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The Dance of da Vinci 2.0

"...inspired by one of the biggest thinkers in history" - Hartford Courant

Dear friends,


We are rescheduling The Dance of da Vinci 2.0. My dancers have gone home for the time being. Rehearsing with these incredible dancers is life affirming. We  move, work, create and play in order to bring The Dance of da Vinci 2.0 to the stage - to YOU. 


Please consider making a donation by clicking the red box below. A quote I saw recently said "There is no surplus in non-profit." And without art, life has no meaning.


During this quiet time of Quarantine - Question, Observe, Listen, Create. Take care of yourself and each other.  - Sonia

Choreography by Sonia Plumb

Original music by Michael Wall

Projections by Bryan Swormstedt

Costumes by Sabrina Notarfrancisco

iL Corpo (the body)

Artists' Studio

Vitruvian Man Quartet

Artist's Dilemma

Vite degli animali (animals)




Lemurpa Light

Fisica, Geometria, e Luoghi Sacri, (physics, geometry and sacred places)

Rituals, Reverence and Confessions

Clock Gears

War Machines


Rifessioni e Profezie




Vitruvian Man/Woman


Dragons Return


Taking Flight

A Bit of History...

In April 2018, Choreographer Sonia Plumb premiered The Dance of da Vinciat The Bushnell. Feeling unfinished, she spent another two years researching and re-working the choreography. After two trips to London to personally meet with the Curator of Prints and Drawings at Windsor Castle, viewing over 200 of Leonardo's original drawings and two presentations at Upward Hartford, Plumb is now ready to show the world Dance of da Vinci 2.0.  Diving even deeper into The Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci, Plumb has created a masterpiece of movement with projections, original music and top-notch dancers. Follow our story on social media as we prepare for the stage. Leonardo — humanist, polymath, artist, inventor, engineer, observer of nature and movement. 500 years after his death and he is still an icon.

Special thanks to the Greater Hartford Arts Council 


William and Alice Mortensen Foundation

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The Betty Knox Foundation