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    Andrea Miller

    Andrea Miller

    Contemporary

    Biography:

    Andrea Miller is a graduate of The Juilliard School and former dancer with Ohad Naharin's Batsheva Ensemble. In 2006, Miller established Gallim Dance. The mission of Gallim Dance is to create, to play inside the imagination, to find juxtapositions of the mind and body that resonate in the soul, to investigate our limitations and pleasures, and to realize the endless human capacity for inspiration. Her work has been performed in the United States, Canada and Israel.

    Miller has been selected as one of Dance Magazine's "25 to Watch" 2009. Recent commissions include Repertory Dance Theater (UT), Zenon Dance Company (MN), Arts Umbrella (Vancouver), Hubbard Street 2 Choreographic Competition, and The Stella Adler Studio of Acting Artist in Residence (MAD AIR). Miller has choreographed for students at The Juilliard School, Alvin Ailey, and SUNY Purchase among others.


    About the Company
    Founded in 2006 by choreographer Andrea Miller, Gallim Dance is a New York City based company. Andrea's works are simultaneously kinetic and intimate expressions of the self and its inner mosaic of weakness, desires and struggles. Her use of extreme physicality - movement that shifts between explosive power and contained tension - creates an experience where the dancers appear to exist at the edge of their limits.