Boston Celebrates National Choreography Month with Premiere Performances, Feb 2014

Related: NACHMO, National Choreography Month, Boston
Boston Celebrates National Choreography Month with Premiere Performances, Feb 2014

25 local choreographers will be presenting new dance works created in the month of January in celebration of National Choreography Month (NACHMO). Green Street Street Studios in Cambridge, MA is hosting two shows on February 7th and 8th at 8:00pm. From solos, to duets and groups presenting a diversity of dance styles, each evening will feature a unique roster of new work created by local artists.

February 7th's choreographers include Cambridge Dance Company, Caroline Carbo, Eugenia Kim / Penumbra, Impact Dance Company, Intimations Dance, Kristy Kuhn, Natalia Maldari, Ryan P. Casey, Sarah Mae Gibbons, TRANVERS DANS / Saeed Alan Siamak, Trip Ventrella, and Wisty Andres.

February 8th inclues Audrey & Melanie Zaferos, Brenna Banister, Cape Cod Dance Center, Gracie Novikoff, Grant Jacoby, Hannah Katz, Jesse Keller / DanceTheYard, Megan McLyman / Accumulation Dance, MerEdith Lyons Dance, OnStage Dance Company, Paradise Lost, Rowan Salem, and Stylized Movement.

The performances will celebrate the vibrant creativity of the Boston dance scene and hopes to forge new artistic connections that will strengthen our community. Tickets are $10 and both shows are expected to sell out. Advance tickets are available at Green Street Studios is located at 185 Green Street, Cambridge, MA 02130.

NACHMO is a yearly choreographic kick in the pants conceived by Sharyn Korey and Anna Brown Massey. Nachmo spurs dancers to choreograph by challenging you to work against a deadline. Choreographers have one rollicking month from January 1st to the 31st to forge new steps and complete their pieces. Learn more about NACHMO at

Photo Credit: Kristophe Diaz

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