Category Archives: Dance

The Ballet Goes to P.S. 175

While the undergraduate community at Columbia may be familiar with the polished performances of the Columbia Ballet Collaborative, the group also contributes to the surrounding community in less visible ways to students. Two autumns ago, the dancers piloted an outreach … Continue reading

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Let Nan Jombang and Asia Society whisk you away

The East side is a little bit like another world – at 7:45 p.m. at 70th and Park Ave on a Saturday, it was silent but for little puffs of breath from the occasional hand-holding couple. The austerity of the evening … Continue reading

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SummerStage: Bringing the world’s performing arts to a park near you

Perhaps this seems like an obvious statement, but I’ll say it anyway. There is no excuse to be bored in New York City over the summer. No matter what day or night of the week and where you’re located, there’s … Continue reading

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more music. more dance. more life. more future.

As audience members stream into The Kitchen, a multimedia performance venue in Chelsea, they are faced with a striking stage picture that appropriately launches more more more…future, a music/dance piece by Congolese director and choreographer Faustin Linyekula. Four very imposing … Continue reading

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Music and Dance Meet on Miller Theatre’s Stage: $7 Performance Tickets and a FREE Panel Discussion

The New York Choreographic Institute (NYCI) marks its 10th anniversary with its first-ever public performances, right here on campus. Renowned New York City Ballet principal dancers—including Megan Fairchild, Tiler Peck, Wendy Whelan, Joaquin de Luz, and Craig Hall—will perform new … Continue reading

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Navratri Celebrations in Earl Hall

An auspicious event was celebrated in Columbia University’s religious and community service HQ Earl Hall on 16th October. This was one of the events highlighting the increasing number of events from South Asia being celebrated where every Columbian can be … Continue reading

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Don’t Turn Your Lights On!

MIRANDA and SUSAN chat over Greek yogurt. MIRANDA: I LOVE doing my homework for Intermediate French II. SUSAN: Really? Why? MIRANDA: Because I can watch my professor on YouTube while conjugating reflexive verbs! MIRANDA flips open her laptop and shows … Continue reading

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