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Posted on July 16, 2013We are busy preparing for our debut in August at The Joyce in NYC and aside from the excitement of heading to the Big Apple we are so thrilled with the artists that will be joining us. So for the next few weeks we will be posting updates about these esteemed artists of DWDT dancing at the Joyce! Today we bring you Danielle Brown and Nancy Curtis.
Danielle Brown grew up in Libertyville IL. where she started her dance training at the Dance Academy of Libertyville. She then continued her training at the North Carolina School of the Arts where she graduated from high school in 2004. Her professional career began as an apprentice for Ballet Austin where she spent two years. She then danced with Nashville Ballet for a year before joining Sarasota Ballet in 2007. She was promoted to soloist in 2009 and principal in 2010. During her time at Sarasota Ballet under the direction of Iain Webb and with Dominic Walsh as resident choreographer, she has had the chance to dance in a number of Dominic's ballet, some of which include featured roles in Camille Claudel, Bello, I Napoletani, Dying Swan, For the Two of You, and Duo.
I first met Danielle in 2007, during her first month with the Sarasota Ballet. I was instantly taken her natural movement quality, and although now we may think of Danielle as the refined and elegant Principal Dancer, it was her comedic charm in the 3rd movement of "Wolfgang for Webb" that really got my attention. Danielle has danced the featured and leading roles in many of my works, including "The Trilogy, I Napoletani, Bello, Time Out of Line, The Dying Swan, For the Two of You, Duo", and in September 2012 made her powerful debut in the title role of "Camille Claudel." Dani is dedicated, thoughtful, humble and determined, a versatile artist and actor, forever growing and improving in each work she takes on. I'm thrilled to have Dani make her NYC debut in our "Camille Claudel." ~ Dominic Walsh
Houston soprano Nancy Curtis enjoys a multifaceted career as a singer of opera, symphonic repertoire, and recitals. Nancy’s commitment to her artistry has drawn praise from colleagues, audiences, and critics alike, and she is in demand as a vocalist and teacher. Hailed as a "stand-out", Ms. Curtis has been featured with opera companies including the Virginia Opera, Houston Grand Opera, the New York City Opera, the Tulsa Opera, and the Lyric Opera of San Antonio, and has been presented as the soprano soloist for the Austin Symphony, the Maryland Symphony, the Virginia Symphony, the Arkansas Symphony, the Santa Fe Symphony, and the Tulsa Philharmonic and Ballet. As a winner of the prestigious Enrico Caruso International Vocal Competition, Nancy was invited to sing concerts throughout Italy including an appearance at the famed opera house, La Scala. Ms. Curtis lives in Houston with her husband Ryan and two sons, Ashton and R.J.
Nancy created the role "Soprano" in our Camille Claudel production for our debut in May of 2012, also considered the aged Camille. When storyboarding the production I wanted to show a Camille expressing her story through the Purcell's aria, Dido's Lament, from Dido and Aeneas. I new I needed a Soprano who could deliver the aria with technique, passion, and poignant phrasing. I found just this jewel in Nancy and I'm so honored to have her as a vital part of this production. When we rehearse this scene in the studio we are mesmerized by Nancy's divine consistency and treated to the goosebumps she undoubtedly provides us each and every time. I'm so pleased she will be joining us once again for our Joyce Theater debut. ~ Dominic Walsh
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Posted on July 8, 2013We are busy preparing for our debut in August at The Joyce in NYC and aside from the excitement of heading to the Big Apple we are so thrilled with the artists that will be joining us. So for the next few weeks we will be posting updates about these esteemed artists of DWDT dancing at the Joyce! Today we bring you David Deveau and Juan Gil.
David J Deveau
David J Deveau, a native of Houston, is a freelance lighting designer, technical director and artistic collaborator for dance. He is currently in his fourth season with NobleMotion Dance and his third season with The Dominic Walsh Dance Theater. Several recent credits include working as the lighting designer with the Dance Gallery Festival held at Sam Houston State University (2010-2012) as well as the Alvin Ailey Citigroup Theatre (2012). He most recently premiered an evening length work as a collaborator and light artist with NobleMotion Dance, Spitting Ether: A Reality Bending Dance. Other works with NobleMotion include working with the Texas Weekend of Contemporary Dance, the Houston Metropolitan Dance Company’s Quirky Works, Big Range Austin, the Jewish Community Center’s Triple Focus and the Dance Gallery Festival (New York, Alvin Ailey Dance Theatre, 2009 & 2010). He has recently worked with Infinite Movement Ever Evolving (iMEE, Italy), Hope Stone Dance (Houston), Revolve Dance Company (Houston), and Urban Souls (Houston). He holds a full time position as technical/lighting director at the Sam Houston State University Dance Department, and will be joining the faculty as an adjunct after recently receiving his MFA in Dance (SHSU).
David is just an all around great guy. He has been working with DWDT in light design for about two years. One of my favorite works he lit was our 2012 production of "Uzume" at Asia Society Texas Center. He created three distinct environments to match the three worlds I created, each one crafted with mood and mystery. We continue to develop the lighting needs for "Camille Claudel" and look forward to our deeper work with this in the Joyce Theater. ~ Dominic Walsh
Born in Valencia, Spain, Juan started his dancing career as a ballroom dancer at age 9. He was Spain’s champion in numerous occasions. He went on to represent Spain in the world championships. After finalizing his career as a professional ballroom dancer he then decided to train in classical ballet Juan accepted a scholarship to London Studio Centre under the direction of Margaret Barbieri. As part of the Images of Dance Company, attached to Studio Centre, he danced in a tour of the UK performing Salzburg Divertimento (Slava Samodurov), Sommeil (Christopher Marney), and Tchaikovsky’s Ballet Fantasy (Matthew Hart).
