60x60 is a One-hour Music Extravaganza
Featuring One-minute Slices of New Music

60x60 is calling for works for its eleventh performance season!

60x60 Opportunities



60x60 New York City


60x60 Dance is seeking choreographers, dancers and performance artists of all styles and genres to participate in the upcoming 60x60 Dance event in the New York City's Winter Garden Atrium at Brookfield Place on October 23rd, 2015 for 2 performances at 12:30 PM and 8:00 PM.

Eclectic by nature, 60x60 Dance offers an unmatched diversity of styles, making for a fast-speed, electrifying one-of-a-kind performance that never ceases to surprise. Dances will span all forms from ballet to hip-hop to ballroom and contemporary, while music includes neo-romantic, folk, tech-house, noise, rock and everything but the kitchen sink.

60x60 Project is a one-hour-long show made by sequencing 60 pre-recorded pieces by 60 different composers, each piece a minute in length or shorter. For 60x60 dance events, each selected performer/group will be invited to create a one-minute performance to one of the 60 compositions. The 60 performances will be joined to create a 1 hour show.

Since 2007, the 60x60 Dance collaboration has showcased over 1000 choreographers, thousands of dancers, and performed in 3 different countries including London's 2012 Olympics, Toronto's Next Steps at Harbour Front Centre and this year we will be returning to New York City's Winter Garden Atrium at Brookfield Place. http://brookfieldplaceny.com/events/60x60

"The idea - 60 new dance pieces are performed to 60 new pieces of music, each lasting no more than 60 seconds - is quite mad. But it's this kind of madness that makes the cultural world go round. As the dancers and their music unspooled through a seamless hour, there were frequent cheers from the large crowd packed into rows of chairs and on the broad flight of stairs at the other end of the hall." - New York Times

World Financial Center's Winter Garden part of Vox Novus' 15th Anniversary Festival

Friday, October 23, two performances 12:30PM & 8:00PM

We are seeking choreographers in a variety of genres - from ballroom to acrobatic, hip-hop to ballet - who are open to the show's thematic development and have an openness for collaboration and community. Upon selection, your music will be emailed to you.

This year's 60x60 Dance is co-directed by choreographers Fran Sperling of (SkyBody), Andrea Skurr (Ruah, Inc) and composer by Robert Voisey (Vox Novus).

Groups and individuals selected for participation must be available for technical run-throughs and dress rehearsal on October 22nd in the evening the day before the performance. A dress rehearsal will be scheduled the Saturday before the show on October 17th 1:30PM -5:30 PM Rehearsals and performance related expenses are on your own. We will stay in touch to check-in with your progress.

Deadline to apply is EXTENDED to Septemebr 4th, 2015

You must submit online at: http://www.60x60.com/calls/ You will be asked to register and password will be sent to your email address and then you can submit the following details:
. Name
. Dance Company (if applicable)
. Web Site (optional)
. Address, City, State, Zip Code
. Phone
. Bio (100 words, please)
. Link to Work
. Style of Dance
. Estimated Number of Dancers
. How did you hear about 60x60 Dance?

All participants will be required to attend:
Tech rehearsal - Saturday October 17th 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Dress rehearsal - Thursday October 22, 2015 6:00 PM-11:00 PM
Both performances - Friday, October 23, 2015, 12:30 PM + 8:00 PM

Any questions, please contact 60x60 Director Robert Voisey at support@VoxNovus.com

60x60 presents to the largest audience possible.
60x60 actively seeks to find that listener unaware of the treasure which is found in the 60 one-minute miniatures. 60x60 has been presented in places where audiences would expect mainstream programs and offers the 60x60 program to be discovered by the listener. Performance of various incarnations of 60x60 have been presented in concert halls, theater stages, museums, art galleries, public atriums, bars, nightclubs, building facades, and street windows in New York City; not to mention radio airplay, television and Internet broadcast around the world. 60x60 has been enjoyed by tens of thousands of people in venues across the globe.

The point of the project is that it enables an audience to take in and enjoy a cross section of different approaches to new music within a reasonable duration. And the purpose of Robert Voisey is to promote new music

- Malcolm Miller, Music and Vision

"The word 'viral,' comes to mind as a trendy but disquietingly accurate image for Robert Voisey's infectious enthusiasm.
He is always ready to mutate and reinfect the process as indicated to maintain the highest degree of project fever - and yes, it is spreading."

"We live in a compressed world. Executive summaries, plot synopses, speed dating, pecha kucha, sound bites,Wikipedia, and Sesame Street tell us all we need to know, and in very little time. Since 2003, NewYork composer Rob Voisey has given us a musical version with his 60x60 Project. ... 60x60 is not about scores, but about recordings. The submissions are the music; definitive, in final form - trapped, as it were, in amber. ... The project design permits a large number of composers to put representative samples of their music in front of audiences. I trace project success to the composers who form its collaborators, hosts, and director. The grass-roots, all-volunteer philosophy translates into an eclectic blend of styles, genres and aesthetics. The result: a representative survey of today's music on the cutting edge."

- By Richard Arnest, Sounding Board Spring 2011

there's one thing you can say for sure,
it won't be boring.

- Time Out London -

60x60 is a project of Vox Novus
60x60 was created and founded by Robert Voisey to inspire, produce, promote, and disseminate the vast aesthetics and styles of contemporary composers being written by today's living composers.
More about Vox Novus and Robert voisey can be found on their perspective websites: