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Chamber Dance Project



Biography

Chamber Dance Project, dancers & musicians burst onto the Washington scene in June 2014 with a critically-acclaimed season at the Kennedy Center. Founded in 2000 in New York by award-winning choreographer, Diane Coburn Bruning, CDP has made Washington its new home. CDP is dedicated to creating and performing works of contemporary resonance with musicians and dancers collaborating live in intimate spaces heightening the impact on audiences. CDP’s Community Engagement Program commits to sharing the creative process and affording children and families the performance experience donating 100 tickets to area social service agencies. CDP receives support from National Endowment for the Arts, The Share Fund, UBS, and the The Clark-Winchcole Foundation among many others. CDP’s June 24-26 performance at the Sidney Harman Hall features works by three choreographers and the world premiere of Songs by Cole. Information and tickets: chamberdance.org 202.499.2297

Watch Past Performances

Video 6/7/2017: Chamber Dance Project

Chamber Dance Project’s performance brings in the band with the entrance of Mosche Brass performing live, creating the rousing New Orleans atmosphere of Rue Noir choreographed by New York choreographer Jennifer Archibald. Witness a preview of the new ballet Songs by Cole, with Cole Porter’s music performed live onstage, choreographed by award-winning choreographer Diane Coburn Bruning. Then swing with D.C. Hip Hop artist Victor Adebusola’s work Festival, with the band joining the dancers, then leaving the stage for an encore, getting the crowd up and dancing with them.

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