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Sydney Skybetter (Uncredited)

Sydney Skybetter w/ Christopher K. Morgan & Artists

Sydney Skybetter is a choreographer, curator, and consultant for performing arts organizations, and he is the Kennedy Center’s Local Dance Commissioning Project recipient for his work Eveningland. After studying at the Interlochen Arts Academy, Columbia, and New York University, Mr. Skybetter performed with Christopher Williams and the Anna Sokolow Foundation. His choreography has been presented in New York at The Joyce Theater, The Joyce SoHo, Dance Theater Workshop / New York Live Arts, Jacob’s Pillow, and The Danspace Project at St. Mark’s Church, among many others.

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Sydney Skybetter w/ Christopher K. Morgan & Artists 10/6/12: Sydney Skybetter w/ Christopher K. Morgan & Artists

The D.C.-based choreographer’s Eveningland focuses on a young boy and his memory of the loss of his grandmother. It uses a quartet of dancers and composer David Lang’s Pulitzer Prize–winning score, “The Little Match Girl Passion.”

Sydney Skybetter w/ Christopher K. Morgan & Artists

The D.C.-based choreographer’s Eveningland focuses on a young boy and his memory of the loss of his grandmother. It uses a quartet of dancers and composer David Lang’s Pulitzer Prize–winning score, “The Little Match Girl Passion.”
Sydney Skybetter w/ Christopher K. Morgan & Artists 10/5/12: Sydney Skybetter w/ Christopher K. Morgan & Artists

The D.C.-based choreographer’s Eveningland focuses on a young boy and his memory of the loss of his grandmother. It uses a quartet of dancers and composer David Lang’s Pulitzer Prize–winning score, “The Little Match Girl Passion.”

Sydney Skybetter w/ Christopher K. Morgan & Artists

The D.C.-based choreographer’s Eveningland focuses on a young boy and his memory of the loss of his grandmother. It uses a quartet of dancers and composer David Lang’s Pulitzer Prize–winning score, “The Little Match Girl Passion.”

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