WHITE WAVE Dance has announced that it is now accepting applications for emerging and established contemporary choreographers and companies to perform live at the sixth annual SoloDuo Dance Festival February 6 & 7, 2022 at Dixon Place, 161A Chrystie Street, New York, NY. To apply, submit an online application with $80 application fee by August 30, 2021 at 11:30pm ET (Early Bird Special: $70 application fee by August 16, 2021 at 11:30pm ET).
There will be three different programs featuring a total of 30 participating choreographers/companies. In past festivals artists have come from Europe, Canada, East Asia, and across the United States.
Each choreographer/company may submit up to two applications for 2022 SoloDuo Dance Festival (each application requires a separate application form, and application fee). The fee is non-refundable.
All applications will be reviewed by a panel of impartial adjudicators. If your work is selected, you will be notified by e-mail by end of September 2021.
The site for the 6th annual WHITE WAVE SoloDuo Dance Festival, Dixon Place, is located in the heart of the Downtown New York scene.
“The SoloDuo Dance Festival’s foremost priority is to inspire performing artists of all stripes and callings to stretch the limits of their creativity and take it to new heights, and to provide vivid experiences for audiences, with the goal of finding and nurturing promising young talent.” Michele Tabnick PR press release.
Founded in 1988, WHITE WAVE Young Soon Kim Dance Company (WHITE WAVE Dance) is led by Director Young Soon Kim. The company has toured throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. The work reflects “themes and philosophies both modern and timeless.”
Please direct all inquiries regarding the 2022 SoloDuo Dance Festival to: Young Soon Kim, Artistic Director/Producer at (718) 855-8822 or email@example.com.
For more information, visit whitewavedance.org.
To visit the Dixon Place website, click HERE.
Information provided by Michelle Tabnick Public Relations.
Featured image: Smutek Dance Project – Photo by Heather Mrotek