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The New York Baroque Dance Company is a professional dance company dedicated to promoting the advancement of public knowledge of 17th/18th century dance, the foundation of western social and theatrical styles. With the premise that history informs and inspires our contemporary world, the NYBDC researches, reconstructs, reimagines and presents rare works as well as newly created works inspired by history, thus ensuring our dance heritage has a presence in the future of dance.
How Do We Serve Dance? The company performs at the highest level of artistic excellence, nationally and internationally, in concerts, fully staged period opera and ballet productions, neo-Baroque projects and free street performances. An important part of our work is sharing our passion with the general public. Maintaining an online vimeo site with documentation of our workshops exploring seminal choreographies; as well as a blog on our website, both free and accessible to the public, helps us to reach thousands of people from diverse cultural and economic backgrounds. Since 1976 the NYBDC has mentored dancers in their “dancestry” as performers, choreographers, directors, researchers and teachers,thus enriching the future with the vibrant legacy of our dance heritage.
Dedicated to expanding dance’s presence within the other arts and sciences, the NYBDC has a history of unusual collaborations such as our online video lecture tying together Fibonacci sequences with dance and garden design.
The New York Baroque Dance Company is grateful to The New York State Council on the Arts, The National Endowment for the Arts and the Florence Gould Foundation and numerous individuals who have contributed to many of our staged productions and college residencies.
The New York Baroque Dance Company Inc. is a non-profit corporation under section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue code. Contributions are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.