Special Event - Harmony in Motion

Jennifer Muller/The Works in collaboration with the Ivy Brown Gallery
presents Harmony in Motion
Thursday, October 12th, 7pm-9pm Doors open at 6:30pm

Jennifer Muller/The Works company will perform pop-up excerpts featuring current repertory, in support of Brian Neish's exhibition, 'Deepest Harmony'. Featuring Neish's paintings that have movable panels; each piece can have over 95 billion combinations.
25% of all art sales on October 12th will go to Jennifer Muller/The Works

The Works applies a multi-disciplinary technique that weaves dance, theater and visual arts to create dances that celebrate and illuminate the human spirit. The company is proud to be America’s Ambassadors of Contemporary Dance, having presented its artistry in the world’s preeminent theaters and festivals in 39 countries on four continents. The Works has performed at major theaters and festivals worldwide, from Buenos Aires to Toronto and Hong Kong to Moscow with appearances in Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Shanghai, Tel Aviv, Montreal, Rome and Amsterdam, to name a few. The Works has performed in 30 states in the US, and self-produced 27 New York City Seasons at such venues as New York City Center, The Joyce, Cedar Lake, New Victory Theaters and New York Live Arts. In the US, The Works has performed at the Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, Jacob's Pillow and American Dance Festival. The dancers of The Works are renowned both for their technical virtuosity and expressive capability. Ms. Muller draws energy, athleticism, passion and grace out of her company members in a process that reveals each performer as a distinct individual without compromising the integrity of a coherent ensemble.

Mission/History: Jennifer Muller/The Works was founded in 1974 to support the vision and creativity of Jennifer Muller, creating new work and reaching the widest audience possible by performing and touring the Muller repertory in NYC, the US and abroad. The Works is deeply committed to mentoring creativity in all forms, teaching professionally-oriented students, conducting arts awareness and community outreach programs for adults and youth of all ages, and advocating relevance and appreciation of dance to promote the validity of individual expression and cross-cultural understanding.

Find more about Jennifer Muller/The Works here.