Chamber Dance Project Ballet Audition
Call for Male and Female Soloist-Level Ballet Dancers with Strong Contemporary Experience for June 2024 Season
Chamber Dance Project is a project-based company founded in New York and based in Washington, D.C since 2014. We work during the off-seasons of major ballet companies providing extra work and opportunities to professional ballet dancers. Founded by award-winning choreographer, Diane Coburn Bruning, we are committed to new and contemporary work with live music by our resident string quartet and guest musicians.
Our repertoire includes new works by choreographers Darrell Grand Moultrie, Gabrielle Lamb, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, Alejandro Cerrudo, Christian Denice, Claudia Schreier, Tommie-Waheed Evans, Victor Adebusola, Andile Ndlovu, Jennifer Archibald, Jorge Amarante and Diane Coburn Bruning.
We are seeking two soloist-level female dancers 5’7” or under and one soloist-level male dancer 5’8” or taller. with strong partnering and experience working in the creative process with choreographers.
We are offering four weeks of work May 29-June 25 of rehearsals and five performances in two programs.
Fee: $1100/week or more based on experience, plus travel and local shared housing
- strong contemporary experience
- women: 5’7” or under
- man: 5’8” or taller
- strong partnering skills
- experience working in the creative process with choreographers
- video reel of classical and contemporary work
Please submit your resume and video reel of classical and contemporary work to Clare Lillig, Company Manager: email@example.com
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