Chamber Dance Project, dancers & musicians

presents

Tear the Edge
New Works. New Places.

Diane Coburn Bruning, Artistic Director

Perry Belmont House
Wednesday, July 14 and Thursday July 15, 2021

Thank you to Larry Von Weigel and the Board of the Perry Belmont House for hosting these performances.

ALIGHT

World Premiere

Choreography: Claudia Schreier
Music: Chris Rogerson (b.1988) String Quartet No. 1
Costumes: Bekah Nettekoven Tello

Francesca Dugarte   Grace-Anne Powers
Graham Feeny   Austin Powers   Alexander Sargent

Sally McLain, violin   Karin Kelleher, violin   Jerome Gordon, viola   Todd Thiel, cello

Creation of this work was made possible by Chamber Dance Project’s New Works Fund.

SARABANDE

D.C. Premiere
 
Choreography: Diane Coburn Bruning
Music: Benjamin Britten (1913–1976), “Sentimental Sarabande” from Simple Symphony
 
Christian Denice
 
Sally McLain, violin   Karin Kelleher, violin   Jerome Gordon, viola   Todd Thiel, cello
 
Sarabande was created on Victor Quijada for Chamber Dance Project and premiered in New York City in 2003.

PLAYFUL PIZZICATO

(1924)
 
Music: Benjamin Britten (1913–1976), from Simple Symphony
 
Sally McLain, violin   Karin Kelleher, violin   Jerome Gordon, viola   Todd Thiel, cello

FOUR MEN

World Premiere

Choreography: Diane Coburn Bruning
Music: Luigi Boccherini (1743–1805), from Trios Op.6 No. 5 in G minor, Op.14 No.2 in C minor
and Op. 14 No.5 in E-flat Major

Christian Denice     Austin Powers
Alexander Sargent     Graham Feeny

Sally McLain, violin   Karin Kelleher, violin   Jerome Gordon, viola   Todd Thiel, cello

Creation of this work was made possible by Chamber Dance Project’s New Works Fund.

PAUSE

Welcome by Diane Coburn Bruning, Artistic Director and Larry Von Weigel of the Perry Belmont House

ARRIVING

World Premiere

Choreography: Christian Denice
Music: Phillip Glass (b.1937), The Paris Sky, The Secret Agent
Costumes: Bekah Nettekoven Tello
 
Julia Erickson    Alexander Sargent

Todd Thiel, cello

RHAPSODY NO. 1

(2014)
 
Music: Jessie Montgomery (b.1981)

Sally McLain, violin
 
Rhapsody No. 1 was premiered by Jessie Montgomery in June 2014 at the Cornelia Street Cafe, New York City.

DWELLINGS

World Premiere

Choreography: Christian Denice
Music: Stephan Thelen (b.1959), Circular Lines; Aftab Darvishi (b.1987), Daughters of Sol): Philip Glass (b.1937), Quartet Satz*

Francesca Dugarte   Julia Erickson  Grace-Anne Powers
Graham Feeny   Austin Powers   Alexander Sargent

Creation of this work was made possible by Chamber Dance Project’s New Works Fund

*Each composition was commissioned for the Kronos Quartet’s Fifty for the Future project

BIOGRAPHIES OF THE ARTISTS

Diane Coburn Bruning, Founder and Artistic Director

In 2000, choreographer Diane Coburn Bruning founded Chamber Dance Project, dancers & musicians in New York City guided by a conviction that dance should be performed with live music, that smaller venues afford a more intense experience for viewers and performers alike, and that sharing the creative process engages audiences on a deeper level. In 2013 she moved the company to Washington, D.C.

Diane is an award-winning choreographer who has worked with dance, theatre, and opera companies throughout the U.S. and abroad. She has received a Guggenheim Fellowship, two fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, two fellowships New York Foundation for the Arts, the McKnight National Fellowship, a Dewar’s Young Artist Award, fellowships from Sundance Film Institute, Yale University School of Drama, Leopold Schepp Foundation and Virginia Commission on the Arts, and a Strauss Fellowship. She has also received support from Meet the Composer, the Harkness Foundation, New York State Council for the Arts, Heathcote Foundation, David Howard Foundation, and The Carlisle Project.

Diane has worked with Atlanta Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Boston Ballet, Juilliard Dance Ensemble, American Repertory Ballet, Milwaukee Ballet, Joffrey II, Nashville Ballet, Aspen Ballet, Ballet Chicago, Ballet Memphis, Daghdha Dance (Ireland), Minnesota Ballet, Chautauqua Ballet, Woolly Mammoth Theatre, and Studio Theatre among others. Her popular Ramblin’ Suite, her collaboration with the Red Clay Ramblers, was commissioned by Atlanta Ballet and performed by Milwaukee Ballet. She has worked on productions with Pittsburgh Opera, Glimmerglass Festival, and four with Washington National Opera at the Kennedy Center. Vogue Television did a feature on her, and Dance magazine named her as one of “25 to Watch.” Diane’s works appeared in the International Ballet Festival in Colombia, South America, and her major work Boots was premiered near Berlin with Ballett Magdeburg.

She has done commercial work for top brands and clients including Nickelodeon, People magazine, Lord and Taylor, and Lladro. She has done theatrical work for Studio Theatre, Woolly Mammoth Theatre, and Shakespeare Theatre Company. At Shakespeare Theatre Company she worked alongside director Michael Kahn, receiving a Helen Hayes Award nomination for her choreography of the musical Improbable Frequencies. She has been a guest artist at more than 25 conservatory and university dance departments, including several times for Juilliard and Tisch/NYU. She has been a teaching artist for Lincoln Center Institute and New York City Ballet and has served on many grant panels. Diane directed the Craft of Choreography Conference, helped found Pacifica Choreography Project, and has led choreographic workshops throughout the country

Graduating with honors from Butler University’s Jordan College of Arts, she later received their Alumni Achievement Award. She holds a master’s in choreography from NYU and studied composition privately with Bessie Schoenberg and music with Juli Nunlist. Diane studied for a year with renowned designers Jennifer Tipton and Ming Cho Lee on a post-graduate fellowship from Yale University School of Drama.

Dancers

Christian Denice

Christian Denice’s professional dance experience includes Odyssey Dance Theatre, River North Dance Chicago, Company E, Montgomery Ballet, BODYTRAFFIC, the Cambrians, and Les Ballets Jazz de Montreal. Christian has spent the past two years on faculty with the Joffrey Academy of Dance and Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s HS Pro Program. As a choreographer, he has created new works for Odyssey Dance Theatre, LEVELdance Chicago, DanceWorks Chicago, Interlochen Center for the Arts, METdance too, the Los Angeles Contemporary Dance Company, Visceral Dance Chicago, Missouri Contemporary Ballet, Western Michigan University, METdance Houston, Modern America Dance Company, Modas Dance, SALT II, Wylliams/Henry Contemporary Dance Company, and Eisenhower Dance Detroit. Christian is the 2015–2016 winner of the University of South Florida’s Echo Choreographic Competition and the 2016 winner of the Joffrey Academy’s Winning Works Choreographic competition. In April 2016, Christian directed and choreographed a short dance film entitled “the watchers” filmed by Salt Lake City-based videographer Bryce Johnson. He is a certified Power Vinyasa yoga instructor and teaches for CorePower Yoga. Recently, Christian had the opportunity to re-stage KOSMOS by Andonis Foniadakis on the dancers of the National School of Dance in Athens, Greece.

FRANCESCA DUGARTE

Born in Caracas, Venezuela, Francesca Dugarte trained at Academia de Ballet Clasico Nina Novak and La Scala Theatre Ballet School. She has been a principal dancer at Teatro Teresa Carreno, a demi-soloist at Zurich Ballet, a principal dancer at Victor Ullate Ballet, guest artist at Slovakia National Ballet and is currently a member of The Washington Ballet. In 2011, Francesca was a contestant on the reality show, Amici di Maria de Fillippi in Rome. She is the winner of numerous awards including second place in Youth American Grand Prix, second place in Arabesque International Ballet competition in Russia, Jury Award in Jackson Ballet Competition, first place and Presidential Sponsorship Award in Korea’s International Ballet Competition, first place in Rieti Danza Festival, and most recently, second place in World Ballet Competition in Orlando. Francesca has danced a wide repertoire of the classics as well as contemporary works by Twyla Tharp, George Balanchine, Victor Ullate, Septime Webre, Trey McIntyre, Val Caniparoli, and Annabelle Ochoa among others. She made her debut with Chamber Dance Project in Diane’s pas de deux Berceuse in performances at Baltimore’s Peabody Institute in March 2014. This is Francesca’s sixth season with CDP, and she is sponsored by Liubov and David Keeton.

