Chamber Dance Project Continues its free Virtual Series with Emmy Award – Winning Ballerina Grace-Anne Powers Discussing Pointe Shoe Care

By Marc Apter Washington, DC (April 28) –Chamber Dance Project (CDP), Washington’s premiere contemporary ballet company, is using technology to engage audiences virtually until it can bring its 7th season, New Works 2020, to the stage. CDP’s well-received  Virtual Chat series, which began in April, continues at 5 p.m. each Tuesday throughout May.  To receive the link for each Zoom session, email  rsvp@chamberdance.org. Call 202.499.2297 for further information. On May … Continue reading Chamber Dance Project Continues its free Virtual Series with Emmy Award – Winning Ballerina Grace-Anne Powers Discussing Pointe Shoe Care

Learn about Costume Design at Chamber Dance Project’s latest “Evening with an Artist,” Feb. 11

By Marc Apter Washington D.C. (February 3, 2020) – How is fabric used to express the intent and feeling of a dance and how in the world do you create an outfit that allows a dancer the freedom and safety to move as the choreographer intends? The broad range of contemporary dances performed by Chamber Dance Project (CDP) this coming summer in Washington is the challenge … Continue reading Learn about Costume Design at Chamber Dance Project’s latest “Evening with an Artist,” Feb. 11

Squirt Guns, T.S. Eliot and Live Music are all part of Chamber Dance Project’s ‘New Works +’

By Steve Sucato Award-winning choreographer Diane Coburn Bruning’s Chamber Dance Project celebrates its sixth Washington season with New Works +, June 20-22 at D.C.’s Sidney Harmon Hall. The summer-only, project-based company whose model is to bring together dancers when they are on layoff and pair them with musicians to create new work was founded in New York in 2000 and has continued its commitment to … Continue reading Squirt Guns, T.S. Eliot and Live Music are all part of Chamber Dance Project’s ‘New Works +’