Cornell University

Schwartz Center for Performing Arts

430 College Ave, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA

Upcoming Events

Poster for Guest-Artist-in-Dance Heidi Latsky

Heidi Latsky, Artistic Director and Founder of the Heidi Latsky Dance Company, will be the Guest-Artist-In-Dance from October 12th to October 15th at the...

10/12/2022 4:50pm
Poster for Guest-Artist-in-Dance Heidi Latsky

Heidi Latsky, Artistic Director and Founder of the Heidi Latsky Dance Company, will be the Guest-Artist-In-Dance from October 12th to October 15th at the...

10/13/2022 4:50pm
Poster for Guest-Artist-in-Dance Heidi Latsky

Heidi Latsky, Artistic Director and Founder of the Heidi Latsky Dance Company, will be the Guest-Artist-In-Dance from October 12th to October 15th at the...

10/14/2022 3pm
Poster for Guest-Artist-in-Dance Heidi Latsky

Heidi Latsky, Artistic Director and Founder of the Heidi Latsky Dance Company, will be the Guest-Artist-In-Dance from October 12th to October 15th at the...

10/15/2022 12pm
Headshot of Rhodessa Jones

“Once Upon a Time in A Place Called Now: An Interactive Storytelling Workshop for Artists, Activists, and Educators” Thursday, October 20, 2022 5:00-6:30...

10/20/2022 5pm

Recent Events

Festival 24

8/27/2022

Recent Activity

Amala Lane

Amala Lane left a positive review 3/4/2020

All of the dancers were impressive. I hadn't known that most are not PMA majors and some are even PhD students in the sciences! The faculty who have brought out their talents and ideas are truly to be commended. Video projections were amazing and I especially loved the Tong Yang-tze video projection of her calligraphy that was animated. It really could have been a stand alone but the interpretation of the student dancers was truly sublime. Kudos to Jumay Chuh for her work with them. Kudos also to Chris Miller's musicianship that created a meditative yet joyful sound-scape. I must say that the final performance by professional dancer-choreographer, Sharaf DarZaid was as stunning as it was breathtaking with his ability to express grief, rage and astonishment in the most subtle of muscle movements. Who knew that one could be mesmerized by a person basically standing in a semi-crouching position as he beat himself to allow explosions of talc impersonating bombings of emotion and violence?

Elizabeth Bauman

Elizabeth Bauman left a positive review 11/11/2019

Erica and Dana gave an information-packed and fascinating look into how Broadway musicals come into being. They really presented an insider’s perspective that you couldn’t get from other sources. They both stayed after the talk to answer questions for almost an hour. I would definitely attend another presentation offered by them.

Cindy Greco

Cindy Greco posted a photo 10/6/2017

Mary Burke

Mary Burke posted a photo 5/2/2017

Mary Burke

Mary Burke posted a photo 5/2/2017

Cindy Greco

Cindy Greco posted a photo 2/8/2016