Movement. It seems like the simplest thing in the world. Our bodies were created to move. And the long-term health benefits are endless for all of us, regardless of age, gender, etc.
The Creativity of Amanda Spilinga paired with movement gives us access to Alternative Synergy, The Company (ASTC). I wrote about ASTC earlier this year (see here). And I attended the production of “Life Symphony: The Origins.” I was blown away by the creativity, diversity, passion and hard work. Each performer showed their passion and honesty for each story told. It was a special experience.
Founder and Director Amanda Spilinga is inspired from the very connection she has to ASTC. The work she does at ASTC fuels her creativity. I have a deep admiration for Amanda’s work. But what I admire most is the degree of care she possess for each artist and her passion to deliver the very best to the world.
Courtesy of Eudes Espino + Kevin Green
Alternative Synergy, The Company (ASTC), unites the emotional and cultural history of Street style with classical ballet and contemporary movements. Creating and providing a medium to tell a single story. A story from the perspective of each performer – all from varying backgrounds. It’s a treat to experience and when I say this, it is without exaggeration.
I’m happy to once again announce that ASTC is back with yet another production:
Life Symphony: The Crossline.
And this production will serve as the final production for 2019. And closes out the cycle of three shows and three educational programs.
The name Life Symphony: The Crossline derived from a place that identifies the very essence of ASTC. The consistent and vibrant growth. Embracing the challenges, while creating opportunities for the dance community. And being an inspiration for us all to expand our vision and fulfill our dreams.
Life Symphony will be held at Bogart House at 6 PM on December 19, 2019. Tickets can be purchased at Alternative Synergy.
Early bird special $15.00 or you can purchase at the door for $20.00.
230 Bogart Street – East Williamsburg
See you there
P. S. ASTC is still running their crowdfunding campaign and there’s still time to donate here