JULIA ERICKSON

Originally from Seattle, Julia Erickson received her training on scholarship with Pacific Northwest Ballet School and San Francisco Ballet School. She toured to Europe and Asia with PNB and danced with Texas Ballet Theater for two seasons prior to joining PBT in 2001. She was promoted to soloist in 2004 and to principal in 2009. Among her principal roles, Julia has performed Swan Lake (Odette/Odile), La Bayadère (Nikiya), The Sleeping Beauty (Aurora, Lilac Fairy, Carabosse), La Sylphide (the Sylph), Le Corsaire (Gulnare), Diana and Acteon; Balanchine’s Theme and Variations, Western Symphony(4th Movement), Who Cares?, Prodigal Son, Sylvia Pas de Deux, Agon, and Serenade; and Jerome Robbins’ West Side Story Suite (Anita), In the Night, and Fancy Free. She has also danced the roles of Lady Capulet in Jean-Christophe Maillot’s Roméo et Juliette, Myrtha in Giselle, “An Episode in his Past” in Antony Tudor’s Jardin Aux Lilas (Lilac Garden), the Wife in Jerome Robbins’ The Concert, and featured roles in Balanchine’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Helena, Hippolyta), The Four Temperaments (2nd Theme), and Divertimento No. 15. Her contemporary repertory includes Paul Taylor’s Company B; Twyla Tharp’s In the Upper Room, Nine Sinatra Songs, and Octet; William Forsythe’s In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated, and Jiří Kylián’s Petite Mort and Sinfonietta. Julia also dances for Santa Monica-based Barak Ballet, received Pittsburgh’s 2014 BRAZZY Award for outstanding female dancer and is an entrepreneur and writer. This is Julia’s third season with CDP, and she is sponsored by Kate Costlow and John D’Amore.

DAVIT HOVHANNISYAN

Born in Armenia, Davit Hovhannisyan began dancing at the age of six and four years later he was accepted into the National Ballet School of Armenia on a full scholarship. At the age of 16, he began his professional career with the Armenian National Ballet Company. After arriving in the United States he received critical acclaim dancing with numerous companies throughout the country and joined Milwaukee Ballet in 2004. He is a principal dancer with Milwaukee Ballet where he is in his ninth season. He has danced many principal roles such as Romeo in Romeo and Juliet, Basilio in Don Quixote, Rudolfo in La Bohème, the title role in Dracula, Oberon in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Captain Hook/Mr. Darling in Peter Pan, Prince Solor in La Bayadère, Tamino in The Magic Flute, Captain Phoebus in The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Prince Siegfried in Swan Lake, the Moon Prince in Scheherazade, Franz in Coppélia, and leads in The Nutcracker as well as in numerous contemporary ballets. Davit has worked with contemporary choreographers including Michael Pink, Stephen Mills, Bruce Wells, Diane Coburn Bruning, Trey McIntyre, Margo Sappington, Kathryn Posin, and Mark Godden, among many others. This is Davit’s fifth season with CDP, and he is sponsored by Reina and Brad Brekke.

AUSTIN POWERS

Austin Powers, a native of Portland, Oregon, began his ballet training at the age of 5. He trained on full scholarship at Houston Ballet Academy, San Francisco Ballet School, Alonzo King LINES Ballet School, the Center for Movement Arts, and the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance. Austin began his professional career in 2014 as a trainee with Ballet San Jose, and the following year was a silver medalist at the Youth America Grand Prix competition. He joined BalletMet in 2015, where he has been performing for five seasons. He has danced original choreography by Cooper Verona, Myles Thatcher, Edwaard Liang, Matthew Neenan, Dalia Rawson, Mads Eriksen, and Grace-Anne Powers. Some of his favorite roles have been in Edwaard Liang’s Romeo and Juliet as Tybalt, 18+1 by Gustavo Ramirez Sansano, Interplay by Jerome Robbins, Symphonic Dances by Liang, Fool’s Paradise and After the Rain by Christopher Wheeldon, Cacti by Alexander Ekman, and Herr Drosselmeyer in Gerard Charles’ The Nutcracker. He has also collaborated with his wife Grace-Anne, to choreograph and dance several works for San Jose’s Commons arts festival, and an original production of Amahl and the Night Visitors for Opera Project Columbus.

