In its current space at 10 East 18th Street, the company has added contemporary music programming and gallery exhibitions to its dance programming.
Covenant Ballet Theatre of Brooklyn was founded by choreographer and teacher Marla Hirokawa to allow her students to perform alongside professional dancers. The historic ballets her company performs tie in well with social studies curriculum in schools.
Dance Continuum, a.k.a. Susan Marshall & Company, creates and performs dance and multidisciplinary performance works choreographed and directed by Susan Marshall. The company is committed to expanding the dance audience through the teaching of creative-process classes and providing thought provoking and engaging residency activities.
A dance studio that teaches salsa, tango, Latin, ballroom, hustle and wedding choreography.
Dance Fever Studios teaches salsa, tango, Latin, ballroom and hustle.
DFA is dedicated to furthering the art of dance films. Connecting artists and organizations, fostering new works for new audiences and sharing essential resources, DFA seeks to be a catalyst for the production, presentation and preservation of dance on camera.
Publisher of several dance publications, including Dance Magazine, Dance Teacher, Dance Spirit, and Pointe Magazine.
Dance New Amsterdam (DNA), formerly Dance Space Center, serves a community of more than 32,000 dance artists (students, performers, choreographers, and other professionals) and audience members. Each week, DNA holds more than 130 classes of all levels in its 6 studios. An average of 12 modern guest artists also teach professional-level classes each month.DNA offers classes in ballet, modern, hip-hop and other movement techniques, ranging from beginner to advanced levels.
Dance Parade promotes dance as an expressive and unifying art form by showcasing all forms of dance, educating the general public about the opportunities to experience dance, and celebrating diversity of dance in New York City with a yearly dance parade and dance festival.