Winning Works

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The Joffrey Academy of Dance, Official School of The Joffrey Ballet, is pleased to announce the recipients of the sixth annual Winning Works Choreographic Competition: Jeffrey Cirio, Christian Denice and Mariana Oliveira. The choreographers’ world premiere works will be showcased on the international members of the Joffrey Trainee Program and Studio Company on the stage of the Edlis Neeson Theater at the MCA March 5-6. The program will also include Coco + Igor, a new work by Joffrey Academy Artistic Director Alexei Kremnev.

 

Edlis Neeson Theater

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

220 East Chicago Avenue


Performance Times: 

Saturday, March 5 at 3:00 PM and 7:30 PM
Sunday, March 6 at 3:00 PM


 



 

Winning Works 2015 Audience Testimonials

“Truly wonderful to get to see works by such talented creative people. Especially loved getting to see the piece that Alexei Kremnev did - really let his sense of humor shine through!”

“I don't know very much about ballet but I was impressed by the athleticism of the dancers and the complexity of the choreography.”

“So impressed with both the choreography and the quality of the performance. The dancers looked so comfortable on stage -- really "sold" the choreography to the audience. Impressive ‘stage presence’ for dancers at the beginning of their careers!”

“Terrific! We loved it; very talented choreographers and dancers.”

“I was shocked at the caliber of talent and energy of the dancers. It was a wonderful evening. I so enjoyed meeting the dancers and being able to put a face to the performers.”

“I really thought the program was wonderful. It was much higher caliber than I would have expected from a group of students. They really are amazing and talented dancers. My friends and I really enjoyed the costumes and the way they added visual interest to the dances. Can't wait for next year!”

“The performances were original and beautifully articulated. The dancers were perfection in motion. We thoroughly enjoyed the show and hope to see more like it.”


*Photo by Cheryl Mann.

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Winning Works Preview Videos

Winning Works 2013 Preview Videos

Interview with Bennyroyce Royon, winner of the Choreographers of Color Award (February 2012)

Interview with Ray Mercer, winner of the Choreographers of Color Award (February 2012)

Interview with Francisco Avina, Winner Choreographers of Color Award (February 2011)

Choreographers of Color Award Interview with Joffrey Academy Trainees (February 2011)

Interview with Amy E. Hall, Winner of the Choreographers of Color Award (February 2011)

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The Joffrey Academy of Dance, Official School of The Joffrey Ballet, is pleased to announce the recipients of the sixth annual Winning Works Choreographic Competition: Jeffrey Cirio, Christian Denice and Mariana Oliveira. The choreographers’ world premiere works will be showcased on the international members of the Joffrey Trainee Program and Studio Company on the stage of the Edlis Neeson Theater at the MCA March 5-6. The program will also include Coco + Igor, a new work by Joffrey Academy Artistic Director Alexei Kremnev.

 

Edlis Neeson Theater

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

220 East Chicago Avenue


Performance Times: 

Saturday, March 5 at 3:00 PM and 7:30 PM
Sunday, March 6 at 3:00 PM


 



 

Winning Works 2015 Audience Testimonials

“Truly wonderful to get to see works by such talented creative people. Especially loved getting to see the piece that Alexei Kremnev did - really let his sense of humor shine through!”

“I don't know very much about ballet but I was impressed by the athleticism of the dancers and the complexity of the choreography.”

“So impressed with both the choreography and the quality of the performance. The dancers looked so comfortable on stage -- really "sold" the choreography to the audience. Impressive ‘stage presence’ for dancers at the beginning of their careers!”

“Terrific! We loved it; very talented choreographers and dancers.”

“I was shocked at the caliber of talent and energy of the dancers. It was a wonderful evening. I so enjoyed meeting the dancers and being able to put a face to the performers.”

“I really thought the program was wonderful. It was much higher caliber than I would have expected from a group of students. They really are amazing and talented dancers. My friends and I really enjoyed the costumes and the way they added visual interest to the dances. Can't wait for next year!”

“The performances were original and beautifully articulated. The dancers were perfection in motion. We thoroughly enjoyed the show and hope to see more like it.”


*Photo by Cheryl Mann.