroneck, NY 10543, USA
About The Event
We invite you to Evenings of Dance in Westchester, a series of performances created by renowned choreographer Carole Alexis for Ballet des Amériques, the Westchester-based dance company that is quickly making a name for itself on the global stage. Featuring pieces from the company’s eclectic repertoire as well as new works, these Evenings are sure to delight dance aficionados, casual fans and those new to the art, revealing the brilliance of truly original choreography performed by spirited dancers.ABOUT THE COMPANY
VOTED BEST OF WESTCHESTER 2019 Under the directorship of French-American choreographer Carole Alexis, Ballet des Amériques, has been staging productions at the Emelin Theatre since 2012. Proclaimed “Westchester’s Premier Dance Company” by the County Executive and recently voted “Best Ballet Company” by the editors of Westchester Magazine, Ballet des Amériques is committed to developing inclusive dance audiences through choreography and performances of the highest quality. In addition to Evenings of Dance in Westchester, Ballet des Amériques is also producing Nutcracker Dream in collaboration with the Emelin Theatre and will take both productions on international tour in February 2020.
ABOUT THE CHOREOGRAPHER
French-American choreographer Carole Alexis has electrified audiences with her Ballet des Amériques dance company since its foundation in 2011 and has won numerous awards and proclamations for her contributions to the arts and the advancement of culture. A student of Maurice Béjart, Carole Alexis’ choreographic work is rooted in classical ballet training and tradition while drawing upon influences as disparate as children’s games, island rituals, natural phenomena, and modern urban life. Her dances entice and charm the viewer with elements of humor, psychological insight and surprise. Alexis is an artist who understands that movement is the most basic human expression and that the refinement of French ballet technique has allowed for the highest level of movement possible. Her company’s extensive and eclectic repertoire bears her distinctive signature and vision, reinvigorating “ballet” and modern dance for new audiences and connoisseurs alike