Judith Jamison


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Noun1.Judith Jamison - United States dancer and choreographer (born in 1944)Judith Jamison - United States dancer and choreographer (born in 1944)
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The producers will be working with the dance company's artistic director Robert Battle and artistic director emerita Judith Jamison.
[1] Sims in an excerpt from Alvin Ailey's Cry [2] Samantha Shepherd, Tatiana Desardouin and Katia Cruz [3] Lourdes Lopez and Molnar [4] Veronika Jokel and Tiler Peck in their Tides [5] Nicole Bugge, Pedro Ruiz and Sergio Yero [6] Sims, Robert Battle and Judith Jamison [7] Liz Gerring, Keith Hurd and Frederic M.
It was during this performance that he experienced the magnificent artistry of Judith Jamison, who was Mr.
Honorees have included former Chairman and CEO of Young & Rubicam Ann Fudge; former Artistic Director of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Judith Jamison; Congresswoman Maxine Waters; and the late actress and activist Ruby Dee, all of whom have done so much to advance not only people of color but our entire world.
She is the only Ailey dancer to have performed under all three of the company's artistic directors: Ailey, Judith Jamison and, starting last year, Robert Battle.
CUTLINE: (1) Above, a dance from "Revelations." (2) Below, Judith Jamison has been artistic director of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater since 1989.
Battle is set to succeed the company's artistic director Judith Jamison next year and his intense choreography points to an impressive, possibly more risktaking future for the company.
According to the notes, the piece is a tribute to artistic director Judith Jamison's profound influence on the company, set to the music of Duke Ellington, Wynton Marsalis and War.
Former Ailey dancer Judith Jamison now serves as artistic director.) "Revelations," set to well-known and obscure spirituals, underscores his belief that "dance comes from the people and should be delivered back to the people," as he said.
With: Carmen de Lavallade, Geoffrey Holder, Boscoe Holder, Leo Holder, Gus Solomons Jr., Dudley Williams, Judith Jamison, Jennifer Dunning, Alvin Ailey, Josephine Baker.