This week on ‘Conversations On Dance’ we are joined by Mai Lê Hô, the founder of LayeRhythm Productions a NYC-based non-profit dedicated to highlighting freestyle voices in performance art. Mai Lê takes us through her artistic journey of falling in love with house music and dance while growing up in France, the emotional release she discovered in shared dance experiences, her exploration of how musicians and dancers can interact with one another in live performance and how she has built LayeRhythm’s reputation and performance schedule since its founding. Presented by the Guggenheim Works & Process and the 92nd St Y, LayeRhythm will be performing at Gibney Dance Center November 17th (tickets) and the Clark Studio Theater at Lincoln Center on December 15 (tickets), both at 7:30 PM.
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