SylviDances Repertoire & Sylvana’s Performances

Dive into my world.

I choreograph, collaborate, and perform. This is a taste. Want to view more, visit my youtube channel SylviDances Community

Photo by Joey Oliver


A FRIEND LIKE YOU

(Videography by Mimi Noorani)

ICONS Choreographic Institute Thesis Work to Carnaval D’Aix by Darius Milhaud.

Dancers: Covenant Babatunde, DeAunna Blackwell, Sara Bradna, Adam Chavis, Jordan Daugherty, Etta Hulcher, Rachel Lawal, Kamillia McCracken, Leila Stehlik-Barry, Noah Strand

T.R.I.B.E

Choreographed by Sylvana Christopher for a Joy of Motion Studio to Stage Concert at The Jack Guidone Theater.

Dancers: Grace Cannon, Jonathan DeVilbiss, Wendy Melechen, Erika Newell, Christopher Richardson

T.R.I.B.E. is a look at the superpowers one would ascribe to themself and how those unique powers can support one another in living out heroic identities.

(Photography by Hang Wang)

Who Two

Who, Two choreographed by Joan Nicholas-Walker.
Dancers: Sylvana Christopher, Maggie Lockhart

(Photo by Jeff Malet)
The Light of Slow Descent

Choreographed by Jess Hoversen. ICONS Choreographic Institute presented 7 world premiers. Sylvana Christopher danced in Jess’s Thesis Dance Concert held on May 11th & 12th, 2019 at the Dance Loft on 14 in Washington D.C.

(Videography by David Dowling)


(Photo by David Dowling)
Strings

Choreographed by Sylvana Christopher

“Lady, Your Roof Brings Me Down” by Scott Weiland

Dancers: Ivan Chanis Barahona, Sylvana Christopher, Grace Cannon

Dancing Rogues production at Epic Yoga DC with Hayley Cutler’s Darling Dance and Sara Herrera’s Aras Dance. Dinner date, fowl play… talk about awkward.

(Videography by David Dowling)

Virtual Line

Choreographed and danced by Sylvana Christopher, May Kesler, Rachel Lawal, and Devon Steeltoe Wallace.

Music “Mr. Telephone Man” by New Edition

Remember the olden days when we used a pay phone to call someone? Take a dip trip back in time to recall the ways in which we used to communicate and loose a call or connection with someone you love or might rather not talk to depending which side of the live you’re on.

Site: Carter Barron Amphitheater Ticket Booth

(Videography by David Dowling)

Ash

Performed at Church on the Square in Baltimore in 2019 by SylviDances.

Dancers: Sylvana Christopher, Sara Herrera, Maggie Lockhart

(Video by Derek Shore)


SylviDances was created in 2017. SylviDances was created by DC metro area dancers/choreographers/educators Sylvana Christopher and Maggie Lockhart with the mission to bring people and artists together through fresh, thoughtful, dance and music. SylviDances has presented work at Dance Place, Baltimore Theater Project, Jack Guidone Theater, Gallaudet University, Move Me Festival and Howard County Community College. Dance Metro DC calls the dynamic between the pair “riveting” and “successful in presenting a narrative that makes you think.” Christopher and Lockhart recently partnered with Dance Place to curate their passion project 5 by 5- a stripped down, up close sharing of work by 5 DC area choreographers.

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