Celebrate Dance 2013 – Riveting Resilience 
by Rachel Levin, March 9th, 2013
“Lydia Zimmer + Dancers mined this emotional territory of suffering even more microscopically in “Lithium” … As the choreographed duo traveled the stage in cyborg-like, staccato phrases to the spare, ambient music, Zimmer demonstrated once again her stunning aptitude for articulation, as if each gesture was a solitary frame in a stop-motion animation sequence.”

Celebrate Dance 2013: Los Angeles Dance Presentation
by Christie Schambera, March 2013
“After receiving a standing ovation for her work in 2012, Lydia Zimmer + Dancers returned with an expanded version of her spellbinding, improvisational choreographic piece Lithium, which was unraveled by a trio of dancers.”

Celebrating Dance in LA? Producer Jamie Nichols gets it Done

by Heather Toner of DIY dancer, March 16th, 2013
“The most technically proficient piece followed – Lydia Zimmer and Dancers were otherworldly in Lithium. With lines and precision to envy, dancers Sara Silkin, Lindsey Lollie and Lydia Zimmer played with shadow, fluidity and grace that lingers in my memory. Set to the ambient music of Marsen Jules, this piece was made all the more stunning by Eileen Cooley‘s lighting design. Zimmer is another choreographer Los Angeles should keep on their radar.”

Malashock Dance in Hidden Agendas Proves Provocative and Timely
by Steven Woodruff, May 19th, 2012

“The fantastic detail in Zimmer’s dancing is something of a revelation when seen from only a few feet away. Her movement vocabulary comes across as an affecting blend of a wide range of movement…” 

Review of Celebrate Dance 2012 – Concert Dance in Bloom
by Rachel Levin
March 3rd, 2012
“… among the crowd favorites of the night… Zimmer’s “Memoriae,” a last-minute addition to the Celebrate Dance program, earned a standing ovation from many.”

Celebrate Dance 2012 in Review 
by Vanessa AdelmannMarch 13th, 2012
“Lydia Zimmer is a newcomer to the Los Angeles dance scene, and is sure to steal hearts and captivate audiences with her breathtaking artistry. A one-woman tour de force, she commands attention and fills the stage with her presence alone.  She has an exquisite sense of control, stillness and movement balanced perfectly that leaves you amazed.” 

Celebrate Dance blends local troupes on one stage
By Laura Tate, 
February 24th, 2012
Featured in the LA TIMES, Glendale News Press, Pasadena Sun, La Canada Valley Sun
“I made an on-the-spot decision and added her to the lineup,” Nichols said. “I usually don’t do that, [but I was] that compelled by how amazing this young person was.”

Celebrate Dance 2012
By DancePlug, February 6th, 2012
“Lydia Zimmer will be making her Los Angeles big-stage debut in Memoriae. Zimmer, who primarily works in the realm of improvisation, blends multiple techniques in and brings to the stage an arresting presence of movement and style. She will be performing her ultra-idiosyncratic solo work to the blended instrumental and electronic soundscapes of the German composer, Marsen Jules.” 



Celebrate Dance 2012 – Lydia Zimmer and Kitty McNamee
by DancePlugMarch 3rd, 2012 


An Interview with Lydia Zimmer … “Memoriae” at Celebrate Dance 2012
By Joanne Zimbler
March 1st, 2012

Celebrate Dance 2012 Virtual Season – Lydia Zimmer
By Rachel Levin
February 24th, 2012 

Lydia Zimmer – Celebrate Dance 2012 Interview
By Vanessa AdelmannFebruary 11th, 2012


One thought on “REVIEWS

  1. Carola de la Rocha says:

    I have to say I was mesmerized by Ms. Zimmer’s performance at the Alex Theatre tonight. Her improvisation felt calculated yet so fluid – so ethereal at times. She was flawless in her movements, She is such a gorgeous dancer. Her dance was breathtaking to watch. It has been a long time since I have seen a dancer of her caliber.

    Carola de la Rocha
    March 3, 2012


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