In 2011, Juan joined the Sarasota Ballet under the direction of Iain Webb. His repertoire includes Diamonds, Donizetti Variations, (George Balanchine), The two pigeons, Les Patineurs, Monotones II, Façade, Les Rendezvous, Birthday Offering, La Fille Mal Gardee (Sir Frederick Ashton), Lilac Garden (Sir Antony Tudor), John Ringling’s Circus Nutcracker (Matthew Hart), The American (Christopher Wheeldon), Spielende Kinder, Changing Light (Will Tuckett), Salute (Johan Kobborg), Bello, I Napoletoni (Dominic Walsh), Nine Sinatra Songs (Twyla Tharp), Company B (Paul Taylor’s).
Juan recently had the opportunity to dance at the Kennedy Center for Ballet Across America III with the Sarasota Ballet. He currently dances with the Sarasota Ballet as a coryphée.
I first worked with Juan about 2 years going while acting as Resident Choreographer with the Sarasota Ballet. His introduction to my work was one of the most challenging dance works," Bello"(3rd Movement). This was originally choreographed on "dance wizard" Mario Zambrano, Houston Ballet Academy, Hubbard Street, Nederland's Dans Theater II, Batsheva, Forsythe, etc....And a favorite DWDT choreographer. Juan reminded me of Mario and did the most amazing work in Bello and all my work since. I'm looking forward to his portrayal of "Paul Claudel," "Inclined Man" and he will be dancing "The Faun" in Afternoon of a Faun. ~ Dominic Walsh
Posted on July 2, 2013We are busy preparing for our debut in August at The Joyce in NYC and aside from the excitement of heading to the Big Apple we are so thrilled with the artists that will be joining us. So for the next few weeks we will be posting updates about these esteemed artists of DWDT dancing at the Joyce! Today we bring you Ashley Lynn Gilfix and Tara Lee.
Ashley Lynn Gilfix
Ashley Lynn Gilfix is originally from the Chicago area, where she received her pre-professional training from Ms. Sherry Moray. She performed with the Alabama Ballet, under Wes Chapman, prior to joining Ballet Austin in 2002. As a dancer with Ballet Austin, Ashley has premiered many works by Stephen Mills and toured to Italy, Slovenia, Puerto Rico, The Joyce, and The Kennedy Center –dancing in collaboration with The Suzanne Farrell Ballet in 2008, and most recently as a part of Dance Across America III. In September 2013, she will tour Israel with Ballet Austin, performing Mills’ acclaimed Light: The Holocaust and Humanity Project. Ashley has danced principal roles in The Nutcracker, Don Quixote, Hamlet, Cinderella, Swan Lake, Coppelia, La Sylphide, The Magic Flute, Romeo & Juliet, and Giselle, as well as in works by George Balanchine, Twyla Tharp, Dwight Rhoden, Mats Ek, Nicolo Fonte, Thang Dao, Gina Patterson, Loni Landon, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, and Dominic Walsh. She has been a featured guest artist with Dominic Walsh Dance Theater since 2010.
I first worked with Ashley in 2010 when creating a new work for Ballet Austin; she was the first one I cast. Since then, she has danced with DWDT in tours to Dallas, at the Winspeare Theater in 2010 and to Santa Fe last summer, as well as our Miller Outdoor Theatre last September. I have always admired Ashley's focus and professionalism in simultaneously obtaining the many layers of the work on both a physical and psychological plane. On stage she is present, consistent and a joy to watch. I'm so pleased she can join the company again for our debut at The Joyce. ~ Dominic Walsh
Tara Lee grew up in Connecticut, where she trained with Donna Bonasera of Connecticut Dance Theatre. She has been a member of Joffrey II, Ballet British Columbia, New Orleans Ballet Theatre, and the Atlanta Ballet, her artistic home for 17 seasons to date. Tara has performed works by Wayne McGregor, Ohad Naharin, Crystal Pite, James Kudelka, Jorma Elo, Helen Pickett, Gina Patterson, John Alleyne, and Annabelle Lopez Ochoa. Principal roles include those in John McFall’s Swan Lake and Firebird, Stanton Welch’s Madame Butterfly, Ben Stevenson’s Cinderella and Three Preludes, Michael Pink’s Romeo & Juliet and Dracula, Twyla Tharp's In the Upper Room and Princess and the Goblin, David Bintley's Carmina Burana, Christopher Hampson's Rite of Spring, Mark Godden's The Magic Flute, Val Caniparoli's Lambarena, Lauri Stallings’ big, George Balanchine's Serenade, and Martha Graham's Appalachian Spring.
Tara has choreographed three pieces for Atlanta Ballet, most recently Pavo, which premiered in May 2012. She will present a new work for the company in May of 2014.
I have only known Tara for a short time having met her in May of this year while Domenico and I were in Atlanta. We were invited to guest with my dear friend, John McFall's Atlanta Ballet. The company's repertoire is wonderfully vast and current, and Tara transitioned through several dance works adapting to each style with absolute grace and confidence. I look forward to working with her, as she makes her DWDT debut in our New York City run at The Joyce. ~ Dominic Walsh
Posted on June 2, 2013Tune in tomorrow (June 3, 2013) at 7:30 PM when Dominic Walsh Dance Theater is featured in KHOU11's primetime special Marketing a City : The Making of the My Houston Campaign.
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