Winning Works

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Based on federal and statewide mandates, and with safety paramount, we have made the difficult decision to cancel our Winning Works performances, March 20-22, at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.


Thank you to all of our Winning Works Sponsors and Supporters, without whom we would not have the opportunity to present these works.

 

The Joffrey wholeheartedly thanks our Winning Works patrons who have converted their tickets to fully tax-deductible donations. We are encouraging all patrons to consider this option. Doing so will help us prevent further loss and keep our eyes on the future.  More information about tickets can be found here.



Winning Works Production Sponsors:




Wilson Garling Foundation

 

 

Winning Works Sponsors:

 

  with Joffrey Board Member Rita Spitz



 

 

 

 

Myrna W. Kaplan



 


Dana D. Rice

 

About Winning Works:

The Winning Works Choreographic Competition was created to recognize talented and emerging ALAANA choreographers and to provide them with a platform to showcase their original and innovative work. The winning choreographers are awarded a $5,000 stipend and are given the opportunity to seek guidance from The Mary B. Galvin Artistic Director of The Joffrey Ballet, Ashley Wheater, and Academy Director Raymond Rodriguez.


The four recipients of the tenth annual Winning Works Choreographic Competition included Chanel DaSilvaTsai Hsi HungPablo Sánchez (recipient of the inaugural Zach Lazar Winning Works Fellowship, named in honor of former Joffrey Board Chair Zach Lazar), and Durante Verzola.


Promotional Image: Joffrey Academy Students by Cheryl Mann

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Winning Works 2020 Preview Videos

Winning Works 2019 Preview Videos

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Winning Works 2018 Preview Videos

 

Winning Works 2017 Preview Videos

Winning Works 2016 Preview Videos

Winning Works 2015 Preview Videos

Winning Works 2014 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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Based on federal and statewide mandates, and with safety paramount, we have made the difficult decision to cancel our Winning Works performances, March 20-22, at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.


Thank you to all of our Winning Works Sponsors and Supporters, without whom we would not have the opportunity to present these works.

 

The Joffrey wholeheartedly thanks our Winning Works patrons who have converted their tickets to fully tax-deductible donations. We are encouraging all patrons to consider this option. Doing so will help us prevent further loss and keep our eyes on the future.  More information about tickets can be found here.



Winning Works Production Sponsors:




Wilson Garling Foundation

 

 

Winning Works Sponsors:

 

  with Joffrey Board Member Rita Spitz



 

 

 

 

Myrna W. Kaplan



 


Dana D. Rice

 

About Winning Works:

The Winning Works Choreographic Competition was created to recognize talented and emerging ALAANA choreographers and to provide them with a platform to showcase their original and innovative work. The winning choreographers are awarded a $5,000 stipend and are given the opportunity to seek guidance from The Mary B. Galvin Artistic Director of The Joffrey Ballet, Ashley Wheater, and Academy Director Raymond Rodriguez.


The four recipients of the tenth annual Winning Works Choreographic Competition included Chanel DaSilvaTsai Hsi HungPablo Sánchez (recipient of the inaugural Zach Lazar Winning Works Fellowship, named in honor of former Joffrey Board Chair Zach Lazar), and Durante Verzola.


Promotional Image: Joffrey Academy Students by Cheryl Mann