Director and Guest Choreographer
Jorge Amarante was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina where he graduated from the “Instituto Superior de Arte del Teatro Colon”. During his years as a student he was awarded with a scholarship grant from Teatro Colon Foundation. He studied with teachers such as: Wasil Tupin, Mario Galizzi, and went on tour with instructor Hector Zaráspe from the Julliard School of New York. After graduating he danced professionally with the leading companies of Argentina, including Julio Bocca’s company Ballet Argentino. He founded his own company SURDANCE ENSEMBLE in 2003. In 2008 he was promoted to Artistic Director of the leading Ballet Company of Argentina, “Ballet del Teatro Colón”.
We are pleased to welcome Lori Barnett, Claudia Chudacoff, Lysiane Gravel-Lacombe and Derek Smith to Chamber Dance Project. We are very excited to have you all! To read more about these incredible musicians, please visit our Artists page.
Photograph by Eduardo Patino
Tango with the Stars
Chamber Dance Project's Gala
April 10, 2014
(details announced in November)
We are very pleased to announce our partnership with BalletNova Center for Dance as their Resident Company. To commence our partnership, we invite you to BalletNova on Saturday, October 19, 5 – 7pm* during which Diane will show her new work in progress with the dancers and do a demonstration/discussion on the evolution of classical to contemporary ballet. A wine and →
Diane Coburn Bruning, Founder and Artistic Director
Dancers and musicians should collaborate - live - in performance. This is the core belief upon which I founded Chamber Dance Project. The synergy and excitement of this live dialogue is what makes us a performing art; it has a profound impact on those experiencing it.
The first rehearsal in a large theater always disappoints →