BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance

Marigny Opera Ballet – Book of Saints

Book of Saints, choreographed by Teresa Fellion, returns to the Marigny Opera House after its sensational premiere in October 2017. Check out the event page here.
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When:
March 21st at 8pm
March 22nd at 9pm
March 23rd at 9pm
March 24th at 8pm
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Where:
725 St Ferdinand St
New Orleans, LA 70117
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The two-act ballet is an illumination of the lives of three beloved saints: Teresa of Avila, Sebastian Martyr and Francis of Assisi. The original orchestra score and the chorus, composed by New Orleans-based Tucker Fuller, merited a Gambit award. Book of Saints is also accompanied live by the New Resonance Chamber Orchestra and Krewe de Voix Chamber Choir with the stellar dancers of Marigny Opera Ballet.
Teresa will be returning to New Orleans this March for final rehearsals and tech for this show at MOB. The full-length choreography for Book of Saints, commissioned by Marigny Opera Contemporary Ballet, won the Best of New Orleans 2018 Gambit Award for Best Dance Presentation for this original work.

Teresa will also be teaching company classes at Marigny Opera Ballet and at schools in and near New Orleans throughout the month of March. We hope to see some of you there! Classes will be taught at University of Southern Mississippi, Live Oak Academy, and others to be announced soon!
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Company Classes at the Marigny Opera Ballet will take place between March 15- March 24
Teresa will be teaching  under a Residency at the University of Southern Mississippi on March 26
Classes at the Live Oak Academy on March 16 and March 23

Inwood Erases Hate with Love

We are proud to announce that this month we received notification of a grant from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council for our proposal of an amazing new  community engagement performance project! We are delighted that our hard work in bringing artistry directly into Manhattan’s diverse communities has been recognized by the LMCC.
When:
Spring/ Summer 2019 (Exact Date TBA soon)
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Where:
Inwood Hill Park
The LMCC provides support for artist projects in Manhattan with funding from New York State and City agencies. “Inwood Erases Hate with Love: A Dance, Music, and Visual Celebration of our Immigrant Communities” is made possible in part with public funds from Creative Engagement, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by LMCC. We are excited to bring this project to NYC audiences later this year, so stay tuned for more details!