Brand Associates Dance Series

The Brand Associates Dance Series presents top dance companies from Southern California performing site-specific work in non-traditional performance spaces around Brand Library. This series began in the 1960's as part of the Brand Library and Art Center's mission to promote all aspects of Art.

 

The Dance Series includes a Sunday workshop with an opportunity to meet the artists and a Saturday performance.

Performances run between 60 - 90 minutes without intermission. Admission is free.

Sponsored by the Brand Associates

 

2021 Dance Series Schedule

All performances are Saturdays at 5pm

All workshops are on Sundays

JazzAntiqua Dance & Music Ensemble

Performance: Saturday, May, 5:00pm

Workshop: Sunday, May, 2:00pm

JazzAntiqua Dance & Music Ensemble explores jazz dance as the "movement in the music" - giving physical form to stories told through the specificity of an African American lens, yet universal in scope --- speaking to themes of love, challenge, triumph, growth, struggles, hopes and dreams.

Rangoli Dance Company

Performance: Saturday, May 8, 5:00pm

Workshop: Sunday, May 9, 12:00pm

Rangoli Dance Company presents ‘Chandrachooda’, adorned by the Moon – an evening of Indian Classical Dance.

Mixed eMotion Theatrix

Performance: Saturday, May 15, 5:00pm

Workshop: Sunday, May 16, 2:00pm

Mixed eMotion presents Gatsby Redux, a vintage yet contemporary dance experience. The audience is invited to join the garden party by dressing in 1920’s attire. 

Applications for the 2020 performance series are now closed. You are welcome to apply for next season

Past Programs

2019            2018              2017             2015              2014

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Glendale, CA 91201

info@brandlibrary.org

(818) 548-2051

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Tuesday - Thursday CLOSED

Friday - Sunday CLOSED

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