Photo by Liz Charky

Tatyana Tenenbaum & Collaborators

Tatyana Tenenbaum is a choreographer and composer whose work explores the phenomenal space of the singing body. Within this, she deconstructs the language and lineage of American musical theater, examining how its embodied forms have shaped cultural narratives. Her work has been presented in New York, Wisconsin, Philadelphia, Seattle, Los Angeles and Bogotá, Colombia. She has had the privilege of performing and collaborating with Yoshiko Chuma and the School of Hard Knocks, Daria Fain and Robert Kocik, and Jennifer Monson, Levi Gonzalez, Emily Johnson/CATALYST and Hadar Ahuvia, among others. Tatyana co-organized CLASSCLASSCLASS from 2011-20016 and was a founding organizer for Brooklyn Studios for Dance. She participated in Urban Bush Women's 2017 Summer Leadership Insitute (SLI) and is a member of ACRE (Artists Co-Creating Real Equity).

Past Classes & Events

Movement Research at the Judson Church

March 11, 2019
performance