Tom Gold Dance

Eugene Gologursky

Tom Gold spent 21 years at the New York City Ballet, which he left in 2008; since then he's founded his own troupe, written a "play with dance" for last summer's Fringe Festival, been chosen for the National Choreographers Initiative in Irvine, California, and also choreographed all over the world, including for the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and Bravo's Odd Mom Out. He's currently a City University of New York Dance Initiative resident artist at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, where, here, his eleven-member ensemble and pianist Xak Bjerken show Oasis, part of a trilogy to music by John Zorn; Served, a ballet inspired by viewing tennis on television and set to Schubert's Wanderer Fantasy; and a world premiere duet to Steve Reich's New York City Counterpoint.
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