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Coming soon! Moving Parts by Denise Fujiwara

We are delighted to bring a 30-minute version of Moving Parts, choreographed by Denise Fujiwara to Dusk Dances 2023 at Withrow Park, a co-presentation with Dusk Dances and DanceWorks.

Excerpts of this stunning, dynamic, and high-spirited work for 6 dancers, a live band and a moving choir were presented at Dusk Dances in 2019, and at the DanceWorks 40th anniversary event in 2017. 

July 30th to August 6th, 2023
Withrow Park


DanceWorks supports the growth/development of artists/dance artistry through the medium of performance. Dedicated to creating a vital and vibrant dance presenting practice, DanceWorks embraces dances that appeal to a wide range of audiences.

The Dance Curator makes all artistic selections, programming high quality work emerging from different traditions, by artists who are making a significant contribution to the discipline.

Moving Online: Launched in the fall of 2020, the series shares the creativity and inspiration of dance artists working in the digital realm. The series includes short video stories, interviews, as well as pieces choreographed for the digital stage.

Mainstage Series: Presents local and touring artists/companies throughout the season.

Artists are encouraged to apply for Mainstage & Moving Online presentations. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. Please send inquiries to:

Images at top of homepage: SaMel Tanz by Fran Chudnoff, Naishi Wang and Jean Abreu by Maya Yoncali, Diana Soto Lopez by Chris Lagesten, Charles-Alexis Desgagnés by Damian Siqueiros


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