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Invitation to our world premiere "Les Amies" by Natasa Trifan & Chris Poeschl
Natasa Trifan Performance Group
Natasa Trifan Performance Group presents world premiere "Les Amies"
WED, November 5 at 7:00 pm (10 min preview and a PARTY)
THUR, Nov 6 7:30pm (30min)
SAT, Nov 8 7:30pm (30min)
SUN, Nov 9 4:00pm (30min)
Announcing WHITE WAVE's 2014 Fall Festivals - WHITE WAVE DANCE
TICKETS 20 $ in advanced $25 at the door . We are program E: https://2014waverisingseries.eventbrite.com/
Preview shows Wed the Nov the 5th. at 7pm plus party. $ 25 These three single-night previews offer a sampling (10-minute excerpts) of the works of all companies participating in the upcoming week’s performances. Post-performance discussion with the choreographers!! Learn what inspires our young choreographers and what it takes to create a full-length dance production. Followed by drinks, eats, music and an open studio where you can mingle with the dancers and fellow dance enthusiasts! All-new programs every week!
WHAT: Natasa Trifan Performance Group world premiere's “Les Amies” is a dance theater piece based on the relationship of two friends and their stories from on stage and off stage experiences. Natasa Trifan and Christopher Poeschl create an entire world of different characters that they perform with grace, commitment and humor.
WHERE: WHITE WAVE, 25 Jay Street, Suite #100 Brooklyn, NY 11201
A Word from the Artists: I am so excited to invite you to our dance show on November 5th at 7pm! I and Chris Poeschl will be there to celebrate with you our first show together. I wish I could have the right words to describe our time in rehearsals.
"The tremendous pleasure to discover new ways to move our souls and bodies, the inexplicable smiles in front our cute mistakes, and yes the youth of my dance partner that brought in me such a lightness and innocence. I have often asked God how can you bring two different people from different generations, backgrounds, cultures and the answer is our love for Art. Our performance is about this great love for a beautiful gesture of the hands touching the flesh of the eye."
—Excerpt from Natasa's Journal/ New York Summer 2014
Choreography by Christopher Poeschl and Natasa Trifan
Music by Sofia Gubaidulina from Viola Concerto played by Yuri Bashmet, Luz Casal “Un año de amor” and music collage from radio sources
Dancers: Christopher Poeschl and Natasa Trifan
Time: 30 min.
Produced by Natasa Trifan Performance Group