Camille A. Brown & Brandee Younger at the 38th annual BRIC Celebrates Brooklyn! Festival
Camille A. Brown & Brandee Younger
CAMILLE A. BROWN & DANCERS: BLACK GIRL: LINGUISTIC PLAY | BRANDEE YOUNGER
The propulsive, explosively intelligent choreographer Camille A. Brown creates work that is both viscerally and intellectually exciting. Her evening-length piece Black Girl: Linguistic Play explores black female identity through a series of dances “so elastic, so intricate that the sense of cadence and rhythm is as visual an experience as it is an aural one” (The New York Times). The evening begins with a set by the remarkable Brandee Younger, “a harpist of rare prominence in jazz, building on an African-American legacy largely defined by Dorothy Ashby and Alice Coltrane” (The New York Times).
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