Don't miss the chance to attend L.A. Dance Project for its Boston debut!
Since its recent creation in 2011, L.A. Dance Project has made an impact on the dance world with what the Los Angeles Times describes as “a defining artistic vision for our time” with its contemporary approach to art and movement.

About the L.A. Dance Project

Founded in 2011 by former Paris Opera Ballet director of dance and former New York City Ballet principal Benjamin Millepied, L.A. Dance Project is an artist collective that aims to create new work and to revive seminal collaborations from influential dance makers. It promotes the work of both emerging and established choreographers, contributing to new platforms for dance.
New Works by the company strive to be multidisciplinary collaborations with visual artists, musicians, designers, film designers and composers.

About Benjamin Millepied:

Benjamin MillepiedBenjamin Millepied is a French dancer and choreographer, who has lived and worked in the United States after joining the New York City Ballet in 1995, where he became a soloist in 1998 and a principal in 2002. He also quickly started creating choreography for the company, also choreographed pieces for other major companies. He retired from NYCB in 2011.

He initiated the LA Dance Project, leading it from 2011 to 2014. He was Director of Dance at the Paris Opera Ballet from October 2014 and resigned in 2016. He may be most widely known for his work in the movie Black Swan (2010), for which he choreographed the dances and also starred as a dancer.


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Boch Center Schubert Theatre 265 Tremont St, Boston

L.A. Dance Project: Boston Debut

When
May 19th: 7:30PM; May 20th: 8:00PM; May 21st: 3:00PM
Where
Boch Center Schubert Theatre
265 Tremont St, Boston
Don't miss the chance to attend L.A. Dance Project for its Boston debut!
Since its recent creation in 2011, L.A. Dance Project has made an impact on the dance world with what the Los Angeles Times describes as “a defining artistic vision for our time” with its contemporary approach to art and movement.

 

About the L.A. Dance Project

Founded in 2011 by former Paris Opera Ballet director of dance and former New York City Ballet principal Benjamin Millepied, L.A. Dance Project is an artist collective that aims to create new work and to revive seminal collaborations from influential dance makers. It promotes the work of both emerging and established choreographers, contributing to new platforms for dance.
New Works by the company strive to be multidisciplinary collaborations with visual artists, musicians, designers, film designers and composers.

 

About Benjamin Millepied:

Benjamin MillepiedBenjamin Millepied is a French dancer and choreographer, who has lived and worked in the United States after joining the New York City Ballet in 1995, where he became a soloist in 1998 and a principal in 2002. He also quickly started creating choreography for the company, also choreographed pieces for other major companies. He retired from NYCB in 2011.

He initiated the LA Dance Project, leading it from 2011 to 2014. He was Director of Dance at the Paris Opera Ballet from October 2014 and resigned in 2016. He may be most widely known for his work in the movie Black Swan (2010), for which he choreographed the dances and also starred as a dancer.

 


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