Miro Magloire

New Sounds, New Moves: Collaborations Between Emerging Choreographers and Composers

Joyce SoHo, 155 Mercer Street, NYC

Wednesday, October 19 at 10:00pm

$15 ($12 with SONiCPass)

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Miro Magloire's career has led him from being an avant-garde composer to being a ballet choreographer. Born in Munich, Germany, he started playing the piano at age 6. At age 17, he won the “Forum of Young Composers Award” of his home state of North Rhine-Westphalia. He went on to study for 4 years with renowned composer Mauricio Kagel at the State Conservatory of Music in Cologne, Germany. His compositions have been presented at music festivals across Europe and broadcast on national German radio. He moved to New York City to study dance at the Ailey School. He performed with the Martha Graham Ensemble and the Nikolais/Louis Company. Focusing on ballet, he continued his training with Wilhelm Burmann and Peff Modelski among others. He went on to dance with several ballet companies, including Florida Ballet, the Omaha Theatre Company Ballet, the Eglevsky Ballet and the American Repertory Ballet. Eventually, Magloire returned to his creative roots by applying his composition skills in choreography. He is the founder and Artistic Director of New Chamber Ballet, for which he choreographs on a regular basis. He has also created ballets for the Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet and the State Academy of Dance in Cologne, Germany. His works include ballets to music by Bach, Tartini, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Bartók, Dallapiccola, Stockhausen, Boulez, Feldman, Ferneyhough, Berio, Scelsi, Lachenmann, Sciarrino and others. Parallel to his dancing and choreographing career, he has worked as a dance accompanist for a host of companies and schools, most recently at American Ballet Theatre. He also trains and coaches accompanists, and has recorded and published 6 CDs with music for dance classes.