Nu-World Contemporary Danse Theatre

Nu-World Contemporary Danse Theatre
November 6, 2017 Presenting Denver
Photo by Philip Koenig. Image courtesy of Nu-World Contemporary Danse Theatre.

 

 

Photo by Philip Koenig. Image courtesy of Nu-World Contemporary Danse Theatre.

Photo by Philip Koenig.

ABOUT NU-WORLD CONTEMPORARY DANSE THEATRE

Nu-World Contemporary Danse Theatre focuses on artistic collaboration and work that speaks to the human experience. Nu-World Contemporary Danse Theatre is dedicated to creating soulful experiences for its artists and audience members alike, allowing them to connect to the power and beauty that is within their spirit. Nu-World Contemporary Danse Theatre is dedicated to using art as a way to unite all people so that we may find healing within ourselves and our communities.

 

ABOUT BASHIR PAGE-SANDERS

Bashir Page-Sanders, a native of Baltimore, Maryland began his classical dance training at the Community College of Baltimore County as well as the Morton Street Dance Center. Along with studying at The Ailey School, he was a dance major at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia before attending The New School. Bashir has danced with Full Circle Dance Company, PHILADANCO’s 2nd Company, Genesis Dance Company, Dayton Contemporary Dance Company 2 and the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble. As the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Youth Ensemble Director, he presented works at the International Association of Blacks in Dance Conference.

 

ABOUT CHRISTOPHER PAGE-SANDERS

Christopher Page-Sanders, originally from St. Louis, Missouri, received his formal dance training from the Center Of Creative Arts and the Conservatory of Music and Dance from the University of Missouri- Kansas City. He was a member of the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble, Wylliams-Henry Contemporary Dance Company, Owen/Cox Dance Group, Kansas City Friends Of Alvin Ailey among others. He has taught and choreographed for Best Talent Center, Metro Theater Company, Dwana Smallwood Performing Arts Center, Central Visual Performing Arts, East Harlem Scholars Academy. His choreography has been presented on a national level at the International Association of Blacks In Dance Conference.


FESTIVAL PERFORMANCE | JUNE 23. 2018

Public Stage | No Walls

Take part in an afternoon of free dance performances on the Boettcher Center Lawn on June 23, 2018. View works by Colorado artists David Taylor’s Zikr Dance Ensemble, Mary Lynn Lewark, Maureen Breeze Dance Theater, Nile H. Russell, Nu-World Contemporary Danse Theatre, Parasol Arts, and Thomas Dance Project on our outdoor Public Stage in the No Walls concert. Bring the kids, pack a picnic, and make an afternoon of it!

Saturday, June 23, 2018 | 4:30pm
Facility: The Boettcher Center Lawn on the University of Denver campus.
Cost: Free

*Open lawn seating. Space is limited and available on a first come, first served basis. Alcohol consumption and smoking of any kind is strictly prohibited. Artists and program subject to change. This concert will take place in a sunny outdoor area. We encourage you to plan ahead for hot weather and to wear sunscreen.

The Presenting Denver Dance Festival is co-presented by Presenting Denver and The Robert and Judi Newman Center for the Performing Arts.
Premier Sponsors | Kayne Anderson Energy Funds and L. Roger and Meredith Hutson
VIP Reception Title Sponsor | Noble Energy
Contributing Sponsors | MDC/Richmond American Homes Foundation and U.S. Bank
Free Public Showcase Sponsor | ALPINE BANK
Program Sponsor | The Singleton Family Foundation
New Works Underwriting Sponsors | Carson Brierly Giffin Dance Library and Joanna Lamb
Preview Performance Reception Sponsor | Perspective Gourmet
Master Class Venue Sponsors | Colorado Conservatory of Dance, Mercury Academy of Dance, and The D.A.M. Studios – Dance Art Media
Sustainer | EXDO Event Center
Patron | Jeffrey Cummings, Duffy Crane and Hauling
Benefactor | The Reisch Law Firm, LLC
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