NOV 29, 30 + DEC 1, 2
A double bill performance featuring the PREMIERE of Homeward by Benjamin Millepied and HERE and NOW from one of the most celebrated and respected young Bharata Natyam dancers, Mythili Prakash.
With music by Steve Reich and Bryce Dessner
Orpheus Highway | Millepied
HERE and NOW | Prakash
Homeward | Millepied
I fall, I flow, I melt
I fall, I flow, I melt - US Premiere
We transforming 2245 for this US Premiere and full-evening work from L.A. Dance Project Artistic Director, Benjamin Millepied. Presented in the round, this intimate performance experience is the culmination of Millepied’s recent explorations into the depth and complexity of some of Johann Sebastian Bach’s most celebrated music. Featuring movements from his previous work, Bach Studies (Part 1), Millepied includes additional compositions from David Lang to further elevate techniques of counterpoint, fugue, and canon within his choreography.
Accompanying the ensemble of twelve dancers will be violinist, Etienne Gara, Artistic Director of L.A.’s Delirium Musicum. Gara will perform Bach’s Partita for Violin No. 2 in D Minor as well as sections from Mystery Sonatas by David Lang. Frequent L.A. Dance Project collaborator and Ermenegildo Zegna Artistic Director Alessandro Sartori will design costumes for the piece.
BELLA LEWITZKY REVIVAL
APR 4 - 20
LADP Revives a Southern California treasure. Dancer, choreographer, educator, caring humanitarian and champion of freedom of expression, Lewitzky was a lifelong resident of Southern California. Born while her parents were members of the socialist Llano Del Rio Colony in 1916, Lewitzky became the star of the Lester Horton Dance Group, the first American interracial dance company, based in Los Angeles in the 1930’s and 40’s where she was the primary developer of the Horton technique.
CalArts x LADP
CalArts Dance x LADP partner for a series of workshops, conversations, and performances at 2245.
MAKING:LA, Jay Carlon
FEB 7, 8, 9, 10
Jay Carlon presents his new work developed during LADP’s MAKING:LA Residency Program.
Inside the studio with L.A. Dance Project at 2245. Take a front row seat and observe our dancers, choreographers, and artistic staff as they develop new work and prepare for upcoming performances.