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November 11, 2023: 

Pigeonwing Dance performs The Carpet Series at Art Bath NYC  with jazz pianist David Virelles.

November 17-18, 2023:

"One Ocean" premieres at Goucher College. With music by Mary Lattimore. 

November 30-Dec 3, 2023: 

"Ostinato" premieres at New York Live Arts, in Barnard College/Columbia University Fall Concert.  With music by Keith Jarrett.

February 29-March 1, 2024: 

New work for New York Theatre Ballet, with a commissioned score by Grammy Award winner Pauline Kim Harris.  

March 2024: 

"HemiDemiSemiQuaver" returns in Golden State Ballet's From New York, with Lovea program of work by three NYC-based choreographers -- also featuring Justin Peck's "In Creases", and premiere by Norbert de la Cruz III. 

April 9, 2024: 

Gabrielle Lamb performs at the Savannah Music Festival.

May 2024: 

New creation for Milwaukee Ballet.


Fall 2022-Fall 2024: 

"The Choreography of CRISPR" premieres as part of  "Gene Culture", the opening exhibit at the MIT Museum's new building.  This dance film embodies and illuminates the CRISPR DNA-editing technology for which pioneering researchers Jennifer Doudna and Emmanuelle Charpentier won the 2020 Nobel Prize.   


April 2023: 

Premiere of "Upwelling" for Eglevsky Ballet.   

March 10, 2023:

The New York Choreographic Institute.

Created a new work "Ammonite" with advanced students from the School of American Ballet, as part of the New York City Ballet's NY Choreographic Institute.  With a new score for piano, cello, and violin by Juillard composer Hannah Ishizaki.   

March 18, 2023:

"The Choreography of CRISPR" at Pacific Northwest Ballet Film Festival.

January 2023 

Pigeonwing Dance at the Jensen Artists APAP showcase at the DiMenna Center for Classical Music, performing excerpts from "Rising", a collaboration with the Grammy-nominated Neave Trio and composer Robert Sirota.  

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