Ms. Tanowitz’s piece, set to Bartok, replaces a previously announced commission from Emma Portner, who has withdrawn for personal reasons.
Ms. Tanowitz, a midcareer artist whose “Four Quartets” was critically lauded, will make three works during a three-year residency.
The “Extended Life” program has been expanded thanks to a large grant from the Mellon Foundation.
With ever-rising real-estate costs in New York City, dance is strengthening its presence in the Hudson Valley and Catskills. Next up: The Lumberyard.
The choreographer’s staging of T.S. Eliot’s classic, at Bard College, might be the greatest creation of dance theater so far this century.
Pam Tanowitz’s “Four Quartets” brings the poet’s exploration of time and memory to life, with paintings by Brice Marden and music by Kaija Saariaho.
Commemorating the passage of the 19th Amendment, the project will include new works by several female choreographers, including Pam Tanowitz.
The choreographer, known for her postmodern take on classical dance, has received the $50,000 Cage Cunningham Fellowship.
Tap, jookin, pointwork and more: “NOW: Premieres” presented commissions by Michelle Dorrance, Lauren Lovette, Claudia Schreier and Pam Tanowitz.