WELCOME TO AZUL DANCE THEATRE/ YUKI HASEGAWA

Upcoming event at HALLOWEEN Week in DUMBO!!

 

Azul Dance will present Night Rainbowin Program D at

Wave Rising Series at John Ryan Theater/ WHITE WAVE

 

To Purchase tickets: Please visit

                            whitewavedance.com

Openineg Night Oct. 29th Wed. at 7pm

 

Program D:

Oct. 31st Fri. at 7:30pm

*Come with your costumes for this show to get 2 free Drinks!!

 

Nov. 1st Sat. 4pm 

Nov. 2nd Sun. 7:30pm

 

(Photo by Jacklyn Medlock)

Full production of live Music and Dance in Queens

 

Azul Dance will present the world premiered of an extic contemporary dance piece: Ame-no-Uzeume (famously related to the tale of missing sun deity, Amaterasu in Japanese myth, Kojiki in MuSE sounds of Arts Festival at The Secret Theatre in Long Island City produced by Multicaltural Sonic Evolotion (MuSE.)

 

(Photo by Jaqlin Medlock)

Nov. 21st, Fri. 8pm and 22nd, Sat. 3pm

 

Tickets : $15 General ($20 at the door)

                $10 Students/ Seniors ($12 at the door)

 

The Secret Theatre

44-02 23rd Street (between 44th Road and 44th Ave.) Long Island City

Photo by Stepahnie Crousillat
Photo by Stepahnie Crousillat

Azul Dance Theatre is contemporary dance company based in NY City founded by Artistic Director Yuki Hasegawa in 2004. Azul creates dances that make perceptible the invisible flow of energy known as “Chi” in Eastern Philosophy and culture. The company's works seek to express the dynamic relationship between individual self and cosmic force.

 

Azul's work has been recognized for Hasegawa's vision of creating works influenced by traditional Japanese Culture, but “vividly contemporary in feel.” Azul is a unique company in that the dancers come from very different countries and dance cultures, creating a fascinating group unified by their common ground of working with Hasegawa on movement as expressive intention and force.

 

Since 2004, the company has maintained a presence in NY, including recently a full-evening concert at the Salvatore Capezio Theater in 2013 (supported by the NYC/ Dance Response Fund), a half-evening at the Wave Rising Series at Dumbo Dance Festival, and shared performances at venues such as The United Nations Auditorium, DiCapo Opera Theater, Frederick Loewe Theater, Merce Cuningham Studio, Dance New Amsterdam, Theater for the New City, Dixon Place, Green Space, and the American Dance Guild Festival at the 92nd Street Y. In 2014, Azul Dance Theater will present two new works, NIGHT RAINBOW, and BEYOND THE WATERFALL, and will reprise FLOWERS ON THE DESERT.

Photo by Steven Schreiber
Photo by Steven Schreiber
Photo by Krista Bonura
Photo by Krista Bonura
Photo by Migual Anaya
Photo by Migual Anaya