Happy New Year from Eryc Taylor Dance
A LOOK BACK AT 2017
Eryc Taylor Dance is celebrating an amazing year full of photographs, performances, tours, workshops, press, and more!
JANUARY 2017 // After over 300 submissions and three call-backs, Eryc Taylor Dance hired two new female dancers: Taylor Ennen & Alex Tenreiro Theis. They've been invaluable additions to the ETD family!
MARCH 2017 // A dozen dancers won scholarships from Umbral's annual performance series, Campeon de Campeones. They traveled from their homes around the Yucatan to New York City to take part in a week of dance training with the Company...
MAY 2017 // "Each year hundreds of applications are submitted to our panel that work tirelessly to narrow it down to the top three...I am so impressed by the work created by Nick Rodrigues, Robert Burke, and Rachel Hettinger.... " -Eryc Taylor
JUNE 2017 // ETD is humbled and thankful to have performed at such a prestigious event geared towards helping those in the dance industry find their way. It is a cause very close to our hearts and we loved being a part of it.
JULY 2017 // The Sills Foundation donated $10,000 to Eryc Taylor Dance to commission a new work—CYCLES! This year's Season would not have been possible without their generosity and support.
Martha Graham Studio Theater
OCTOBER 2017 // Press Release >>
ETD's Fall Season featured the premiere of, Cycles, as well as repertory pieces Chaise Lung (1992), Song for Cello & Piano (2016), The Box (2015), and The Missing (2010).
NOVEMBER 2017 // ETD performed its 2017 repertory at the International Dance Festival Avant Garde at Teatro José Peón Contreras. In addition, the Company offered free, open to the public concerts, workshops for professional dancers, and Movement Expression Workshops for young victims of violence, mistreatment and abuse.
THE ACACIA NETWORK & ETD OUTREACH
This year, ETD Outreach has expanded to eight client organizations total, with a combined twenty-one workshops a week. There were also numerous special projects such as MOBILIZE at Lantern, that culminated in a joint performance at the Harlem Arts Stroll.
PLEASE CONSIDER AN END-OF-YEAR DONATION
As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit entity, Eryc Taylor Dance relies on the invaluable support of our patrons and their genorosity. As we push into the new year, we are geared towards expanding all our programming, performances, and outreach. Any amount will help. Thank you!
Happy Holidays and wishing you a joyous New Year!
*All donations are 100% tax-deductible