November 15th was a big day for Cennarium.

Not only did we release the first ever performing arts global digital magazine – Cennarium Backstage – if you haven’t checked it out yet, here’s the link to it – but we also officially introduced our recently established US platform to the performing arts community at Chelsea’s Helen Mills Space and Theater. Such occasion was celebrated with a special screening in honor of the 90th Anniversary of the oldest American and most important modern dance company in the planet: the Martha Graham Dance Company. Cennarium’s original production of today’s Graham Company, consists of a choreographed performance by Martha Graham, Larry Keigwin, Kyle Abraham, Sonya Tayeh and Andonis Foniadakis. You can watch it now here! Brennyn Lark, who played Eponine in the most recent run of Broadway’s Les Mis, showcased a special potpourri performance praising the different genres of performing arts.

Topped with traditional Brazillian cocktail drinks and delicious light bites, this was indeed a special night. Here are some of the sneak peek photos. So, stay tuned for more to come!

Cennarium Launch: Brennyn Lark and Gulu Monteiro
Cennarium launch: cocktail reception

Cennarium launch: Brennyn Lark's special performance

Cennarium launch: cocktail after-party   Cennarium launch: Janet Stapleton, Gulu Monteiro and LaRue Allen

Cennarium launch: Light bites at the Helen Mills

Cennarium launch: Cocktail reception

Cennarium launch: Leonard Jacobs and Themis Gomes

Cennarium launch: Introduction Speech by Themis Gomes

Cennarium launch: Lloyd Knight and Abdiel Jacobsen

Cennarium launch: LaRue and guests settle down for night's show at Helen Mills Theater

Cennarium launch: Cocktail reception

Cennarium launch: step and repeat selfie
Cennarium launch: Martha Graham Dance Company dancers

Cennarium launch: Screening of Cennarium's Production of Martha Graham Dance Company pieces

Cennarium launch: Janet Stapleton

Cennarium launch: step and repeat

Cennarium launch: Cocktail reception

Cennarium launch: Southard Communications

Photos by: SilkWay Photo & Video production NYC

Related Blog Post

Share your thoughts...

comments

Categories

Get Notified of the Newest Releases and Exclusive Content Available Only to Subscribers!

Advertisement

advertisement advertisement

Latest Post

  • 4 More Famous Operas - Mozart's "Don Giovanni" is one of the most played operas to this date.4 More Famous Operas
    All art worlds have standards and rare gems. The genre of opera is no different. Rock and roll has the Beatles and The Rolling Stones, while film has great actors like Clark Gable and Philip Seymour […]
  • Mariinsky' Theater uses the choreography by Vasily Vainonen for the classic "The Nutcracker" piece.5 Vasily Vainonen Works
    Born just after the turn of the twentieth century, Vasily Vainonen is one of the most notable choreographers in Russian Ballet history. Throughout his dancing career, Vainonen created dances for some […]
  • 3 Musical Works for New Year’s Eve Viewing
    Not everyone likes to head out to a bar or restaurant to ring in the New Year. Some of us prefer to stay off the street and relax with our loved ones at home. Maybe put together a nice dinner and […]
  • Teatro di San Carlo is famous for its panorama seating that is absolutely stunning!6 Operas Premiered at Teatro di San Carlo
    The historical theater Teatro di San Carlo, located in Naples, Italy, was an idea of Charles VII, a Bourbon King. The existing theater at the time, Teatro San Bartolomeo built in 1621, was too small […]
  • Bad Movies to Good Shows: some movies were just flops. There's no denial about that. Perhaps their stories could make into successful Broadway shows?5 Bad Movies That Could Be Good Shows
    A look at some films that have flopped over the past couple of decades, and whether or not stage productions of the same subject matter might be more effective. The past decade has demonstrated […]