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Saturday, March 3, 2018


An Evening with an Artist

Join us for an intimate evening with the artists who shape Chamber Dance Project’s distinctive profile. Each event in the series combines presentations, performances, conversation with audience members, and interactive elements that make the company’s work come alive in fresh and exciting ways. Dancers, musicians, and choreographers discuss and deconstruct elements of Chamber Dance Project’s repertory, offer insights into their professional lives and creative processes, and share previews of the company’s latest works. Afterward, a light wine-and-cheese reception brings everyone together to continue the enjoyable exploration.

Join us for An Evening with the Dancers - Open Rehearsal
Thursday, January 4, 2018
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Named ‘One of the Best’ Nonprofits by The Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington 2017-18.
Chamber Dance Project gratefully acknowledges renewed support from the Share Fund in 2018.This general operating support grant provides essential funding that allows our programs to continue to grow and flourish.
  • Chamber Dance Project has been giving audiences the rare opportunity to see ballet, traditionally an art of distance, up close…Diane Coburn Bruning insists on live music and inventive choreographer which often stretches classical lines in engaging new directions. She works with the best.

    Erika Kinetz
    The New York Times
  • The idea of chamber ballet is so appealing…even more when you add dancers who are technically superb…CDP comes as close to fulfilling these expectations as I’ve seen.

    Susan Yung
    The Dance Insider
  • It was clever, and witty, but had a real bite…fortunately the modern edge didn’t disintegrate into ultra cool…she created some interesting, jagged, yet flowing shapes…this innovative and honorable respect for music contributed to a very interesting evening.

    Mary Cargill
    Dance View
Header: Songs by Cole choreography: Diane Coburn Bruning, photo: Eduardo Patino.NYC
Middle photo: Exit Wounds choreography: Diane Coburn Bruning, photo: Eduardo Patino.NYC