Event: TriArt Festival A free family event featuring dance & music!
Where: Ports O' Call Village, Special Events Dance Stage
1199 Nagoya Way, San Pedro, CA 90731
When: Saturday & Sunday, September 24-25, 2011 (12:00 -3:00 pm)
About: This year, the Fifth Annual TriArt Festival features 10 professional dance companies, and for the first time, introduces 3 pre-professional groups to the mix.
Joe Caccavalla, Festival Director 310-831-0168 Triartfestival@aol.com Louise Reichlin, Dance Coordinator 213-385-1171
TriArt Festival Dance- Saturday 9/24/2011
12 pm Parade & Opening Ceremony/Ballet Folklorico Mixteco, East LA
12:55 Pre-professional: Brockus Conservatory;
LAUSD ADDE (All District Dance Ensemble)
1:15 Lula Washington Dance Theatre (Modern)
1:30 New Beginnings/Steven Nielsen(Broadway/Hip-hop)
1:50 Nancy Evans Dance Theatre/Nancy Evans Doede(Modern)
2:20 ACFCLA (Artist Community For Change LA)/Anacia Weiskittel
2:40 People's Yoga, Health, & Dance/Jan Kain
TriArt Festival Dance- Sunday 9/25/2011
12:15 pm Pre-professional Group:
LACHSA (LA County High School for the Arts)
12:30 Ruby Karen Project/Orange County Aerial Arts (Modern Jazz)
12:45 Jessica Wang/Dance with Jessica (Modern/Traditional Chinese)
1:10 Louise Reichlin & Dancers/LA Choreographers & Dancers
1:40 LaDiego Dance Theater/Daniel Marshall (Contemporary Ballet)
2:00 Ruby Karen Project/Orange County Aerial Arts (Aerial)
2:15 BalletFolklorico Mixteco, East Los Angeles
2:45 Ruby Karen Project/Orange County Aerial Arts
(Aerial, Audience participation)
YEAR FIVE FOR THE TRIART FESTIVAL
The 5th Annual TriArt Festival is coming September 23rd to 25th from 12:00 noon -10:00 pm at Port O'Call Village in San Pedro. The Dance Component runs from 12 noon to 3:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday This expanded event will include dance, music, and art. The mission of the Festival is to increase the awareness and appreciation for San Pedro as a sophisticated venue for the arts. The presented artworks, dance, music and theatre pieces will showcase the changing face of San Pedro as an art, cultural and entertainment center.
What makes the Festival different? Artists from Palm Springs, San Diego, New York and San Francisco will be joining our distinguished resident artists and galleries. The beauty of the new location on a September day will be shared with strolling families and cruise ship passengers.
Of growing prominence to our Festival is the dance component, and this year dance will occupy two full afternoons with a diversity of styles including modern, contemporary, ballet, jazz, hip-hop, Folklorico, ballroom, and aerial dance by some of the most well known of our professional companies as well as some exciting groups giving their first performances in the Southland of their art. Curated by Louise Reichlin, Director of Los Angeles Choreographers & Dancers, the professional companies on Saturday include Ballet Folklorico Mixteco, East Los Angeles, Lula Washington Dance Theatre ( Modern), New Beginnings/Steven Nielsen (Broadway/Hip-hop), Nancy Evans Dance Theatre (Modern), ACFCLA (Artist Community For Change LA)/Anacia Weiskittel (Contemporary), and People's Yoga, Health, & Dance/Jan Kain (Audience participation). Introduced on Saturday are also the preprofessional groups Brockus Conservatory and the LAUSD ADDE (All District Dance Ensemble).
Sunday's array includes: Ruby Karen Project/Orange County Aerial Arts (Modern Jazz, Aerial Arts and Audience Participation), Jessica Wang/Dance with Jessica (Modern/Traditional Chinese), Louise Reichlin & Dancers/LA Choreographers & Dancers (Contemporary/Modern), LaDiego Dance Theater/Daniel Marshall (Contemporary Ballet), Ballet Folklorico Mixteco, East Los Angeles. Introduced on Sunday is also the preprofessional group LACHSA (LA County High School for the Arts).
The new location is Ports O' Call Village, Special Events Dance Stage, 1199 Nagoya Way, San Pedro, CA 90731. There is plenty of free parking and ocean breezes, and all FREE. For more information on Dance, call 213-385-1171.
The web site is: www.lachoreographersanddancers.org/TriArt_Festival_Dance.html. That connects to detailed information on the companies and dances they are performing as well as videos of the dance companies. For general festival information contact Joe Caccavalla, Festival Director at 310-831-0168. That web site is: www.TriArtFestival.com.