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NYDP Fall Studio Showing – October 29th and November 5th

Mixed repertoire featuring excerpts of works in progress by NYDP Artistic Director Davis Robertson and Resident Choreographer Madison Hicks. Along with excerpts of Swan Lake and Gerald Arpino’s Viva Vivaldi. Bridge For DanceOctober 29 5:00 pmNovember 5 5:00 pm5:00PM for both days Tickets $10 per personIncludes wine reception. Fall back into dance with NYDP. Read more

“Out of Quarantine” Choreography Competition Announced

After the success of last year’s online choreography competition, NYDP is excited to announce the competition is back! With an aim to create post-pandemic opportunities for aspiring choreographers, NYDP is accepting competition submissions from July 15th – August 21st. Best of weekly submissions will be featured on our social media channels, and the winner will […] Read more

Spring 2021 Trainee Program Announced

After a successful first half of our 2020-21 season, NYDP is excited to announce the launch of a new program beginning in March of 2021. The NYDP Trainee Program gives dancers a unique opportunity to train again IN PERSON. While the wait has been hard, Trainees can now safely do what they love, every day, […] Read more

NYDP in Sydney, Australia!

Read about NYDP’s upcoming summer intensive in Sydney Australia this January! Click here to read more. Read more

NYDP Announces Guest Dancers in “Clara & The Nutcracker”

NYDP Dancers Maria Gabriela Perez and Steven Scarduzio will be guest artists dancing the Sugar Plum Fairy and Cavalier in Connecticut Dance Theater’s “Clara and the Nutcracker” December 20-22 in Waterbury, CT. Connecticut Dance Theatre: The Nutcracker Read more

Read a dance review by our Assoc. Artistic Director Nicole Robertson

Performing Arts: Dance EMILY COATES AND EMMANUELE PHUON November 13, 2018 Our media-saturated, attention-deficit, youth-driven culture makes something very touching, even sweetly tender, out of watching mature women with deep knowledge and experience share their meditations onstage. Both Emily Coates and Emmanuele Phuon (sharing a program at Danspace) were conceptually rigorous, engaging, and supported by […] Read more