Mobius @Judson : 8x8 Choreographers/Composers
Mobius is excited to announce that we will be presenting an evening-length program of new composer/choreographer collaborative works at Judson Memorial Church in New York City, featuring local and New York based artists as well as Mobius Artists past and present. The concert will be followed by a brief Q&A.
Suggested Donation: $20 / $15 for students
Featuring new works by the following pairs of choreographers and composers:
Sara June/Max Lord
Nathan Andary/Jane Wang
Yuka Takahashi/Justin Earl Kipp
Jimena Bermejo-Black/Anthony Green
Liz Roncka/Matthew Azevedo
Jen Hicks/Luis Mojica
Matilda Sakamoto/David Zuckerman
Julieta Valero/Sila Shaman
Leigh Atwell (dancer)
Chris Brokaw (guitar)
Melanie Hedlund (performer)
Carolyn Lewenberg (sculptor)
Lynda Senisi (dancer)
Vanessa Vargas (dancer)
Mobius, the non-profit Boston-based experimental artists group, in honor of its 40th anniversary, is pleased to announce Mobius @Judson, an evening of eight new experimental works by eight diverse pairs of choreographers and composers from New York and Boston including seven Mobius Artists past and present at the Judson Memorial Church, the original home of the eponymous Judson Dance Theater.
Two of the pairs, Sara June and Max Lord, whose collaborations include a commissioned performance to accompany the internationally acclaimed Hiroshima Panels, and Nathan Andary and Jane Wang, whose collaborative piece was just featured at the 2017 International Dance Day Festival in Lebanon, have long-standing artistic partnerships. Several of the pairs were blindmatched specifically for this concert including Skowhegan alumnus/LMCC Finalist David Louis Zuckerman with Julliard graduate and Gaga Summer Course alumna Matilda Sakamoto, Brindlebeast composer Sila Shaman, originally from Turkey, with Bessie Schoenberg Memorial Fellow Julieta Valero from Venezuela and multidisciplinary Mobius Artist Jimena Bermejo-Black with Castle of Our Skins Composer-in-Residence Anthony Green.
“Julieta and I wanted to let you know that we were finally able to meet and get going on our collaboration today. It seems that you have made a splendid match and we are artistically very compatible. We will see where the process takes us but it looks like it will be a fun one.” - Sila Shaman
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