GRACE-ANNE POWERS

Grace-Anne Powers, a Pennsylvania native, is currently an artist with BalletMet. She began her ballet training at Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet and continued her studies at The Art of Classical Ballet in Pompano Beach, Florida, with Magaly Suarez. Prior to joining BalletMet in 2015 she was a dancer at Ballet San Jose, a soloist at La La La Human Steps in Montreal and a principal soloist with the Cuban Classical Ballet of Miami. She has performed a large repertoire of principal roles in the classics including Giselle, Swan Lake, La Bayadère , Don Quixote, Sleeping Beauty, Romeo and Juliet, Carmen, Esmeralda, Raymonda, and Le Corsaire, among others. With La La La Human Steps, she performed in New Work choreographed by Edouard Lock, which premiered in Amsterdam in 2011 and then toured internationally for the following two years. She has also had the pleasure of dancing works by George Balanchine, Jerome Robbins, Edwaard Liang, William Forsythe, Twyla Tharp, Ohad Naharin, Paul Taylor, Val Caniparoli, Dwight Rhodin, Yuri Zhukov, Amy Siewert, Andrea Schermoly, Alex Ketley, Gustavo Ramirez Sansano, Micheal Pink, Matthew Neenan, Alberto Alonso, and Jorge Garcia, among others. Her awards include the Jury Award at Shanghai IBC in China and a Silver Medal at the World Ballet Competition in Orlando. She was named one of Pointe magazine’s Standouts of 2018 for her interpretation of the title role in Edwaard Liang’s Giselle. Grace-Anne has also been involved in several film projects for BalletMet including In “Tandem” and “Becoming Violet”, for which she received an Emmy Award.

ALEXANDER SARGENT

Alexander Sargent is a Washington D.C. native, having begun his dance training under Kee Juan Han at The Washington Ballet before attending and graduating from The HARID Conservatory with the Jeannot B. Cerrone Award for excellence in performance. In 2020 he graduated from Juilliard. Alex has performed in works by Martha Graham, Peter Chu, Twyla Tharp, José Limón, and Stephen Petronio and danced the principal role in Donald McKayle’s Crossing the Rubicon at Lincoln Center. Alex has also worked as a digital media producer for performing artists and arts organizations since 2018. This is Alex’s first season with Chamber Dance Project and he is sponsored by Donna And Jon Gerstenfeld.

GRAHAM FEENY, Apprentice

Born and raised in Toledo, Ohio, Graham began dancing at the age of two and trained in all styles at Company C Dance Club. He is now in his fourth year at The Juilliard School where he has performed in works of Bobbi Jene Smith, Jamar Roberts, Paul Taylor, and most recently Ohad Naharin. Additionally, Graham’s participated in Netherlands Dance Theatre and Arts Umbrella’s summer programs where he learned works of Crystal Pite, William Forsythe, Sharon Eyal, and Paul Lightfoot among others. This is Graham’s first season with Chamber Dance Project.

Musicians

SALLY MCLAIN, VIOLINIST

Violinist Sally McLain received her Bachelor and Master of Music degrees with High Distinction from Indiana University, where she studied with and was assistant to James Buswell. Critically hailed as a “violinist with lots of style” (Washington Post), she has performed as soloist to critical acclaim in a variety of venues that include the Clarice Smith Center’s Gildenhorn Recital Hall, the Kennedy Center’s Terrace Theater, he Library of Congress, Lisner Auditorium, National Gallery of Art, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum. She was a member of the Theater Chamber Players, as well as the Potomac String Quartet, which recorded the complete quartets of David Diamond and Quincy Porter for Albany Records. She is a founding and current member of the Left Bank Quartet, which has been praised for its “brilliant focus and timbral variety” (Gramophone magazine). She is also an adjunct chamber music faculty member at the University of Maryland. She was the concertmaster of the Washington Chamber Symphony for ten seasons and is currently concertmaster for Washington Concert Opera and The Washington Ballet.

JEROME GORDON, VIOLIST

Violist Jerome Gordon enjoys a diversified career as an orchestral, chamber, and studio musician. Prior to moving to Washington, D.C. Mr. Gordon lived in Los Angeles, CA where he performed regularly with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Santa Barbara Symphony, and Pacific Symphony. He has performed and recorded with numerous artists and continues to work in Los Angeles recording soundtracks for television shows and films.

