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"City Guide NY" featured the Schimmel Center at Pace University in "Theater and Dance Guide NYC"

03/18/2019

"City Guide NY" featured the Schimmel Center at Pace University in "Theater and Dance Guide NYC"

From Broadway to Off Broadway to Off Off Broadway, with neighborhood theatre performances also in the mix, if it's happening on stage in New York you'll find it in City Guide's calendar. That includes dance, with contemporary performances at places like The Joyce Theater joined by classics like the New York City Ballet.

Le Chant Des Sirénes - Schimmel Center
March 22, 2019 - New York

After a 15-year absence Sylvain Émard is now back onstage, rediscovering himself as a dancer changed by the passage of time as he ventures into a fascinating territory of experimentation. With Le chant des sirènes, he probes the states of being of a man who wants to believe that all is not lost. Holding high his hope like a subversive banner, he refuses to succumb to the glitter and sparkle of mirage. Against all odds he dances, a solitary maestro haunted by the sound and fury of the world he inhabits

Schimmel Center at Pace University presents LE CHANT DES SIRÈNES by Sylvain Émard - Schimmel Center
March 22, 2019 - New York

Schimmel Center at Pace University presents LE CHANT DES SIRÈNES by Sylvain Émard Friday, March 22, 2019 at 7:30pm Schimmel Center at Pace University concludes its 2018-19 Dance Series with Le chant des sirènes, the newest solo work from accomplished Canadian dancer and choreographer Sylvain Émard, on Friday, March 22, 2019 at 7:30pm. Tickets start at $29 and can be purchased at SchimmelCenter.org, by phone at 212-346-1715, or by visiting the Schimmel Center Box Office at 3 Spruce Street, Manhattan. Box office hours are Tuesday–Saturday, noon–5pm, and then beginning three hours prior to each performance, through intermission. With Le chant des sirènes (“Siren Song”), dancer/choreographer Sylvain Émard returns to the stage after a 15-year absence from performing, rediscovering himself as a dancer changed by the passage of time. Now in his early 60s, Émard probes the states of being of a man who wants to believe that all is not lost. Without sacrificing the precision and formality that are the hallmarks of his thirty-year dance career, he approaches this work in a spirit of pleasure and freedom, driven by the idea that the special qualities of mature performers give them th... (read more)

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