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Dance Lineup Announced for Lincoln Center Out of Doors 2014, Beg. 7/20

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Dance Lineup Announced for Lincoln Center Out of Doors 2014, Beg. 7/20

From July 20 through August 10, Lincoln Center Out of Doors will offer more than 100 free performances across the Lincoln Center campus. The 44th season of the popular summer festival features premieres and debuts, family programs and a wide range of music and dance events. Dance presentations are listed in chronological and performance order, below. For a complete listing of events, visit: LCOutofDoors.org.

All events are FREE; no tickets required.


TUESDAY, JULY 22

6:30 pm

David Rubenstein Atrium

Film: Passinho Dance Off: The Movie (North American Premiere)

(Emílio Domingos; 2013; Brazil)

Presented in collaboration with Film Society of Lincoln Center

Performance:

Behind the Groove: Welcome Party for A Batalha do Passinho

DJ KS*360 of Full Circle Productions

A Batalha do Passinho is sponsored by the Secretaria de Estado de Cultura do Rio de Janeiro.

Presented in collaboration with Brasil Summerfest.

THURSDAY, JULY 24

7:30 pm

Damrosch Park Bandshell

A Batalha do Passinho (U.S. Debut)

A Batalha do Passinho is sponsored by the Secretaria de Estado de Cultura do Rio de Janeiro.

Presented in collaboration with Brasil Summerfest.

Rennie Harris Puremovement

Artistic Director/Choreographer: Rennie Harris

Program

"Nuttin But A Word"* (2013); including Ambient (2013); "GET IT"* (2012);"CHURCH"* (2012);

Spirit Migrations* (trio) (2013); Students Of The Asphalt Jungle (1995)

*Indicates a N.Y. premiere

FRIDAY, JULY 25

8:30 pm*

Damrosch Park Bandshell

Pam Tanowitz Dance

PASSAGEN

Music by John Zorn with live performance by violinist Pauline Kim Harris

Choreography by Pam Tanowitz

The Spectators (excerpt)

Music by Annie Gosfield with live performance by FLUX Quartet

(*NOTE: time approximate; follows opening concert set at 7:30 by eighth blackbird)

SATURDAY, JULY 26

Family Day

11:00 am-1:00 pm, 2:00 pm-4:00 pm

Roslyn and Elliot Jaffe Drive

National Dance Day Celebration

Baby Loves Disco - A Family Dance Party

Led by a DJ, an MC and guest dancers, children (ages 3 and up) and their families will join in with dancing, face painting and more to celebrate the 10th anniversary of this riotous dance party

Presented in association with National Dance Day

Family Day sponsored by Disney

1:00 pm-2:00 pm

Josie Robertson Plaza

A Batalha do Passinho Dance Class

The teenage dancers from Rio's baile funk scene will demonstrate basic moves of this constantly evolving dance form in a casual, family-friendly, participatory workshop and dance party

A Batalha do Passinho is sponsored by the Secretaria de Estado de Cultura do Rio de Janeiro.

Presented in collaboration with Brasil Summerfest.

Family Day sponsored by Disney

4:00 pm

Josie Robertson Plaza

National Dance Day

Group Dance

Presented in Association with the Dizzy Feet Foundation

FRIDAY, AUGUST 1

5:00 pm

Hearst Plaza

A Celebration of Jenneth Webster

Music, dance and spoken word tribute to Lincoln Center Out of Door's long-time Director of Public Programming, will include dance performances by Taylor 2; Yoshiko Chuma and the School of Hard Knocks; Elaine Summers; Ologundê; Brooklyn Jumbies; and the Chinese American Arts Council Dancers.

8:30 pm**

Damrosch Park Bandshell

Paul Taylor Dance Company: 60th Anniversary

Fibers (1961)

Aureole (1962).

Piazzolla Caldera (1997) (World Premiere of live collaboration with Pablo Ziegler's New Tango Ensemble; Commissioned by Lincoln Center for Lincoln Center Out of Doors)

(**NOTE: time approximate; follows opening concert set at 7:30 by Pablo Ziegler's New Tango Ensemble)

SATURDAY, AUGUST 2

8:15 pm***

Damrosch Park Bandshell

Camille A. Brown and Dancers: Mr. TOL E. RAncE

Camille A. Brown, Director/Choreographer

Music by Brandon McCune, Kurt "KC" Clayton, Jonathan Melville Pratt, and Scott Patterson

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