He was a fellow with the New World Symphony in Miami Beach, FL under the direction of Michael Tilson Thomas. During his tenure in New World he toured Europe performing in concert halls in France, Italy, and Spain. He also performed chamber concerts throughout Italy, and collaborated with members of the Orion String Quartet and the Vienna Philharmonic. In 2014 Mr. Gordon relocated to Washington DC and began playing with the National Philharmonic, Maryland Symphony, Alexandria Symphony Orchestra, and Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.

As a studio musician Mr. Gordon has recorded soundtracks for numerous TV shows, video games, and motion pictures, including such notable titles as Lost, Call of Duty, Star Trek Into Darkness, The Help, Green Book, Frozen 1 & 2, the new live action Lion King, and Minions 2.

On stage Mr. Gordon has performed and recorded with popular artists such as Earth, Wind & Fire, Usher, Jennifer Hudson, Carrie Underwood, Stevie Wonder, and Celine Dion, among others. He recently completed an 8-year run with Celine Dion as a violist in her production in Las Vegas, NV at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. After the residency he served as the violist in her string quartet and has been touring with Ms. Dion since 2018.

Mr. Gordon received his Bachelor of Music degree and Certificate in Music Business from Northwestern University working primarily with Mr. Roland Vamos. He continued his training at University of Southern California earning a Master of Music degree with Mr. Donald McInnes.

KARIN KELLEHER, VIOLINIST

A classically trained musician, Karin Kelleher has had a varied and successful career in the symphonic world, playing with the Milwaukee Symphony, Milwaukee Ballet Orchestra and Knoxville Symphony, and holding concertmaster positions with the Woodstock Mozart Festival, Washington Opera Society, the Prairie Ensemble, and Racine Symphony.

Currently she performs with local Washington, DC arts organizations, including the Annapolis Symphony, Maryland Symphony, Washington Concert Opera Orchestra, and the National Philharmonic, to name but a few.

In 2015, Karin released her debut album, Melange, independently created, performed and produced with her husband, Mike Kelleher. Classical and jazz influences come together in Mike’s charts to form a unique style that reflects their personal and musical life. An active educator, she enjoys working with young performers. She teaches privately, coaches master classes, and participates in school educational programs all over Maryland.

TODD THIEL, CELLIST

Todd Thiel is the principal cellist of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra, associate principal cellist of the National Philharmonic Orchestra and the Maryland Symphony Orchestra, and is also a member of the Harrisburg and Delaware Symphony Orchestras, as well as the Baltimore Chamber Orchestra. He received his Bachelor of Music degree from the Peabody Conservatory as a student of Ronald Thomas. At Peabody, Mr. Thiel studied chamber music with noted faculty including Earl Carlyss of the Juilliard String Quartet, Marian Hahn, Ellen Mack, Robert MacDonald and members of the Peabody Trio. His cello teachers have also included Steven Doane, Anthony Elliot and Michael Haber. He has participated in the Pacific Music Festival in Sapporo, Japan; the Center d’Arts Orford in Quebec, Canada; as well as the Bowdoin, Musicorda, Encore and Chautaqua Music Festivals. He has appeared in performances in Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, the Kimmel Center and Suntory Hall, and has been on tour to Japan, China, England, Scotland, South Africa and Zimbabwe. For five years Mr. Thiel was principal cellist of the New Horizons Chamber Ensemble, a Baltimore-based contemporary music ensemble with which he’s been Artist-in-Residence at the Composers’ Institute of the Walden School in New Hampshire. As a member of the New Horizons String Quartet, he has recorded for the “Living Artists Recordings” label and the Baltimore Composers’ Forum. In addition to performing, Mr. Thiel teaches cello and is on the faculty of Loyola University and the College of Notre Dame of Maryland

STAFF AND PRODUCTION TEAM

Troy Riemer, Marketing Director
Shannon Sheridan, Development Associate
Maddie Dunn, Administrative Assistant and Company Manager
Karen Sehnal, Bookkeeper
Connor Mosby, Social Media Manager
Rae Holliday, Publicist
Tanya Green, Events Photographer
Maja E. White, Technical Director
Peggy Dahlquist, Stage Manager
Kathryn Banks, Production Manager and Musician Coordinator
Bekah Nettekoven Tello, Wardrobe Director
Rob Jackson, Production Assistant
Chloe Cuff, Production Intern
Jenn Armentrout, Intern
Sheila Smith, Videographer
Alexander Sargent, Photography and Videography
 
Chamber Dance Project is a Resident Company at BalletNova.
Our administrative offices are located at Metro Offices.

