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Laura Pawel Dance Company presents "Sunset Beach" and other dances

Laura Pawel Dance Company presents "Sunset Beach" and other dances

Company:

Laura Pawel Dance Company

Location:

Chen Dance Center
70 Mulberry Street 2nd floor
New York, NY 10013

Dates:

Friday, March 16, 2018 - 7:00pm daily through March 17, 2018

Tickets:

www.laurapaweldance.org

Company:
Laura Pawel Dance Company

"There are dances that seem to open a door and welcome you into another world...
Ms. Pawel's company includes members who have performed together since the 1960's.”
— Jennifer Dunning, NY Times


Laura Pawel and her ensemble of dancers and musicians return to the Chen Dance Center with the premiere of "Sunset Beach," named after a section of Vancouver's waterside park where locals and tourists gather at sunset to enjoy the scenery of mountains, sea and sculpture. All dances are performed to live music by the company's longtime composer/musicians collaborations: Barebones (harmonica and guitar) for the premiere, and Phil Stone on electronic keyboard and The Cecilia Coleman Quartet for repertory works on the program.

The Company will repeat last year's premiere "Plain and Fancy" and the 2016 "Comfortable Silence," a duet for Stacey and Laura. Both are set to the jazz sounds of The Cecilia Coleman Quartet - piano, bass, trumpet, and saxophone.

The witty group work "How are you is a greeting, not a question" was created in 2016 to music by keyboard artist/composer Phil Stone.

The program will revive "Tete-a-Tete," a conversation in motion for Stacey and Laura, danced to music composed by Gene Caprioglio and performed by the duo Barebones (Caprioglio on guitar and Dr. 88 on harmonica).

Tickets: $20; $10 for students & seniors

Reservations: 212.349.0438

When: March 16 & 17, 7pm
Where: Chen Dance Center, 70 Mulberry St.
www.laurapaweldance.org

 

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