Alejandro Cerrudo, Charlotte Ballet’s New Artistic Director, Talks About His Vision for the Company

By Steve Sucato for Pointe Magazine Each step along Alejandro Cerrudo’s 24-year career, he’s planted the seeds for his next area of growth in the dance field. Born in Madrid, he first became a dancer, then a choreographer and, most recently, the producer of his own dance projects. Now, the 41-year-old is taking his next step, as Charlotte Ballet’s new artistic director. On April 7, the company … Continue reading Alejandro Cerrudo, Charlotte Ballet’s New Artistic Director, Talks About His Vision for the Company

‘Echo Mine v2’ Brings Message of Loss and Remembrance to Global Audience [REVIEW]

Califone and Robyn Mineko Williams & ArtistsEcho Mine v2Audiotree STAGED Series WebcastOctober 27, 2020 Reviewed by Steve Sucato For those who missed Echo Mine, Robyn Mineko Williams and Artists and Chicago experimental rock band Califone’s acclaimed 2019 collaboration, October 27th’s online restaging, Echo Mine v2 offered up an even more in-depth viewing experience than perhaps the live show.  The evening-length work was inspired by and … Continue reading ‘Echo Mine v2’ Brings Message of Loss and Remembrance to Global Audience [REVIEW]

The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust announces Pittsburgh Dance Council Spring 2021 Season

The 51st season begins in January 2021 and will hostContemporary Dance, U.S. and World Premieres and Outdoor Ice-Dancing Spectacle! The Pittsburgh Dance Council also announces Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater rescheduled performance date from the 50th anniversary 2019-2020 season! By Diana RothNow in its 51st season of presenting contemporary dance, the Pittsburgh Dance Council, a division of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, is proud to continue this long-standing and distinguished support of … Continue reading The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust announces Pittsburgh Dance Council Spring 2021 Season