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SjDANCEco

sjDANCEco
sjDANCEco
General information
Name sjDANCEco
Year founded 2003 (2003)
Founders Gary Masters
Maria Basile
Melanie Doerner
Principal venue The California Theatre
Website .org.sjdancecowww
Senior staff
Chief Executive Gary Masters
Coordinator Melanie Doerner
Company Manager Julia Booker
Choreographic Advisor Fred Mathews
Artistic staff
Artistic Director Gary Masters
Maria Basile
Music Director Barbara Day Turner
Principal Conductor Barbara Day Turner
Resident Choreographers Gary Masters
Maria Basile
Heather Cooper
Hsiang-Hsiu Lin
Company Dancers Maria Basile
Raphaël Boumaïla (guest)
Heather Cooper
Dominic Duong
Nhan Ho
Hsiang-Hsiu Lin
Dominique Lomuljo
Marte Osiris Madera
Gabriel Mata
Michael Saenz
Hannah Vaughan
Jeanene Winston
Other
Orchestra San José Chamber Orchestra
Gary Masters, sjDANCEco co-founder
Maria Basile, sjDANCEco co-founder
Melanie Doerner, sjDANCEco co-founder

Based in San José, California, sjDANCEco is a contemporary dance company founded in 2003 by artistic directors Gary Masters and Maria Basile, and Melanie Doerner.[1] The group's artistic vision is "to expand the visibility of Contemporary Dance in the South Bay and region through performances that present World Premieres by company and guest choreographers as well as revivals of Classic American Modern Dance, and to share the breadth and diversity of this potent and passionate art form through community involved programs that celebrate life",[2] while their mission is "to nurture the creative spirit of professional and emerging dance artists and to inspire audiences to discover dance".[3] The sjDANCEco is in residence at the San José State University.[4][5]

The sjDANCEco evolved out of the San José-based Limón West Dance Project, which Gary Masters founded and directed from 1994 to 1998, with present day sjDANCEco dancers Maria Basile, Hsiang Hsiu Lin, Raphaël Boumaïla and Robert Regala.[2] During its first 10 years, sjDANCEco has presented 42 World Premieres, six Revivals, works by master choreographers Donald McKayle and Fred Mathews, and eight works by José Limón during a five-year collaboration with the José Limón Dance Foundation.[2] In addition, sjDANCEco also provides two annual showcases for new works by professional San Francisco Bay Area choreographers through its two annual ChoreoProject Awards and through its "FESTIVAL @ SANTANA ROW", celebrating National Dance Week.[2]

The sjDANCEco is a San Francisco South Bay residents and the community of local dance artists.[6] They introduce new audiences to dance and strive to install a lasting appreciation for the art form.[4]

Gallery

Selected performances

  • Tango Fatal (2013)
  • The Moor's Pavane (2012)

See also

References

  1. ^ [1] Zimmerman, Heather, "San Jose dance company sjDANCEco positively leaps into ninth season with 'Missa Brevis,' three world premieres", San Jose Mercury News, October 10, 2011
  2. ^ a b c d Felciano, Rita , "sjDANCEco moves to San Jose Rep for fall program", San Jose Mercury News, October 26, 2007
  3. ^ [2] Schuk, Carolyn, "Contemporary and Classic Meet in Career of Santa Clara Gymnast-Turned-Dancer", Santa Clara Weekly, no. 40, 2012
  4. ^ a b [3] "sjDANCEco", San José State University College of Humanities and the Arts, (Accessed September 2, 2013)
  5. ^ [4] "Dancers take flight for premiere concert", The Spartan Daily, October 1, 2009
  6. ^ [5] "Nonprofit Report for sjDANCEco", GuideStar, (Accessed September 2, 2013)

External links

  • The sjDANCEco official website
  • The sjDANCEco Facebook page
  • The sjDANCEco Twitter page
  • The sjDANCEco on YouTube
  • The sjDANCEco at the San José State University College of Humanities and the Arts
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