Calendar of Events
Friday, February 06, 2015
08:00 pm - 09:30 pm
Pre-performance talk by DanceLink Fellow Chloe Jones '15 on Friday, February 6, 2015 at 7:30pm in CFA Hall.
"Dine/Dance/Discover" on Friday, February 6, 2015 at 5:30pm in Fayerweather Dance and Theater Studios--add $20 to your regular ticket price.
"The evening rose to the highest form of art, propelled by a choreographer operating at her creative peak."
Montreal's Compagnie Marie Chouinard returns to Wesleyan with the New England premiere of "Gymnopedies" (2013), created around the theme of the duet set to music by French composer and pianist Erik Satie; and the Connecticut premiere of "Henri Michaux: Mouvements" (2005-2011), featuring texts and visually arresting projected India-ink drawings from the book "Mouvements" by Belgian-born poet, writer, and painter Henri Michaux, and electroacoustic music by Canadian composer Louis Dufort.
Performance contains nudity and adult content.
A Breaking Ground Dance Series event presented by the Dance Department and the Center for the Arts. This event is also part of the Performing Arts Series.
CFA Theater, 271 Washington Terrace
Friday, February 27, 2015
08:00 pm - 09:30 pm
Pre-performance talk by Wesleyan graduate student Maho Ishiguro and Ari Palawi, Program Coordinator, Syiah Kuala University's Center for the Arts, at 7:30pm
"Dine/Dance/Discover" at 5:30pm in Fayerweather Dance and Theater Studios--add $20 to your regular ticket price.
"Tari Aceh! (Celebrate Aceh!)" at the Connecticut premiere of this group of nine female performers from Aceh, Indonesia on their first-ever tour of the United States. Their dances, inherited from their ancestors, are stunning in their synchronicity. They include rhythmic body percussion and the singing of both Islamic liturgical and folk texts, accompanied by percussion. The dancers are between the ages of 14 and 24, and study at Syiah Kuala University on the northernmost tip of Sumatra, Indonesia.
A Breaking Ground Dance Series event presented by the Dance Department and the Center for the Arts. Presented in association with the Asia Society, New York. This event is also part of the Performing Arts Series, as well as "Muslim Women's Voices at Wesleyan."
Crowell Concert Hall, 50 Wyllys Avenue