"Epoch" by Periapsis Music and Dance
Periapsis Music and Dance
Join Periapsis Music and Dance for a full evening of dance with live music. Our sixth season program features three world premieres from our resident company of dancers and musicians, plus guests from the Periapsis Open Series. Resident choreographer Erin Dillon and composer/artistic director Jonathan Howard Katz have crafted Epoch, a new large-scale work for the ensemble, and we’ve commissioned guest choreographer Janis Brenner and composer Leah Asher to create a trio. Completing the program are works presented through our service programs: a new duet by Wendell Gray II and Anne Leilehua Lanzilotti created during our Emerging Artist Residencies last summer, and three guest performances through the Periapsis Open Series.
EPOCH by choreographer Erin Dillon and composer Jonathan Howard Katz
made possible by a commissioning grant from the O’Donnell-Green Music and Dance Foundation
SHE WAS NOT NEEDING TO BE CHANGING by choreographer Janis Brenner and composer Leah Asher, utilizing text by Gertrude Stein
made possible by funds from the Harkness Foundation for Dance and a commissioning grant from the O’Donnell-Green Music and Dance Foundation; music commissioned by the Charles and Joan Gross Family Foundation
SINKING by choreographer Wendell Gray II and composer Anne Leilehua Lanzilotti
developed during the 2017 Emerging Artists Residencies
PERIAPSIS OPEN SERIES GUESTS:
konverjdans with composers Jim Robertson and Carmen Rothwell (Thursday evening, Saturday matinee)
Rovaco Dance/Rohan Bhargava with composer Fernando Acevedo (Thursday evening; Saturday evening)
Megan Sipe with composer Moira Lo Bianco (Saturday matinee and evening)
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.
Tickets: $30; $20 with student ID
ADVANCE DISCOUNT if purchased by May 8: $24; $15 with student ID
ARTIST DISCOUNT: Use code EPOCH18ART at checkout to receive the same discount as students.
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