https://www.eventbrite.com/e/boston-dance-theater-and-khambatta-dance-company-tickets-523842235227 The Dance Complex
536 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, MA 02139
Cambridge, MA 02139
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Boston Dance Theater (BDT) will be performing alongside Khambatta Dance Company (KDC), from Seattle, WA, in the second half of a co-presenting relationship between the two companies. Boston Dance Theater performed in March, 2022 at Seattle International Dance Festival, hosted by KDC, and in March, 2023, KDC will be joining BDT in Boston for a week-long residency at The Dance Complex. At the performances on March 11+12, Boston Dance Theater and Khambatta Dance Company will each perform selections from their own repertoire, in addition to a new work created during the residency.
This performance is part of the BLOOM residency program. Major support for BLOOM is provided by Movement Arts Creation Studio (MACS).
About Boston Dance Theater:
Under the co-artistic direction of Jessie Jeanne Stinnett and award winning, Dutch-Israeli, choreographer Itzik Galili, Boston Dance Theater (BDT) is Boston’s first contemporary dance repertory company with international ties at the leadership level. With a commitment to presenting works of socio-political relevance, BDT matches the talents of Boston-based dancers with those of acclaimed global choreographers, broadening the scope of contemporary dance practice and performance in our city.
About Khambatta Dance Company:
Khambatta Dance Company’s (KDC) mission is to connect artists and audiences through the exploration of contemporary issues, emotionally resonant performances, and a collaborative process of dance creation, reaching out to the community in an inclusive manner. Through its signature program, the Seattle International Dance Festival (SIDF), the Company seeks to unify communities annually showcasing the work of over 150 local, regional and international dance artists and over 40 dance groups who exemplify the diversity of contemporary dance practices and the richness of human experience.