Sadi Mosko is a dancer and choreographer based in New York City. Since 2016, she has been a performer and collaborator with Colleen Thomas Dance. Her own choreography has been commissioned by organizations including CPR - Center for Performance Research, Columbia Ballet Collaborative, and Treefort Music Fest. In addition, Sadi co-founded SilverMoss Dance Project, a platform for the works she creates in collaboration with Carolyn Silverman.
Originally from Boise, Idaho, Sadi graduated magna cum laude from Columbia University with B.A. degrees in both dance and sustainable development. At Columbia, through the Barnard College Department of Dance, she studied with artists such as Twyla Tharp, Andrea Miller, and Jodi Melnick and performed works by Sasha Waltz, Shannon Gillen, Loni Landon, and Alexandra Beller, among others. Additionally, Sadi has trained at multiple workshops and intensives in the United States, Europe, and Israel.
Outside of the studio, Sadi is a writer and editor with a passion for environmental sustainability. Her research paper, “Stepping Sustainably: The Potential Partnership Between Dance and Sustainable Development,” was published by the journal Consilience. Read it here.
EVENTS - UPCOMING
BEACHED - MOBILE DANCE FILM FESTIVAL
92nd Street Y
July 31 @ 7:00 p.m.
Beached is an Official Selection at the 2021 Mobile Dance Film Festival! Screen it in person at 92Y on July 31 or online at the 92Y/MDFF website from July 31-August 15.
The Field, a dance film, is set in the Boise foothills and explores humans’ relationship with environmental sustainability in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. It will premier in 2021 and was funded by the Covid Cultural Commissioning Fund, organized by Treefort Music Fest, the Velma V. Morrison Center for the Performing Arts, and the Boise City Department of Arts & History.
LIGHT AND DESIRE
POSTPONED due to COVID-19
New York Live Arts
Performer and Rehearsal Assistant for Colleen Thomas' new piece, light and desire. Created against the backdrop of increasing extremism worldwide, Thomas joins five women from around the world, taking a personal and universal look at how women artists cope under oppressive and manipulative power structures. This piece is in homage to Women’s Month and the centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
SPRING MOVEMENT 2020
POSTPONED due to COVID-19
Center for Performance Research (CPR), Brooklyn
Sadi was selected to be one of the six choreographers featured in CPR's Spring 2020 Movement Festival. She will present Tectonic, a dynamic trio that explores the concept of sustainability from multiple perspectives. What is sustainable environmentally but also physically? What can the human body endure? How do the cyclic relationships between the animate and inanimate features of the natural world allow nature to sustain itself?