FLOCK presents World Premiere at Kaufmann Concert Hall, 92nd Street Y
Choreographic duo FLOCK presents an evening exploring the joy, struggle, and wonder of deep connection with another being. Familiar traces FLOCK’s evolution, emphasizing the comfort of trusting each other and the bravery to quest beyond what we know. This is a journey of discovery and asks us to consider what we need to move forward and what we can leave behind.
CHOREOGRAPHED and DANCED by
FLOCK - Alice Klock and Florian Lochner
Michael Wall and Wolff Bergen
LIGHTING DESIGN by
COSTUME DESIGN by
MELETA BUCKSTAFF and FLOCK
*Performance also available for streaming for 72 hours beginning at noon the day following the live event.
In 2017 Klock and Lochner founded FLOCK a co-choreography dance company. As FLOCK, Florian and Alice co-create and perform their own work, teach as a team, and produce shows in the US and Germany in which FLOCK expands to include an international group of artists and collaborators. Alongside their self produced work they have choreographed for numerous institutions including Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Ballet Arkansas, the Alonzo King LINES Ballet BFA, the Goethe Institut, Adaptations Dance Theater on Maui, and the USC Glorya Kaufman/Hubbard Street Summer Intensive. Their philosophy is to create work that is dynamic, vibrant, and based on joy.
Kaufmann Concert Hall is where audiences witnessed iconic artists including Martha Graham, Alvin Ailey, Jose Limon and Pearl Primus push boundaries, on this historic stage, audiences experienced the evolution of an art form.
Join us as we return to this stage and provide a platform for modern-day pioneers to take risks, to remove boundaries and to transport us into the future of dance.
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Photo Credit: Lindsay Thomas
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