All posts tagged as choreographer-in-residence

09 Sep

DTSBDC is featured in the Washington Diplomat News

In news by dtsbco.admin / 9 September, 2017 / 0 Comments
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DTSBDC in The Washington Diplomat News

An article in The Washington Diplomat News gives a great overview of Dana and the company and highlights “After 1001 Nights”, Dana’s most recent work as the Smithsonian’s first choreographer-in-residence.

Read Dana Tai Soon Burgess Dancers Give Life to ‘Face of Battle’

 


 

29 Jul

National Portrait Gallery interviews DTSBDC dancer

In news by dtsbco.admin / 29 July, 2017 / 0 Comments
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National Portrait Gallery talks to dancer Kelly Southall

Kelly talks about his role in Choreographer-In-Residence Dana Tai Soon Burgess’ new work “After 1001 Nights” that premiered July 8, 2017 and gives his thoughts on art, inspiration and dancing in a museum.

Read the interview with Kelly Southall

 


 

14 Jul

Dana Tai Soon Burgess talks to Stars and Stripes

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Stars and Stripes interviews Dana Tai Soon Burgess about his new work

Dana talks to Stars and Stripes about why he was inspired to use the “The Face of Battle: Americans at War, 9/11 to Now” exhibition for his new work “After 1001 Nights” which premiered at the National Portrait Gallery July 8, 2017 and the research that guided his choreography.

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05 Jun

Smithsonian Insider interviews Dana Tai Soon Burgess

In news by dtsbco.admin / 5 June, 2017 / 0 Comments
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Smithsonian Insider visits a DTSBDC rehearsal

Emily Karcher Schmitt from the Smithsonian Insider attends a company rehearsal and talks to Dana about his creative process, his engagement with audiences and his role as the Smithsonian’s first Choreographer-In-Residence as he rehearses the company for the upcoming premiere of “After 1001 Nights”.

Read Choregraphy Comes To Smithsonian: Dana Tai Soon Burgess Dance Company To Interpret Portrait Gallery’s “The Face Of Battle”

 


 

11 Jan

Recent Review: danceviewtimes

In news by dtsbco.admin / 11 January, 2017 / 0 Comments
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Portraying Persistence and Change

Read “Portraying Persistence and Change”, the review of DTSBDC’s premiere of Margin at danceviewtimes