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- Artichoke Dance Company
A modern dance company in New York City.
- Belly Dance with Paola
A page to learn more about the most beautiful belly dancer in New York City
- Bellydance NY
A one-stop resource for Metropolitan New York area Oriental dancers, dance enthusiasts, and anyone and everyone who wants to know what's what and what's happening in this particular and often baffling corner of Bellydance World.
- Country Dance New York
The page for information on Contra and English Country Dancing in New York City.
- Dance Theater Workshop
An active Chelsea theater, featuring modern dance, performance art, theater and music events.
This is the dance studio where Al Pacino learned to Tango for Scent of a Woman
- Dancing in NYC
Nice list of places to visit if you're in the mood to dance.
- Dancing On A Line
An e-zine that features information, writing, and photography about cutting-edge dance performance from around the world.
- Free Range Arts
Free Range Arts will present the first production of its new showcase series, Home Cookin', on March 30th at 8:00 pm. The series will feature the finished works of six emerging choreographers and performance artists, followed by a Meet the Artist panel discussion.
- Gaynor Minden Pointe Shoes
Gaynor Minden are the revolutionary new pointe shoe that uses modern materials. With shanks and boxes made of an elastomeric and cushioned linings throughout, dancers need no longer rely on antiquated cardboard, paper and paste construction. They have a showroom in Chelsea where dancers are fitted by appointment.
- Lydia Taranco Dance
Lydia Taranco Dance combines modern techniques with Afro-Cuban rumba, flamenco, salsa, and other traditional Latin dances. The web site provides information and pictures about Ms. Taranco's choreography and performances in New York, Toronto, and elsewhere, and offers useful dance-related links.
- New York Belly Dancer
This site will help keep you informed of the belly dance classes and performances in New York City. In the future, it will contain profiles (including photos) of top dancers and information on shopping for costumes and supplies
- New York City Ballet
You can't separate New York from New York City Ballet. And you wouldn't want to. "New York is the only place in the world where we could have built this company," George Balanchine said. The singular mix of cultures, creative influences, talent, audiences and tastes could only happen here.
- Paul Taylor Dance Company
Paul Taylor Dance Company - now in its forty first year - celebrates the artistry of Paul Taylor, performing his dances throughout the world. As Mr. Taylor continues to create new works (now more than 100) on his company, the critical acclaim for premieres and classics alike resounds. The company’s long history includes performances in over four hundred cities in more than sixty nations. The company has represented the United States at arts festivals in over forty different countries, and has completed ten tours sponsored by the United States Department of State.
- Schedule for Scotia Dancers in New York
Scots dancing Mondays at 7PM-9:45-- Madison Ave. Baptist Church, 30 E. 31st. St., New York. Admission $7; or $60 for a ten-week series, $40 for final seven-week series.
- Syzokryli Dance Ensemble
This world class dance ensemble brings out the beauty of the Ukrainian theme interwoven with elements of ballet, modern and stylized folk dance.
- The New York Swing Dance Society
A not-for-profit arts organization dedicated to the revival and promotion of swing dancing to live Big Band music. They are organized under the Cultural Council Foundation. The Society sponsors weekly dances with live Big Bands every Sunday evening at The Continental Club/ Irving Plaza, 17 Irving Place at 15th Street.
- Times Squares Square Dance Club
"The only square dance club in Manhattan."
- Will's New York Dance Page
Country/contra dance events in the New York Area
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