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Chris Ferris & Dancers present "Urban Pastoral" (FREE)

Chris Ferris & Dancers present "Urban Pastoral" (FREE)

Company:

Chris Ferris & Dancers

Location:

Summit Rock, Central Park
Enter at 85th St. (follow path up and to the right as far as it goes) OR enter at 81st St. (north side)
New York, NY 10024

Dates:

Friday, October 8, 2021 - 5:45pm

Tickets:

www.chrisferrisdance.com

Company:
Chris Ferris & Dancers

Urban Pastoral 
Chris Ferris & Dancers
A FREE Outdoor Performance of Dance, Music and Light Sculpture
Friday October 8, 2021 – 5:45PM
Rain Date: Friday October 15, 2021 - 5:45PM
Location: Summit Rock, Central Park, New York, NY (near 83rd St. on the West Side of the Park)

INFORMATION: Visit www.chrisferrisdance.com, email chris@chrisferrisdance.com or call 917-816-7155
REGISTER TO GET UPDATES/info in case of rain

Dance Improvisational Director: Chris Ferris

Light Sculptures by: Warren Kloner

Dancers:
Alli Bradley
Corinna Brown
Christine Coleman
Alexa Guariglia (Oct. 8)
Gainna Lafronza (Oct. 15)
Ali Lane
Cecly Placenti
Rachel Russell
Rachael Venner
Rachel Wyman

Music by
Human Time Machine (Oct. 8)
Brian Shankar Adler: musical director
Caitlin Cawley: soprano percussion
Jeremy Smith: alto percussion
Elizabeth Pupo Walker: tenor percussion
Anna Wray: bass percussion
Also:
Kyle Stalsberg (viola, Oct. 8 & 15)
Sam Day Harmet (mandolin/banjo/clarinet, Oct. 15)
Katie Down: (flutes/frame drum/small percussion, Oct. 15)

 

Chris Ferris & Dancers is back with Urban Pastoral, an outdoor dance with hand held sculptural lights and live music. Urban Pastoral is a dance made in the present tense, partnering with the great outdoors. Urban Pastoral sees 10 unique sculptural lights, 8 dancers, and live music. As the sun sets the audience’s perception is altered as the lights take on a greater presence.

 

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