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THE DANCE GALLERY features Janet Aisawa, Jeffrey Bauer, Mei-Yin Ng, Linda Seifert/Peter Kiszka, Beth Soll

THE DANCE GALLERY features Janet Aisawa, Jeffrey Bauer, Mei-Yin Ng, Linda Seifert/Peter Kiszka, Beth Soll

Company:

Janet Aisawa, Jeffrey Bauer, Mei-Yin Ng, Linda Seifert/Peter Kiszka, Beth Soll

Location:

University Settlement, 184 Eldridge Street (at Rivington Street)
New York, NY

Dates:

Friday, December 9, 2016 - 8:00pm daily through December 10, 2016

Tickets:

Call 212-924-7882

Company:
Janet Aisawa, Jeffrey Bauer, Mei-Yin Ng, Linda Seifert/Peter Kiszka, Beth Soll

The Construction Company presents

THE DANCE GALLERY

Dances by Janet Aisawa, Jeffrey Bauer, Mei-Yin Ng, Linda Seifert/Peter Kiszka, Beth Soll

 

On Friday, December 9, 2016 at 8PM, Saturday, December 10, at 8pm, The Construction Company will present dances by five diverse and distinguished New York City choreographers at University Settlement, 184 Eldridge Street (at Rivington Street) in New York City. Admission to the concert is $15 for general admission. For reservations call 212-924-7882.

The Construction Company has been presenting innovative performances in New York City for 45 years.  The December 9, 10, program includes Beth Soll’s Iris, an impressionistic tribute to 20th century Romanian choreographer, Iris Barbura; a deconstructed foxtrot performed by Linda Seifert and Piotr Kiszka; a duet performed by Jeffrey Bauer and Alwyn McCormick to the violin duos of Bela Bartok; The Shadow on the Steps, a dance by Janet Aisawa about a woman who was killed in the atomic blast at Hiroshima; and a work by media artist and dancer Mei-Yin Ng known for her spectacular visual effects.

Lighting is by Emma Rivera

 

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