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09 Sep

DTSBDC is featured in the Washington Diplomat News

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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’

 


 

21 Aug

Dana talks to GW Magazine

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Dana Tai Soon Burgess talks to GW Magazine about the company’s residency in the feature 5 Questions on Dancing (When Everyone is Watching)

 


 

21 Aug

DTSBDC featured at Dance Informa

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DTSBDC’s residency at the Smithsonian is featured in an article, Art in Motion: American Portraiture Comes to Life at the Smithsonian, at Dance Informa.

 


 

03 Jun

DTSBDC joins forces with the Smithsonian

In DTSBDC Blog,news by dtsbco.admin / 3 June, 2016 / 0 Comments
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News from Smithsonian.com

Read the Smithsonian’s press about Dana Tai Soon Burgess becoming the first Choreographer-In-Residence: Reimagining Portraiture Through Dance

 


 

30 May

Dana Tai Soon Burgess named Smithsonian’s first choreographer in residence

In DTSBDC Blog,news by dtsbco.admin / 30 May, 2016 / 0 Comments
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Dana will be National Portrait Gallery’s choreographer-in-residence

Dana Tai Soon Burgess has been named the Smithsonian’s first choreographer-in-residence at the National Portrait Gallery. For the next three years, Dana will create new works inspired by museum exhibitions and participate in public discussions about dance and art. In addition, Dana Tai Soon Burgess Dance Company will premiere the new dances in the museum. Kim Sajet, director of the National Portrait Gallery said “Dana’s work brings to life stories and emotions and enriches the life of the museum.”

To kick off the partnership, Burgess will create a new work focused on American diversity in conjunction with The Outwin, the museum’s triennial portrait competition (on view through Jan 8, 2017). The work will be performed this fall.

Read the announcement in the Washington Post

Read the press release