*June 25th-29th 2021 -JGDT Boston Center for the Arts Residency-work is inspired by Covid 19 Pandemic.

*June 17th-20th  2021 Stream of Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra of Boston-Janelle Gilchrist performing to Wynton Marsalis’s “At the Octoroon Balls.” Proarte.org/tickets/

*May and June 2021 JGDT Performance with performance artist Kledia Spiro “I Should have Stuck to Ballet” & “She’s a Beast”-Boston Sculptors Gallery.

*December 2020-JGDT Performance in South Hadley Massachusetts for The Children’s Ballet and Movement Co. -Mixed Repertory: https://youtu.be/ncvsO0arVQk

*November 2020-Janelle Gilchrist-performance of Sugarplum fairy for New England School of Ballet

*August 2020: “Break Free”-Video-Janelle Gilchrist Choreographed and had JGDT dancers perform outside in response to the Covid Pandemic: https://youtu.be/giwqNjxWR8k

*May 2020 Virtual Concert in lieu of the Shared Choreographers Concert:

*March 13th and 14th 2020 for a shared choreographers concert at Integrarte. Postponed due to the Pandemic: https://youtu.be/ncvsO0arVQk

*January 19th 2019-Martin Luther King Celebration-Stoneham MA


For more information please visit:

http://www.janellegilchristdancetroupe.com and like our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/jgdancetroupe

We are a contemporary ballet company that incorporates ballet, modern, and jazz into its repertoire. Janelle Gilchrist, choreographer and founder, creates pieces that highlight classical and contemporary dance forms showcasing patterns, line, form, and arm fluidity. Gilchrist’s choreography is also shaped by music themes, storylines, and relationships.  The Troupe often performs to live music.   The company has performed in the Boston area at the following venues: the Strand Theatre, Green Street Studios, Mills Art gallery, Somerville Arts Festival, Dance for World Community, the Dance Complex, Salem Arts Festival, and Spring Step.