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HATCH Presenting Series / Spring Series (March 2019)                                              hatchpresentingseries.wordpress.com

Check Out Talissa Bavaresco!
See her new piece this Saturday 8:00pm
at Jennifer Muller/The Works
— HATCH - Jennifer Muller / The Works
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New York / Metro US (June 2018)                                                                                                      www.metro.us

Dixon Place’s 8 in Show is a platforms for emerging & established choreographers to showcase new works. Talissa Bavaresco will be featured premiering her work “Calyx”.
— Metro Media US
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NYC Now (June 2018)                                                                                                                       www.nycnow.com

Dixon Place’s 8 in Show is a platforms for emerging & established choreographers of all dance forms to showcase new works. Talissa Bavaresco is one of the featured choreographers of the evening, premiering her work “Calyx”.
— NYC Now
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New York Jazz Choreography Project April 2018  (May 2018)                                           www.jazzchoreography.com

Bavaresco’s choreography and song choice, Rodrigo and Gabriela’s rendition of “Stairway to Heaven,” were captivating. You could see her base influences pulling from her extensive knowledge and training in ballet. The one glitch didn’t pull away from her obvious talent as a choreographer.
— Ninoshka De Leon Gill
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New York Jazz Choreography Project April 2018  (May 2018)                                           www.jazzchoreography.com

 
New York Jazz Choreography Project once again, takes its audience on a ride through the ever-evolving styles of Jazz dance. (...) Talissa Bavaresco’s X I I blends classical dance with streaks of parallel leg lines, serene partnering and multiple level changes.
— Dominique Robinson
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New York Jazz Choreography Project April 2018 (May 2018)                                                www.jazzchoreography.com

 
And then there were the thought-provoking pieces, such as (...) “X I I,” (...). Each of these pieces was profound and beautiful to watch, meticulously placed throughout the evening to show the vast range of styles of jazz.
— Emily Bennett
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A Talkback with Jazz Project Artists on April 29th (June 2018)                                          www.jazzchoreography.com

“I like working collaboratively with my dancers,” Bavaresco said. She felt that different dancers will bring a different energy to each piece, and so the piece will always change a bit based on who’s in it.
— Josh Harris
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Holi Hai NYC - Spring Color Festival (May 2018)                                                                           www.nycholi.com/artists 

A fun story-telling piece to upbeat spanish guitar and beautiful movement!
— NYC Holi
 
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HATCH Presenting Series / Spring Series (April 2018)                                              hatchpresentingseries.wordpress.com

Intrigued by working with large casts of dancers, “R(h)ush” is Talissa’s first self-choreographed solo work (...) performing at Jennifer Muller/The Works Studio in HATCH on Saturday, 4/14
— HATCH - Jennifer Muller / The Works
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HATCH Presenting Series / Fall Series (October 2017)                                                 hatchpresentingseries.wordpress.com 

Talissa’s work is uplifting and invites you to enjoy the classic motif of romance between two people, amongst swirling, interweaving group patterns.
— HATCH - Jennifer Muller / The Works

REVISTA ALDEIA - August 2017 (Cascavel, PR - Brasil)                                                         www.revistaaldeia.com.br

Talissa, primeira brasileira a se formar no Programa Pré-Profissional de Jazz & Contemporâneo da Joffrey Ballet School, em Nova Iorque, é um exemplo de obstinação e resistência (...) resistiu financeiramente e emocionalmente para se manter nos EUA
— Revista Aldeia
Texto:    Rejane Martins Pires    / Foto:    Rachel Neville & The Joffrey Ballet School

Texto: Rejane Martins Pires / Foto: Rachel Neville & The Joffrey Ballet School


REVISTA PITOCO - July 2017 (Cascavel, PR -Brasil)                                                                  www.pitoco.com.br

Foto:    Rachel Neville & The Joffrey Ballet School

Foto: Rachel Neville & The Joffrey Ballet School

Foto:    Katy Marin Bavaresco

Foto: Katy Marin Bavaresco