BOARD OF CHAMBER DANCE PROJECT

Nan Moring and Jason Jarrell, Co-Presidents
Joy Treutel, Treasurer
Tanya Green, Secretary
 
Diane Coburn Bruning, ex-officio
Debbi Iwig
Alix McDonough
Kalley McMullen Terry
Lindsay Neinast
Susan Vallon
Guy Williams

THANKS TO OUR NEW WORKS FUND MEMBERS

NEW WORKS FUND MEMBERS 2020-21

Deborah and Bruce Downey
and
Emily Thoresen
Gert and Diane Coburn Bruning
Kate Costlow and John D’Amore
Kate and Phil Crane
Terry Hazel and Daniel Rose
Lisa and David Hooper
Sari Hornstein
Luibov and David Keeton
Kay Kendall and Jack Davies
Alix McDonough and Tom Heiple
Jill Nevius and Frederic Schwartz
Elizabeth and Tom Patton
Fanchon Silberstein
Linda and Robert Stillman
Emmanuel Vaughn and Drew Lent

NEW WORKS FUND MEMBERS 2019-20

SEASON SPONSOR CIRCLE

Deborah and Bruce Downey
and
Emily Thoresen

LEADERSHIP CIRCLE

Donna and Jon Gerstenfeld
Linda and Robert Stillman
Alix McDonough
Kate Costlow and John D’Amore

ARTISTIC DIRECTORS CIRCLE

Terry Hazel and Dan Rose
Amy and Paul Creamer
Lisa and David Hooper
Sari Hornstein
Bonnie and Jim Keightley

CHOREOGRAPHERS CIRCLE

Diane Coburn Bruning and Gert W. Bruning
Katherine and Philippe Crane
Kay Kendall and Jack Davies
Elizabeth and Tom Patton
Jackie Eghrari-Sabet and Sina Sabet
Jill Nevius and Frederic Schwartz
Fanchon Silberstein
George Stauffer
Drew Lent and Emmanuel Vaughn

THANKS TO OUR ARTIST SPONSORS

Sally McLain | Jerome Andersen, Charlotte Cameron Marshall
Christian Denice | Alix McDonough, Tom Heiple
Francesca Dugarte | Marilyn Millstone, Bill Apter, Deborah White, Deborah Downey
Julia Erickson | Kate Costlow, John D’Amore, Deborah Downey
Davit Hovhannisyan | Deborah Downey
Bekah Nettekoven Tello | Anonymous
Grace-Anne Powers | Mary and Kevin English, Laura and Randy Moorhead, Guy Williams, Deborah Downey
Austin Powers | Guy Williams, Deborah Downey
Luz San Miguel | Katie and Wally Cooney, June Hajjar, Gail Lione
Alexander Sargent | Donna and Jon Gerstenfeld, Doborah Downey
Jerome Gordon | Gert Bruning, Liubov and David Keeton, Deborah Downey
Todd Thiel | Judith Zink, Deborah Downey
Karin Kelleher | Deborah Downey
Sally McLain | Jerome Andersen, Charlotte Cameron Marshall, Gert Bruning, Deborah Downey

AND TO OUR MANY DONORS:

