Despite the pandemic disruptions, this festival of contemporary dance from Asia went on, nearly as planned, with four North American premieres. Japan Society’s contemporary dance festival, an annual event that samples recent works from several East Asian countries, skipped last year, with the assumption that surely by 2022 everything wouldContinue Reading

The Northern Irish choreographer Oona Doherty looks at despair through an ethereal lens at the Irish Arts Center. The choreographer Oona Doherty grasps that in everybody — and in every body — there is a point of tension between hard and soft, tough and vulnerable, pleasure and pain. For allContinue Reading

After a two-year hiatus, live programming resumes, including evenings by the violinist Johnny Gandelsman and the choreographer Ashwini Ramaswamy. The Baryshnikov Arts Center will return to in-person performances this spring after two years of online programming. The season features eight dance and music performances, with three presented virtually. The streamedContinue Reading

After a two-year hiatus, live programming resumes, including evenings by the violinist Johnny Gandelsman and the choreographer Ashwini Ramaswamy. The Baryshnikov Arts Center will return to in-person performances this spring after two years of online programming. The season features eight dance and music performances, with three presented virtually. The streamedContinue Reading

Our critics and writers have selected noteworthy cultural events to experience virtually and in person in New York City. Dance An Online Artery Breckyn Dávila Drescher, left, and Caitlin Scranton in Christopher Williams’s “Narcissus,” which will be streaming through Jan. 31 as part of New York Live Arts’s Virtual Artery.MariaContinue Reading