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Taylor, Joffrey and Arpino: Masters of the 60's Modern & Deliciously Alternative Classics

Taylor, Joffrey and Arpino: Masters of the 60's Modern & Deliciously Alternative Classics

Company:

New York Dance Project & Taylor 2

Location:

92nd Street Y

Dates:

Friday, October 19, 2018 - 12:00pm, 8:00pm
Saturday, October 20, 2018 - 8:00pm

Tickets:

https://www.92y.org/events?start=Oct 19, 2018&end=Oct 20, 2018

Company:
New York Dance Project & Taylor 2

New York Dance Project and Taylor 2 are sharing a program at the 92nd Street Y of early works from the 1960s by Paul Taylor, Robert Joffrey and Gerald Arpino. 

Fridays at Noon: Masters of the 60's Modern 10/19 @12pm
Rarely seen seminal and experimental 1960s dances include excerpts from Paul Taylor's Tracer (1962) and Party Mix (1963) danced by Taylor 2, and from Robert Joffrey's Gamelan (1962) and Gerald Arpino's Viva Vivaldi (1965) danced by the New York Dance Project.

Panel of original dancers, including Joffrey soloist, Trinette Singleton and author historian, Suzanne Carbonneau, moderated by dance historian scholar, Lynn Garafola. Archival film.

$15 in advance / $25, 2-hours prior to performance

Dig Dance: Deliciously Alternative Classics 10/19 & 10/20 @ 8pm 
The 1960s produced dancers walking down buildings and doing the twist, but it also produced classic dances that ripped the field. Several of those will be seen on this ballet and modern dance program, where ballet and modern dances complement each other, including Aureole, 1961, Taylor; the newly revived Gamelan (solo and trio), 1963, Arpino; the newly revived Party Mix, 1963, Taylor; and Viva Vivaldi (excerpts), 1965, Arpino.

$25 in advance / $35 at the door

 

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