Alison Cook Beatty Dance presents the World Premiere of "Beat-léro" and an encore performance of "Messages In Time"
Alison Cook Beatty Dance
“Beat-lèro”, is a collaborative work inspired by Ravel’s Boléro.
Michael Feigenbaum and Artistic Director Alison Cook-Beatty teamed up with composer
Stas Fridman and costume designer Ali Taghavi to merge modern dance and street dance together with a contemporary spin on a classic work.
"We used what was around us to create sounds and embraced our natural setting", said Cook-Beatty.
The Company hopes you can join them on December 1st at 8 pm to view this special World Premiere of “Beat-léro” and an interview with guest artist Michael Feigenbaum and Ms. Cook-Beatty about the creation process.
An encore performance of "Messages In Time" will follow the World Premiere. “In Cook-Beatty’s world premiere, Messages in Time, a dancing tale created with violinist Shem Guibbory and dramaturg Anne Catherine de Mare, the stars, etc. do align. The quintet is breathtaking — the company’s tour-de-force.”
– Christine Jowers, Dance Enthusiast
Tickets are $5 and can be found HERE.
Registration is required so we can email you the YouTube link for the pre-recorded performance.
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