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NEW YORK, NY – Peridance Capezio Center is proud to present 20 innovative dance companies during the 2018 Association of Performing Arts Professionals Conference week at the Salvatore Capezio Theater. In two programs, Peridance features companies from: Italy, Denmark, Chicago, San Francisco, Indianapolis, and more. With over 30 years of experience in the dance arena, Peridance carefully curates its programs to reflect the artistic excellence; creativity, diversity and audience appeal presenters are looking for.

Art Without Borders, Inc. is proud to represent Selene Muñoz/Danzart and their collaboration with the New York City Ballet’s principal dancers, Ask la Cour and Amar Ramasar. Selene Muñoz, a world renowned Flamenco dancer, will perform SENSES, an excerpt from her trilogy FIVE SENSES. Combining choreography with elements of traditional Spanish Flamenco and Classical Ballet, it is a dance not to be missed. Two contrasting worlds of movement come together to tell a strong and sensual story about how our senses define us as human beings.

Watch Our Five Senses, Movement no. 1 here:
Selene Muñoz / Our Five Senses, Movement no. 1
Selene Muñoz Our Five Senses (Movement no. 1)
Salvatore Capezio Theater
126 E 13th St. NY, NY 10003
January 13th & 14th, 2018
70 minutes (no intermission)
Selene Muñoz with Danzart
(Available in APAP Showcases Program ‘A’ only)
Saturday, January 13th at 8pm
Sunday, January 14th at 4:30pm
$15 General Admission

Selene Muñoz is a Spanish – Danish dancer and choreographer. Along with her unique artistry explores culture through varied and contrasting rhythms, movements and music. She has received critical acclaim for merging classical flamenco with contemporary dance and classical ballet. Selene is noted for her prolific collaborations with live musicians and for involving them choreographically in her work. She began with classical ballet at 4 years of age. By 9 years of age she had created her own personal style which combined flamenco with contemporary dance and classical ballet and she premiered her first production in Denmark using this choreography. She began teaching her method of dance when she was 13 years old and some of her students included dancers from The Royal Danish Ballet School and Cirque Du Soleil. Since 2013, Selene Muñoz, in association with Danzart, has produced a wide range of dance productions, including ‘Libertad’ (2014) and ‘Presence’ (2016), which were both very well received.