Welcome!


Please enter your ticket number to watch the Event







Dates: May 1-2  2021

We are more determined than ever to get dancers dancing despite current challenges. With a new focus, LA Dance Moves has invited 4 professional dancers to create new works, and also invites original works of a local composer to expose his music to new audiences. In an online dance and musical experience, PULSE shares a fresh and exciting look as we tell our stories of hope and resilience. We are thrilled to have this performance series appear on balletproject.tv an exciting and new platform built specifically for the ballet world. 

 The Performance

Welcome to LA Dance Moves  New Works Spring 2021

Streaming  May 1 to May 2, 2021

PULSE! In Two Movements

PULSE is an album created by Professor David Karagianis which combines improvisational abilities into the realm of electronic music. Originally composed to accompany university modern classes, LA Dance Moves interprets this music in its unique way.

Choreographed by Artistic Director Nancy Paradis, PULSE was created in a hybrid format of both virtual rehearsals, self-practice, and in-studio rehearsals.

This premier consists of new works to a guest composer, behind the scenes footage of the company in action, and a very special word from the director sharing her process of creating for the camera! 

This mini concert of 10 minutes is now available for ticket holders to enjoy.

Look for a Special Bonus virtual program including the story behind Pulse and exciting ways you can be on-the-move with us!

Join us in this exciting musical presentation!  

– Nancy Paradis

Official Trailer

If you would like any assistance with your ticket purchasing needs please feel free to reach out to us at

Responses

  1. Jon Helman - UA

    From what I have seen thus far, this new work by Nancy Paradis and Chasen Greenwood of LA Dance Moves is a wonderfully inspired and pure expression of the ballet / dance art form. Can’t wait to see the complete show on May 1st through May 2nd on BPTV!

  2. Helen Gould

    Just watched “Pulse” by LA Dance Moves and loved it so much I had to watch a second time! What fun to see the dancers perform up close and then have a peek into the creative process itself. ❤️