Articles by Valerie Gladstone
Cherylyn Lavagnino talks about her decision to leave university administration and pursue her own artistic career.
The large, airy studio in lower Manhattan fills with the plaintive sounds of Franz Schubert’s Trio in E-flat Major as … Continue reading
Choreographers and their music
Music turns choreographers on. They listen all the time, looking for inspiration. From Bach to rap, there are more than enough choices to satisfy even the most particular. But it’s not simply … Continue reading
Robert Battle leapt into the spotlight as a member of the Parsons Dance Company in 1994. Already a budding choreographer, he soon began setting works on the sparkling troupe, alerting audiences to his multitude of … Continue reading