Ellen Sinopoli Dance Company
Resident Company of The Egg

ESDC’s commitment to CREATE, COLLABORATE, EDUCATE and PARTNER remains in the forefront as it shares its work with diverse audiences through concerts, showcases, residencies, workshops, educational and community outreach.

Overview

Excellence in conception and performance combined with vibrant energy and air-born athleticism.

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Performances & Repertory

Curiosity fuels the mind and artistry of Ellen Sinopoli.

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Artist Bios

Sinopoli and her dancers are an artistic treasure, one the region must cherish.

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Education & Outreach

Engaging children and adults through movement workshops and performances that inspire creativity and imagination.

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Sinopoli’s over 100 dances, collaborations and creative projects bring together an insightful and expansive spectrum of artistic talent.

Auditions

ESDC is not currently holding auditions.

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Our artistry is dance, our passion is movement.

Press and Reviews

Sinopoli Company Transcends Distance Through Dance

25 Jun, 2020

Sinopoli Company Transcends Distance Through Dance

Albany Times Union  June 20, 2020, by Tresca Weinstein Over three decades of dance-making, choreographer Ellen Sinopoli has collaborated with sculptors, painters, poets, architects and physicists. So it’s no surprise that she’s found fresh ways to interact with the mediu...

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13 Apr, 2019

To the pointe by Wendy Liberatore

'FROM THE MIND:' A JOURNEY THROUGH LIFE Ellen Sinopoli Dance Company’s “From the mind / of a single long vine  / one hundred opening lives” is a journey – one into a world that feels ancient, primal and one that tickles the imagination of those watching it unfold. Presented on Friday night at The Egg, the dance based on a haiku poem ...

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To the pointe by Wendy Liberatore
Movement in Response to Immovable Objects

02 May, 2017

Movement in Response to Immovable Objects

By Tresca Weinstein, 3/2/2017 How do you choreograph a dance performance in an art gallery? Very, very carefully. In creating site-specific work for three shows at the Opalka Gallery over the last four years, Ellen Sinopoli has learned exactly how to protect both the moving and the inanimate elements of the performance. So viewers might notic...

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