In the Studio: Amy Seiwert

Here to choreograph a new work for Ballet San Jose’s Bodies of Technology program, Amy Seiwert is in the studio and setting her ballet on our Company of dancers. The work will combine the world-renowned innovations and inventions of Silicon Valley with the artistry of groundbreaking dance and choreography, and will premiere at Bodies of Technology at the California Theatre on March 27-29, 2015. Tickets are on sale now at balletSJ.org.

Read more about Amy Seiwert below!

Amy Seiwert

Amy Seiwert, photo courtesy of Amy Seiwert’s Imagery

Amy Seiwert, Artistic Director of Amy Seiwert’s Imagery

Amy Seiwert enjoyed a nineteen-year performing career dancing with the Smuin, LA Chamber and Sacramento Ballets.

As a dancer with Smuin Ballet she became involved with the “Protégé Program” where her choreography was mentored by the late Michael Smuin, and became Choreographer in Residence there upon her retirement from dancing in 2008. Named one of “25 to Watch” by Dance Magazine, her first full evening of choreography was named one of the “Top 10” dance events of 2007 by the SF Chronicle.

Twice she has worked with dancers from New York City Ballet, participating in the NY Choreography Institute at the invitation of Peter Martins. Collaborations include works with visual designers Marc Morozumi and Matthew Antaky, composers Daniel Bernard Roumain and Mason Bates, media designer Frieder Weiss and spoken-word artist Marc Bamuthi Joseph.

She is honored to be an Artist in Residence at ODC Theater and to have works in the repertory of Ballet Austin, BalletMet, Smuin, Washington, Atlanta, Oakland, Sacramento, Colorado, Louisville, Cincinnati, Carolina, Oklahoma City, Dayton, Milwaukee and American Repertory Ballets as well as Robert Moses KIN.

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