2012 – 2013

Camille Claudel
Miller Outdoor Theater
6000 Hermann Park Drive
Houston, Texas
September 7, 2012 at 8 PM
Free Admission, but ticket are required for reserved seats in the covered area.
Tickets available at Miller Outdoor Theater Box Office from 10:30 AM to 1 PM on performance day.
Camille Claudel was a sculptor of exceptional and unusual talent who influenced Auguste Rodin. This dance theater work is an homage to this extraordinary French artist whose fate was equally fascinating, inspiring and tragic.

Uzume
Presented by Asia Society Texas Center
1370 Southmore Blvd.
Houston, Texas 77004
Asia Society
October 19-20, 2012 at 7:30 PM
October 21, 2012 at 2 PM
$35 General Admission
$30 Seniors (65+), Students (w/ ID), Asia Society Members & DWDT 2011-2012 Subscribers
$15 Student Rush (w/ ID), an hour before the October 21st performance.
Walsh’s newest world premiere creation reaches out to the culture and people of Japan. Featuring taiko drummer Kensaku Satou, described as powerful as a drago, limber as a dancer, spiritual as a priest, creating incomparably explosive beats with his drumming and world-renowned dancers Hana Sakai, Japan’s premiere ballet dancer, known for her elegant, expressive and refined performances and Domenico Luciano, a mighty presence, evoking an animal energy complimented with grace and stealth. Together this trio will raise their collective voices as artists, performing as a cohesive rhythmic unit, capturing the traditions of Japan while taking the viewer into a sensory feast of sound, vibration and visually stunning imanages through contemporary movement.

Camille Claudel
Victoria Ballet Theatre presents Dominic Walsh Dance Theater
Leo J. Welder Center for the Performing Arts
Victoria, Texas
victoriaballet.org
November 3, 2012 at 8 PM
$30 pre-sale (361) 575-2313
$35 at the door
The Performance will feature Walsh’s dance theater work about the life of Camille Claudel, an artist of exceptional and unusual talent who influenced the great Auguste Rodin.

Sounds of Cells
Presented by University of Houston – Clear Lake
Free Admission / $5 parking
January 23, 2013
Join us for an evening of contemporary art and dance! Dominic Walsh Dance Theater will present a dance production specially choreographed by Dominic Walsh in response to the works featured in the exhibition, “Works From 2009 Through 2012: The Sounds Of Cells Dividing, Cellular, and Chromosome Painting”, by artist Gerri Ondrizek.

Mixed Rep : Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake (White Swan pas de deux), Dominic Walsh’s The Dying Swan and Clair de Lune
Presented by Sam Houston State University
SHSU Site
March 7, 2013

Suppression of the Powerful Feminine
A lecture by Dominic Walsh, hosted by The Jung Center of Houston
March 14, 2013 from 7:30 to 9 PM
$20 General Admission
$15 for Jung Center members
Dominic Walsh will explore the compelling, tragic life of sculptor Camille Claudel and why he was drawn to translate her story into movement for Dominic Walsh Dance Theater’s riveting production.

Camille Claudel / Afternoon of a Faun / Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake (pas de deux)
The Joyce Theater
New York, New York
August 8 and 10, 2013
On the road again! DWDT travels to the Big Apple with two performances at the famed Joyce Theater in New York City.
Read dance writer Nancy Wozny’s article Dominic Walsh Finds His Wow in Camille Claudel

Staging Works in Nashville & Sarasota

The Whistling
Nashville Ballet
TPAC’s Polk Theater
Nashville, Tennessee
February 15 – 17, 2013
Set to Cuban music from the 1940′s, The Whistling choreographed by Dominic Walsh, is a fun, light-hearted ensemble performance. With its fluid, yet athletic movements, The Whistling was voted as the audience favorite at the American Idol-style 2010 New American Talent/Dance choreographic competition hosted by Ballet Austin.

I Napoletani
Sarasota Ballet
FSU Center for the Performing Arts
Sarasota, Florida
March 1- 3, 2013
The Sarasota Ballet will perform a revival of Walsh’s I Napoletani, set to traditional Neapolitan folk music. Walsh’s affiliation with the Sarasota Ballet began in 2007 and this marks the sixth consecutive season they will be performing Walsh’s works.
Take a look! Watch a clip!

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