Eryc Taylor Dance to Perform EMERGENCE at Baruch Performing Arts Center, 4/22

Eryc Taylor Dance to Perform EMERGENCE at Baruch Performing Arts Center, 4/22

Eryc Taylor Dance, Inc. (ETD) presents Emergence on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at the Rose Nagelberg Theater at Baruch College Performing Arts Center, 55 Lexington Ave, NYC, at 6pm and also at 8:30pm. Emergence, an evening of dance, will feature original pieces choreographed by recipients of 2013 ETD grants for aspiring choreographers, as well as a piece by Eryc Taylor. Tickets are $25 ($15 for students and seniors) and are available at 866-811-4111 and online at A gala reception ($100 ticket) will take place between shows and will include a meet and greet with the choreographers as well as an open wine bar.

The featured choreographers were chosen by ETD after an open application process entered by many applicants. Grant monies were used to pay expenses incurred by these choreographers in developing the pieces being presented on April 22nd.

The program will include:

Choreographed by Gierre Godley
Music: "Rorschach" by Loscil
Dancers: Gierre Godley, Stanton Jacinto, Carlos Kerr, Aaron McGloin, and Collin Ranf

Full Circle
Choreographed by Ashley Carter
Music: "New Day" by Kate Havnevik and "Old Skin" by Olafur Arnalds
Dancers: Ashley Carter, Yuika Iso, Vanessa Martinez de Banos, Ariel Miasnik, Katie Sloan, and Yurie Tsurumi

A Tiempo
Choreographed by Jesus Olivera
Music: "MataMe" from the film Amantes, edited by Angely Holguin
Dancers: Soleil Acevedo, Angely Holguin-Veras, Shannon Maynor, Genene McGrath, Courtney Sauls, Lila Shmickel, and Chloe Slade

Relax... It's Just Ibiza
Choreographed by Eryc Taylor Dance and Company
Music: IBIZA Summer 9/2013 mixed by DJ Ze-Zhu
Dancers: Jacinthe Burton, Idina Cortez, Adam DiLoreto, Alyssa Maksym, Jesus Olivera, and Danielle Schulz

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