Refine ballet technique, increase flexibility and strength, and improve your body’s alignment with barre and floor work set to a wide range of music.
For students who have studied ballet either at the Old Town School or elsewhere.
Every Friday we open our class to advanced and professional dancers. Join us in our fieldhouse studio—challenge your technical practice, hone your movement pick-up, strengthen your body, and excite your sense of play-in-motion.
Audience Architects and SeeChicagoDance welcome you to the Closing Celebration of the 5th annual #ChicagoDanceMonth.
Making Space, a choreography forum, provides a unique space where choreographers can create, experiment, and engage in discussion with an audience.
Re-Release Party (The Golden Record) is rooted in a project in 1977 led by Carl Sagan and a dynamic team of scientists and artists who created the Golden Record, a phonograph record which attempts to communicate the story of life on earth for extraterrestrials and future humans.
DanceWorks Chicago is excited to partner with the Lou Conte Dance Studio on DanceChance, a one-hour event designed to offer opportunities for choreographers to show their work informally, create a forum for dialogue among artists, and build audience for dance.
At the end of April, the tap dancers of jorsTAP chicago will take the not so typical stage in the Fulton Market to premiere Gretel and Gretel: The Story of How Hansel Came to Be.
Choreographer: Alexander Ekman
Join the Fiddle Club of the World for a Barn Dance! Square dances for all, with fun calls and friendly instruction by Paul Tyler. Music by the Fiddle Club Orchestra. No experience or partner necessary. Bring your friends.
After a five year hiatus, the New Works program returns with two new works by Artistic Director Rachel Damon and premieres by guest artist Anjal Chande and commissioned choreographers Chrissy Martin and Michelle Modrzejewski.
Of Time and Tide is a concert inspired by questions of place, time sense and self.