March 2014 Central Florida Dance Performances

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February 28, 2014 by Nicole

watch-dance-590Ways to watch dance in Central Florida this month.

Moore Dance Project: New Works Set to the Music of Motown
Hosted by The Center for Contemporary Dance as part of their Works-in-Process Series, Moore Dance Project’s preview performance features new contemporary dance works set to the classic music of the Motown era, including selections set the music of Motown legends such as Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding and many more. The show is choreographed by Artistic Director Dario J. Moore and guest choreographer Dawn Stewart-Branch. The Company’s preview performances include a post-show dialogue with Moore, who will share details about presented works and the process of dance making.

MDP

Details
Sunday, March 2
Sunday, March 9
3pm
3580 Aloma Avenue #7
Winter Park, FL
$12
Seating is limited.
407-695-8366
Tickets

Valencia Spring Dance Concert
A showcase of original works from former Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre member Derrick Minter, The Suite from Jose Limon’s The Winged, and an original piece by Valencia Dance Theatre Artistic Director, Lesley Brasseux Rodgers.

Details
March 14-15
8pm
Valencia College Performing Arts Center- East
701 North Econlockhatchee Trail
Orlando, FL
32825
(407) 582-2900
Tickets: General $12
Student/Senior/Faculty/Alumni $10
Children 12 & under $6
Advanced ticket purchase is strongly recommended.

Orlando Ballet: Some Assembly Required
This new creation for the Orlando Ballet’s Mainstage season features Robert Hill’s craft at showcasing Orlando Ballet’s physicality in movement as an evolving process, along with collaborations with guest choreographers.

Details
March 14-15
8pm
March 16
2pm
Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre
401 W. Livingston St.
407-426-1739
$30-$90
orlandoballet.org

Royal Opera House Ballet Series: The Sleeping Beauty
Fathom Events brings The Royal Ballet’s The Sleeping Beauty to movie theaters near you. First staged in St. Petersburg in 1890, The Sleeping Beauty is the pinnacle of classical ballet. In this presentation, Marius Petipa’s classic 19th-century choreography is combined with newly created sections by Frederick Ashton, Anthony Dowell and Christopher Wheeldon.

Details
March 20
7pm
Select Movie Theaters
Showings & Tickets

What are you seeing this month? Have I missed something? Let me know & I’ll be happy to include it!

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