Photo: Jan La Salle

The New York Jazz Choreography Project is a celebration of jazz dance featuring original works by emerging and established choreographers. Audiences of all ages will be treated to dances in a variety of jazz styles, from classic to contemporary, and the chance to see the richness of this great American art form.

Featured Choreographers:

  • Adrián Aguirre
  • Audra Bryant
  • Sharlane Conner
  • Jeff Davis
  • Kenya Gibson
  • Julia Halpin
  • Svetlana Khoruzhina
  • Fatima Logan
  • Mary Lynne McAnally
  • Sekou McMiller
  • Bryan Menjivar
  • Bobby Morgan
  • Alexis Robbins
  • Kristen Brooks Sandler
  • Kyle Weiler

Marian Hyun and Merete Muenter, Artistic Directors

Saturday, October 22, 8:00
Sunday, October 23, 4:00


Salvatore Capezio Theatre at Peridance
126 E. 13th Street
New York, New York 10003

$30 general admission
$20 for students with valid high school or college ID; Mount Sinai Health Care Systems employees with ID; and groups of at least 10, paid in advance.

For group sales, contact info@jazzchoreographyenterprises.org


Please present your credit card or a printout of your receipt (and valid ID for students and Mount Sinai employees) at the box office to claim your tickets. The Box Office will open one hour prior to each performance. Doors will open one half hour before show time. Seats are not assigned, so it’s best to arrive early. The performance will be approximately one hour and 10 minutes long, no intermission.

No refunds or exchanges available.

Tickets not claimed 5 minutes prior to start of each performance will be released to the wait list with no refund given.

For questions, please contact the box office at 212.505.0886.

The October 2016 presentation of the New York Jazz Choreography Project is made possible in part by a Dollars for Doers grant from the PwC Charitable Foundation. All of JCE’s programs are made possible in part by support from our sponsor, Salon Ishi.



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