Annette Aaron
Anne Marie and Ken Abod
Marianne Adams
Anthony Adebusola
Fortune Adem
Susan Adland
Sadaqat Ahmad
Alyson Ahrns
Akjun Ballet Theatre
Maryam Alam
Carolyn Alper
American Music Center
Jerry Andersen
Christina Anderson
Maria Antonis
Bill Apter
Ileana Arroyo
Ali Ashdown
Paul Ashe
Edward and Laura Asher
Steve Attman
Mary Barcella
Miles Barkley
David and Denise Barmak
Cory Barry
Richard and Carol Anne Barth
Trish Batey
Judy Bauer
Christopher Beach
Barbara Bear
Elizabeth Beck
Kathy Bell
Steve Bellman
Colleen and Richard Bergeron
Francine Berkowitz
Nancy and Geoff Berlin
Pat and John Bevacqua
Leila Bham
Vishal Bindal
Mary Bird
Brae and Seth Blackley
Aruna Borkar
Julia Borniva
Mary Bounds
David and Rosemary Bowes
Amorde Brabham
Angel Bracy-Miller
Reina and Brad Brekke
George Brennan
Teresa Brooks
Clay Bruning
Diane Coburn Bruning
Gert Bruning
Troy Bruning
Larry Bryggman
Louisa Buatti
Janis Buchanan
Judith Buchino
Clayton Bullock
Eugenia Burkes
Jennifer Buzzell
Charlotte Cameron Marshall
Laura Carey
Gilbert and Claudia Carpel
Cary Leann Caton
Andrea Chafetz
Tessa Chandler
Jeongseon Choi
Charlotte Chyr
Holly Clark
Robin Clarke
Drew and Julie Coburn
Ted Coburn
Cyna and Paul Cohen
Lawrence Cohen
Sabrina Cohn
Susan Cohn
Rise and Carl Cole
Janet Nuttle Collett
Mimi Conway
Katie and Wally Cooney
Julie Coons
Jackie Cosgrove
Kate Costlow
Carolin Crabbe
Phil and Kate Crane
Janice Crawford
Amy and Paul Creamer
Margie Creighton
Cheryl Crowell
Janet and David Cyphers
Nancy Czapek
Gordon Dale
Dan Cameron
Nicole Daniell
Vena Darling
Judy Davis
Pat Davis
Patricia Davis
Sahar Dawisha
Carlos Camero
D.C. Commission of Arts & Hummanities
Allen DeLeon
Merlon Devine
Deborah and Bruce Downey
Glen Downey
Maureen Doyle
Christina and Jochen Duemler
Jim Dulicai
Donna and Bill Eacho
Jackie Eghrari-Sabet
Joy Elena
Marjorie Elliott
Virginia Emes
Kevin and Mary English
Ric and Judy Erdheim
John Faron
Herta and Jim Feely
Lora Ferguson
Bruno and Agnes Ferrandis
Tim and Diane Ferro-Mesarch
Brian Feuer
Andrew Fischer
Helen Fiske
Floris Flam
Andrea and Tony Foster
Rebecca Foster
Michael Frankhuizen
Virginia Frankhuizen
Barbara Franklin
Marsha & John Frick
Kathryn Fricks
Molly Friedman
Wendy Frieman
Virginia McGehee Friend
Giovanelli Gail
Mary Catherine Galotto
Angela Ganey
Olivia Garard
Donna and Jon Gerstenfeld
Joe Giamichael
Fritz Gibbon
Jerald Goldberg
Rhonda Goldberg
Jennifer Gonzalez
David Gorsline
Kyle Grant
Lynne Greenwald
John Gualtieri
Laura Guthrie
Anne Gwynn
June Hajjar
Cynthia Hajost
Morse Hall
Joanne Hama
Robin and Jay Hammer
Tracey Hanley
Julie Hantman
Jennifer Hardy
Richard Harland
Emily Harrison
Michele Hartlove
Bridget Hartman
Evan Harvey
Kitty and Tim Hayes
Pam and Brian Hayes
Terry Hazel
Castro Hector
Caroline Hilliard
Marian Holmes
Sonya Hoo
Lisa and David Hooper
Sari Hornstein
John Hoskinson
Linda Ingram
Debbi Iwig
Deborah Janke
Calvin Jarrell
Jason Jarrell
Krysten Jenci
Kathryn and Larry Jones
Susan Kamer Davis
Marian Katz
Gabrielle Kaufman
David and Liubov Keeton
Bonnie and Jim Keightley
Kay Kendall
Eileen Kennedy
Angela and Brian Kerns
Alka and Sudhakar Kesavan
Sakina Khan
Ken Kido
Michele Kimball
Robert Knox
Beth and Charles Kohlhoss
Traudel and Gerd Lange
Peter and Alison Lattu
Joseph Laukaitis
Sieminski Laurie
