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Tango with the Stars in The Washington Post

On Thursday April 10th Chamber Dance Project presented Tango with the Stars at One Metro Center, an intimate Argentinian-themed gala benefiting the Project’s upcoming debut season at the John F. Kennedy Center in June. After a rooftop champagne reception, guests were treated to dinner and a wildly entertaining tango competition starring notable Washingtonians. Photographer Kate Warren captured the scene.Tango image

(Photo by Kate Warren)
From The Washington Post 
BY HELENA ANDREWS
Check out the complete article and more pictures, here.

Tango with the Stars featured on “Lets Talk Live”

Chamber Dance Project Artistic Director Diane Coburn and DC United Foward Michael Seaton were featured on ABC 7 News' morning show Let's Talk Live on March 24. Check out the interview below!

Announcing our Kennedy Center Season

Chamber Dance Project, dancers & musicians makes its debut as a Washington-based ensemble in a program of vibrant contemporary ballets that mix intimacy, edge, and emotion--all set to live music. June 26-28 at The Kennedy Center Terrace Theather Tickets go on sale April 28, 2014 at 10:00 AM on The Kennedy Center website Program features two world premieres including a contemporary tango ballet by →

Jorge Amarante

Jorge

Guest Choreographer for Our 2014 Season 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 →

Why Chamber Dance Project?

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 →