Featured Guest Artist, Josie Mosely works with Pacific Dance Ensemble
Prestigous Portland choreographer, Josie Mosely restages "When I close my eyes" on Pacific Dance Ensemble. A work that is based off a nun's diary about hiding children in the attic during the Holocaust. It will be presented in DANCE WORKS XI.
One of the Pacific Northwest’s finest choreographers, Josie Moseley has captivated audiences for over 25 years with her solo performances and group pieces set on various artists and companies worldwide.
White Bird was excited to bring her company to the stage for the first time, and was received by sold out audiences. More recently, she was greatly honored to be commissioned to create a work for the Martha Graham Dance Company.
Dance Magazine recognized her as one of the “100 most influential choreographers of 2010”.
Moseley’s work has been funded by numerous foundations, individuals, presenters, and public organizations. Locally she has created many works for some of the city’s most respected dance companies and dance artists.
Her teaching career includes serving on the faculties of Reed College, University of Portland, University of California Berkley, Mills College, Shawl Anderson, Oregon Ballet Theater, Body Vox, and Portland Ballet.
As a teacher and choreographer, Josie Moseley explores movement that is expansive, passionate, and humanistic. Her work continues to be performed both nationally and internationally.
DANCE WORKS XI OPENS APRIL 24 -26TH IN THE TOM MILES THEATRE. 7:30 PM EACH NIGHT AND A 2PM MATINEE ON SATURDAY.
Tickets -503-352-2918 for advance purchase or they can be purchased at the door. $5 -$8.
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