Andrew Leonard
May Lesar
Susan Lesser
Bob Lewis
Kirsten & Andrew Lewis
Linna Liberchuk
Carmen Liebeler
Eve & Bill Lilley
Gail Lione
Andrea Littlejohn
Matthew Littleton
Dale and Frank Loy
Wendy Luke
Frances and Michel Lussenhop Usher
Maureen Macfadden
Debbie Maisel
Myrah Malkin
John Malloy
Linda Manglass
Jelena and David Mann
Nancy Mapother
John Martinec
Robert Masiello
Elaine Maslamani
Marcia Mayo
Louis Mazawey
Hannah Mazer
Craig McCollough
Craig McCullough
Alix McDonough
Darina & Allen McKelvie
Kalley McMullen Terry
Dan McNamara
Carol McNiff
Heather McPhail
Jane Meacham
Micaela and Jack Mendelsohn
Adrian Michaelson
Hani Miletski
Michael & Marjorie Miller
Ihsan Millikin
Marilyn Millstone
Mardell Moffett
Lorinda Moholt
David Montesano
Randy and Laura Moorhead
Nan Moring
Jessica Morton
Brian Murphy
John Murphy
Roger Nakazawa
Shirley Neff
Lindsay Neinast
Jill Nevius
Ryan & Carla Newell
Dr. Anne Nickodem
Robert Nisbet
Eric and Susan Olson
Nancy Ordway
Graciela Ostera
Douglas Palmer
Harry Paterson
Elizabeth and Tom Patton
Philomena Paul
Darren & Vivian Peters
Cindy and Eliot Pfanstiehl
Paul Piazza
Annette Polan
Arlene Polangin
Jim Poles
Brenda Pommerenke
Brent Ponton-Wetly
Maria & Ed Powers
Bob Pownall
Tony and Debra Principi
Virginia Quesada
Neal Racioppo
Sharmila Raj
Meigs Ranney
Firoze and Susan Rao
Dr. Steven Rauch
Jwyanza Reed
Joan Reid
Lola Reinsch
Troy Riemer
Nancy Riker
Abdo Sayegh Rodriquez
Anne Rollins
Daniel Rose
Connie Rosemant
Paul Rosen
Roberta Rosen
Ellen Rosenblum
Linda Rosendorf
Ellen & Neal Rosenthal
Patty and Keith Ross
Beverly Ryan
Molly Ryan
Eric and Cameron Saucier
Lindsey Scannell
Cynthia Schiffrin
Karen Schinnerer
Joanne Schmoll
Rita Schoeny
Steven Schulman
Martha and John Schwieters
Karen and Dan Sehnal
Ann Selnick
Shannon Sheridan
Jerry Shoup
Steven Shulman
David and Willa Siegel
Fanchon Silberstein
Edward Simmer
Cynthia Simon
Martha and Joe Simons
Marilyn Slatnick
Leigh Slaughter
Martha Smith
Sheila Smith
Cailyn Spencer
Naomi Spinrad
Sheila and Doug Stabile
Julie Stafford
Sheila Stampfli
George Stauffer
Linda and Robert Stillman
Janice Stoodley
Iris Straus
John Syphax
Susan Talarico
Maggi Tam Clark
Jeffrey Tanck
Nancy Tartt
Ashleigh Teasley
Brian Thiel
Pauline Thompson
David Toaff
Annie Totah
Ashley Tyson
Susan Vallon
Michael and Alicia Van Arsdall
Ximena Varela
Emmanuel Vaughn & Drew Lent
Robert Vigersky
Jenny Wallack
Joan Weber
Cathy Weiss
Susan and Harvey Weiss
Richard and Anne Wenzel
Alison Westfall
Barbara Whipple
Deborah White
Maja White
Theda and William White
Melynda and David Wilcox
Mark Willey
Zeke and Sheryl Williams Jr
Guy Williams
Katherine Williams
Katy Wilson
Tom Wince
Claire Winestock
Jean and Don Wolf
Antony Wood
Katherine Wood
Farida Wozniak
Margaret Zeigler
Jordana H. Zubkoff

AN EVENING OF DANCE ON FILM

Join us at The Reach at the Kennedy Center on Thursday, October 7 for a program of original dance films created and produced by Chamber Dance Project. For more information, please visit chamberdance.org.

CHAMBER DANCE PROJECT IS A 501 (C) 3 CORPORATION; ALL CONTRIBUTIONS ARE TAX-DEDUCTIBLE TO THE EXTENT OF THE LAW AND MOST SINCERELY APPRECIATED.

CHAMBER DANCE PROJECT

700 12th Street NW, Suite 700, Washington, DC 20005
202.499.2297  chamberdance.org