— Amanda Selwyn was interviewed about the upcoming season performance of Habit Formed on Episode 335 of the podcast Stage Whispers: Whisper in the Wings. Listen to Apple podcast
— Notes in Motion’s inclusive dance education programs were highlighted in the January 2024 interview by Queens Public Television. Watch Video
— Amanda Selwyn was interviewed by Jeff Simmons of It’s In Queens about Notes in Motion’s extensive dance education programs serving NYC public schools and diverse communities. Listen to Podcast
— Amanda Selwyn spoke about her journey as a choreographer on the on 144th Episode of the podcast “Movers & Shapers: A Dance Podcast.” Interview was conducted by Erin Carlisle Norton, Artistic Director of the NJ/NYC all-female dance company The Moving Architects. Listen to Apple Podcast
— Amanda Selwyn was interviewed on Bronxnet’s OPEN Friday about Notes in Motion’s robust dance education programs for the 2021-2022 School Season. Interview was conducted by Bronxnet’s host, Rhina Valetin   Watch Interview
— Notes in Motion’s 2021-2022 school program at Bronx Theatre High School was spotlighted in the Riverdale Press article,“Longtime theatre program saves performing arts. Read Article
— Amanda Selwyn had an exclusive interview with NYC Radio Station, WKTU about our 22nd Performance Season, Threads World Premiere. Listen to Audio Transcript

Performance Season Updates

Amanda Selwyn Dance Theatre was awarded a 2023-24 CUNY Dance Initiative Residency at BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center for our 24th Performance Season and World Premiere of Habit Formed on March 1-2, 2024. Habit Formed weaves fluid, sensuous movements with sharp, distinctive gestures.  The piece traverses a spectrum of emotions associated with habits, from euphoria to restlessness to liberation. The ultimate journey of the work is a story of discernment, unpacking how we can be empowered by intentional habits and not impaired by them. In our 23rd Season, we were in Residency at Hofstra University and presented a preview of Habit Formed at NYU as part of their Summer Residency Series.  For our 22nd Performance Season, we premiered Threads at New York Live Arts. Threads explored what holds us together in isolation and the practice of letting go. For our 21st Season, we presented a Virtual Performance and Gala and 3 Outdoor Performances in NYC, High Falls, and East Hampton.

Calendar of Events

September 9, 2024
Bloomfield, NJ

July 13, 2024 | East Hampton, NY
In Partnership 24th Season Gala
March 1-2, 2024
Smyth Tavern, NYC
Habit Formed World Premiere
March 1-2, 2024
BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center, NYC
Motifs & Structures
February 21, 2024
BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center, NYC
February 1, 2024
Cypress Hills Collegiate Prep. Brooklyn, NY
Habit Formed Community Performance
November 22, 2023
PS 41 Bronx
Dance on the Pond
Saturday, September 30, 2023
New Paltz, NY
A Night for our Future
September 22, 2023
One Art Space, NYC

Arts in Education

In the 2022-2023 school year, we experienced dramatic growth in our programming. We had 77 successful dance education programs throughout NYC in-school, after-school, an on weekends. Leading with our values of fostering inclusion, community, and expression through dance, we have strengthened and broadened our relationships with artists, partners, supporters, and friends. With funding from the NYC Department of Education’s Office of Arts and Special Projects, we also brought 18 unique Community Programs to our partners which included round robin multi-cultural dance workshops, an ASDT performance, inter-generational dance, and community joy. With 55 Company Teaching Artists working throughout the year, we surpassed the 120,000 students reached mark. 
"I loved the new experience. It really helped me break out of my comfort zone. The dances were fun to learn and enjoyable.
5th grader, PS 78X
"Notes in Motion has made a positive impact on the students because it gives them an outlet to express themselves in ways that they are not able to in the classroom. "
Classroom Teacher, PS 182Q
"We got the chance to learn something new, hear different music and meet members of our school community."
Parent, PS 376Q
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