Evidence . . .

. . . of some of the more exciting things I did last week:

  • A piece I wrote for Huff Post about Arch Contemporary Ballet’s rehearsal process.

“Annalise typically choreographs in silence, then brings in composers to create a score. Her rational is that choreographing to music can “put limits on the movement,” but there is also something compelling about placing dance in the primary position. Since dance is so often considered subordinate to music–in terms of prestige as well as composition–it’s refreshing to see music adapting to the demands of dance for a change.”

  • Some glimpses of me improv-ing in the park with the Petronio Company

  • Some homemade baklava which no longer exists:



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