3rd Annual ‘PGK Dance’ SUMMER INTENSIVE
June 19-27th, 2014 with ‘Welcome to Summer’ Performance
in Spanish Village Balboa Park
WHO is the Intensive For: Dancers, Choreographers, Teachers Intermediate/Advanced/Professional.
(age is just a number, if this is you come)
The ‘PGK Dance’ SUMMER INTENSIVE is not able to accomodate beginning level dancers at this time
ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED: $100 holds your spot due May 1st. Click Link on the upper right side of this page to register
The PGK Dance Project is a critically acclaimed premier dance company based in San Diego under The PGK Project, Inc., a non-profit organization producing a variety of programs and events, outreach that make world class dance performances, training and appreciation affordable, relevent and easily available throughout the County and beyond.
Since 2002 our World Class Contemporary Repertory company has been a cultural envoy appointed by the US State Department bureau of culture and education performing locally, nationally and internationally. We have represented American Contemporary Dance in Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Central & South America, Australia, Africa and Asia.
Sculpted” -The Los Angeles Times
“Powerful and Precise” -Dance Europe
“Remarkable, Compelling” -Dance Magazine
“Absolutely Wonderful” -Boston Globe
“Amazing and Inventive” -sandiego.com
Our own local events: As a producer we are known for our innovative, unique model of partnering with local businesses and organizations who provide their spaces at no or low cost; so throughout the year we produce our performances at a variety of non-traditional spaces, such as a hair salon, warehouse, factory, loft, among others at little cost.
“Peter G. Kalivas, likes to take dance out of the theater and to the people,..” Janice Steinberg, SanDiegoStory.com
Circulating our performances this way throughout the County with affordable ticket price structures ($20-$5) lets us engage with, develop, serve and represent more diverse audiences and communities.
CLICK HERE to Enjoy 2013 PROMO: http://youtu.be/WI3PXdY3m7o The PGK Dance Project ‘ON TOUR’ in Belize @ The Dance ‘X’ International FestivalThe PGK Dance Project’s 2013/14 Season is sponsored by
The San Diego City Commission for Arts & Culture, National Endowment for the Arts,
The California Arts Council, The US State Department of Education & Culture, Western States Arts Federation, Dr. Stuart E. Schwartz, Bill Adair & David Roth, James Albert, Richard Bonacci, Wayne Bowlby, Bret Cleveland, Brian Lee Corrigan, Patrick Decoursey, Joe Lynch, Gene Morones, Darrell Netherton & Robert Wheeler, Dan Schroebel, David Swietlik, Target, The Puffin Foundation, The Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation, The American Cancer Society, Office Depot, Vertical Response, Culture Shock Dance Center, Jazz 88.3, San Diego CityBeat, Mission Federal Credit Union’s ArtWalk, Sue Brenner Photography, Gary Allard Photography, Spanish Village Balboa Park, San Diego Convention & Visitors Bureau, Friends of the Public Library, Clark Construction, UNIVISION, Caren Dufour Design, San Diego Gay & Lesbian News Network, Bluefoot Bar & Lounge, The Soda Bar, A Class Act Event Supplies, The ASCEND Project Support Group, Multicultural California, Foundation for Form, Rising Arts Leaders, an affiliate of Americans for the Arts, National Institute of History & Culture Belize, Discount Dance Supply, Delta Airlines,The Kroc Center, Malcolm X Library & Performing Arts
Photos from Top to Bottom: Jennifer Fait performing at You Are Here – a Creative Mixed Use Space in Golden Hill, Jennifer Fait & David Wornovitzky performing at 3rd Space for the Creative in University Heights, Nicole Oga (‘PGK Alumni) performing in ‘San Diego Dances in University Heights at 3rd Space, Guest Artist Natasha Ridley at 3rd Space, Viviana Alcazar dancing while Director Peter G. Kalivas sings at ‘Dance a Wish’ benefitting the Make a Wish Foundation The Garfield Theater La Jolla, Viviana Alcazar in ‘Bitterness Lingers Uneccesarily’ choreographed by ‘PGK’ Director Peter G. Kalivas at 3rd Space for the Creative. Credit: Gary Allard and Sue Brenner