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no LIGHT, no LIFE: a multi-media portrait of Vincent Van Gogh

no LIGHT, no LIFE: a multi-media portrait of Vincent Van Gogh

Company:

Covenant Ballet Theatre

Location:

University Settlement, Speyer Hall - New York, Ny

Dates:

Thursday, April 28, 2011 - 8:00pm
Friday, April 29, 2011 - 8:00pm
Saturday, April 30, 2011 - 8:00pm

Tickets:

http://www.smarttix.com/show.aspx?EID=&showCode=NOL1&BundleCode;=&GUID=6810f1df-06b2-40fd-be9b-22b80c08a9b4

Company:
Covenant Ballet Theatre

As the Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh sought to capture the intangible, so, choreographer Marla Hirokawa seeks to capture the spirit of the tormented artist and to celebrate that divine creative capacity in artists that transcends humanity. Hirokawa has partnered with Austrian artist Eva Flatscher in conceptualizing this multi-media project. Flatscher brings her unique LIGHTPAINTING to the stage while the Craig Brann group plays live. Jazz composer, arranger and musician Alan Ferber along with cellist, composer vocalist Jody Redhage have provided the evocative score. Jody and cello will be making a guest appearance each night.

DATE:  April 28, 29 & 30, 2011
TIME: 8:00PM
LOCATION: University Settlement - Speyer Hall
184 Eldrige Street -  New York, NY  10002
TICKETS: 0 - Available though smarttix 

premiering
no LIGHT, no LIFE: a DANCE-LIGHTPAINTING-LIVE MUSIC portrait of Vincent Van Gogh
Concept & Choreography: Marla A. Hirokawa
Co-collaborator & LIGHTPAINTING: Eva Flatscher
Music Composition: Alan Ferber & Jody Redhage
Live Music: The Craig Brann Group
Guest Appearance: Jody Redhage
Dancers: Matthew Westerby & Allison Jay-Baber (4/28, 4/30) - Royce Zackery & Therese Miyoshi Wendler (4/29)

also featuring
CATHEDRALS
Choreography: Marla A. Hirokawa
Music: Johann Sebastian Bach, Passacaglia and Fugue in C Minor
Dancers: Rebeccah Hope Brann, Jessica Higgins, Joseph Tudisco, Therese Miyoshi Wendler, Stephanie Wolf, Royce Zackery

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