Dance Dance Resolution
Sunday, Jan 20, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM - English
To keep your New Year's resolutions flowing all month long, mark your calendars for Sunday, January 20 from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm as Daybreaker returns to Faena Forum for “Dance Dance Resolution,” an exhilarating day of holistic wellness with dancing, yoga practice, meditation, sound healing and more in partnership with Tierra Santa Healing House.
Start your morning with intention and flow as Tierra Santa’s Spa Director, Agustina Caminos, leads an hour-long yoga session and Twin Hearts Meditation designed to activate the chakras and calm the mind, followed by a sound bath with Dennis Hunter of Warrior Flow. If a fast-paced, high-energy workout is more your style, join choreographer Skyler Rodgers for his signature Skybeat Dance Fitness class in the Forum Amphitheater.
For an epic end to the day, bring your New Year’s resolution to the dance floor and groove to live sets by Miami-based DJ, Dude Skywalker.
Guests of this global installment of “Dance Dance Resolution” will also enjoy complimentary snacks and kombucha, live performances and special surprises throughout the event. Attendees are encouraged to dress in theme with “sparkling white.”
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Tickets start at $25 per person and are available at www.daybreaker.com/city/mia/. The event will take place from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm, and guests participating in yoga must bring their own mats. Subject to availability and capacity restrictions apply.
3300 Collins Ave,
Dance Theatre of Harlem
The groundbreaking black classical dance troupe, whose visit last season – after a nearly 20-year absence – was such a powerful artistic and community event, returns to the Center. An inspiring force for an inclusive vision of ballet since it was founded by the legendary Arthur Mitchell in 1969, Dance Theatre of Harlem performs innovative classical, neo-classical and contemporary works that celebrate the beauty of ballet and of African-American culture.
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This year’s program features a special performance of “Dougla,” choreographed by Geoffrey Holder. This piece will be a collaboration between DTH and The Peter London Global Dance Company, a local troupe recognized as South Florida’s leading professional multi-cultural contemporary dance company.
The program’s entirety includes:
- “Vessels” choreographed by Darrell Grand Moultrie (contemporary ballet)
- “Le Corsaire Pas de Deux” by Petipa (classical tutu ballet)
- “Adagietto #5” by Royston Maldoon (striking and emotional ballet set to Mahler’s 5th Symphony)
- “Dougla” by Geoffrey Holder (exquisite pageantry)
South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center
10950 SW 211 ST,
Farruquito - A. Hugh Adams Central Campus, Broward College
Friday, Feb 1, 2019 at 7:30 PM - English
Farruquito, (Juan Manuel Fernández Montoya), heir to the most renowned Gypsy flamenco dynasty, is the greatest flamenco dancer of this new century (NY Times). Farruquito made his first international stage appearance on Broadway in New York City at the age of four alongside his grandfather, "EL Farruco", and spent his formative years immersed in the legendary Farruco school. He has created and directed over 15 works since the age of eleven and has not only been hailed by critics and audiences alike for his prodigious artistry, but also for his incredible personality, profound poetry and captivating beauty. As the principal inheritor of the greatest Gypsy flamenco bloodline, Farruquito has made it his life's mission to share the purest form of flamenco on stages all around the world while further broadening his influence by collaborating with the most paramount film directors, conductors and artists of our time.
A. Hugh Adams Central Campus, Broward College
3501 Davie Road,
Farruquito - South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center
Saturday, Feb 2, 2019 at 8:00 PM - English
Heir to a famed gypsy flamenco dynasty, Farruquito first lit up the stage at age four, alongside his legendary grandfather El Farruco. Since then he’s been consistently acclaimed as one of flamenco’s greatest performers, a dance artist of breathtaking power, virtuosity, and passion whom the New York Times dubbed “an eagle in flight.”
Prior to the performance there will be a FREE “Dance Talk” about the performance moderated by former Miami Herald Dance Critic Jordan Levin and artists associated with the performance at 6:30pm in the Lab Theater. A post show discussion will also take place immediately following the performance in the Main Stage also moderated by Levine.
South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center
10950 SW 211 ST,
Forever Tango tells the story of the birth of the tango in 19th century Argentina where thousands of men, having abandoned a disintegrating Europe to emigrate to South America, found themselves in the crowded abattoirs (packing houses), the bars and street corners of the arrabales (outlying barrios) and in the enramadas (brothels). The tango was born of this lonely and violent existence.
Miami-Dade County Auditorium
2901 West Flagler St,
Spring Forward at the North Beach Bandshell
Friday, Mar 8, 2019 at 8:00 PM - English
Tickets: $5 at the door
Dance NOW! Welcomes the spring in for this romantic evening under the stars at the historic North Beach Bandshell. With special performance from ATMA YogaDance Company and students from DNM’s educational outreach program.
North Beach Bandshell
7275 Collins Avenue,
Ekphrasis in the Garden (Free)
Sunday, Mar 17, 2019 various times - English
Dance NOW! brings its critically acclaimed, site-specific performance back to one of the treasures of Miami Beach for a truly unique experience. Stroll through the garden, following the dancers in an unforgettable journey of dance.
Miami Beach Botanical Gardens
2000 Convention Center Dr.,
Program II: CONTEMPORANEA 2019 Featuring Terra Mia
Saturday, Mar 30, 2019 various times - English
Tickets: $35 General / $15 Students at the door
Dance NOW! Miami, South Florida's leading contemporary dance company returns to Aventura Arts & Cultural Center for its fourth season, bringing their unique style of relevant, meaningful and impactful dance to the stage in their trademark sinewy, poetic, athletic and graceful style. The evening will feature Terra Mia, the company's homage to Co-Director Salterini's homeland, as they embark on a two-year cultural exchange, exploring the intersection of the Italy Salterini left 20 years ago and the country of today.
Aventura Arts & Cultural Center
3385 NE 188 Street,
Ekphrasis at the Norton
Friday, May 10, 2019 various times - English
The Ekphrasis Project is an immersive, site-specific performance, conceived and branded by Dance NOW! Miami Artistic Directors and Choreographers Diego Salterini & Hannah Baumgarten. Ekphrasis creates dialogue between choreography and visual arts. The performances are unique, migrating events, where the audience is guided from station to station and drawn in to a multi layered arts experience—a forum for exploring the connections between performance and visual arts or architecture. The work presented is designed directly and inspired by the works on display, and can only be performed as such. It is not a dance performance in a museum, but instead, a unique iteration of the artwork through dance.
Norton Museum of Art
1451 S Olive Avenue,
West Palm Beach,
Program III: Book of Psalms
Friday, May 17, 2019 at 8:30 PM - English
Tickets: $35 General / $15 Students & Seniors
South Florida's leading modern dance company, Dance NOW! Miami, graces the stages of the Amaturo theatre for the first time, bringing their unique style of relevant, meaningful and impactful dance performance to the stage in their trademark sinewy, poetic, athletic and graceful style.
The evening features the Broward premiere of the critically acclaimed Book of Psalms, choreographed by Dance NOW!'s 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. The work features an original score from Milwaukee-based percussionist, DeLayne Doyle, costumes from Renato Armijo of Chernaya Bridal House, a breathtaking set from Elizabeth Camargo, President of the Miami Chapter of A.I.A., and lighting design by Bruce F. Brown.
Broward Center for the Performing Arts
201 SW 5th Avenue,