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Harkness Dance Festival 2020

First Preview: Feb 21, 2020

Opening Date: Feb 21, 2020

Closing Date: Mar 21, 2020

Running Time: 02:00

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Playing @

92nd St Y

1395 Lexington Ave New York City, NY 10128

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92Y’s pioneering history in dance has made the Harkness Dance Center an epicenter for the art form throughout the world. And this season the world comes to the Harkness Dance Festival, in five weekends welcoming and showcasing five of the most influential dancers and choreographers from Korea, Canada, Northern Ireland, Japan, and Spain—each one is shaping the future of dance in their native country and beyond, and each brings a work never before seen in America.

Program (partial)

MARCH 7 & 8 
Hope Hunt and Lazarus and the Birds of Paradise
Oona Doherty (Belfast), Joss Carter

Performance mixes physical & sociological theatricality, urban dance alphabet, neoclassical ballet memories & the contemporary with an aspiration to the sacred.

MARCH 13 - 14
Good Rhythm Wonderful Life
Kazu Kumagai (Sendai)

Tap dance catalyst Kazu Kumagai animates the field with his distinctive improvisatory presence, waking up the senses with delight and groove.

MARCH 20 - 21
A Palo Seco
Sara Cano (Madrid)

Blending Flamenco tradition, Spanish folklore, Japanese Butoh and contemporary impulses, Sara Cano is shaping the future of the flamenco dance form. Part of the Flamenco Festival 20/20 
Age Guidance

Age Guidance: 13

Show Notes

Show Notes: 1 Intermission

Performance Schedule:


TDF Tickets Offers:

TDF member tickets:

Not available for this show

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Full-price tickets

$15 - $25



Directions Bus

The M101, M102 and M103 buses run north on Third Avenue and south on Lexington Avenue. The M1, M2, M3, M4 and X90 buses run north on Madison Avenue. From the West Side, take the M86 or M96 across to Lexington Avenue.

Directions Subway

Take the Lexington Avenue 4, 5 or 6 train to 86th Street. 92Y is located five blocks north on Lexington Avenue. The 6 train also stops at 96th Street. The Y is located four blocks south on Lexington Avenue.


Elevators go to all floors. All elevators have Braille/raised lettering,

Assisted Listening System

Kaufmann Concert Hall is equipped with Williams Sound systems for the hearing impaired. Operating on an FM signal, the system provides a clean sound with no static or dead spots. Headsets are free and may be picked up at the coat check with deposit of a driver's license or major credit card. Buttenwieser Hall is equipped with the Sennheiser infrared system that uses an emitter with infrared signal.

Wheelchair Info

Wheelchair accessible and wheelchair seating is available.

Box Office

Box Office is equipped with an accessible counter

Curb Ramps

Curb ramps are located on 91st and 92nd Street. The main entrance at 92nd Street and Lexington is ramped for the mobility bound and is open 24/7


The secondary entrance on 91st Street has an entrance at street level and has a front door switch; please note that this entrance is open during daytime hours when 92Y classes are in session


Discount parking is available to 92Y patrons at the GGMC Garage on 92nd Street between Second and Third Avenues. Have your ticket validated at the 92Y Sales and Customer Service Center in the main lobby.


Accessible restrooms on lower level only


Accessible seating and companion seats are also available when placing orders on


None on premises

Visual Assistance

Braille/raised lettering in the foyer of Kaufmann Concert Hall.

Water Fountain

Wheelchair accessible - lower level

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