Movement, music and acclaimed choreography come together creating unique expressions of the human experience.
Deep spirituality and an embrace of the rhythms of the African diaspora are hallmarks of Ronald K. Brown’s work. This program has a deep focus on Cuba: Why You Follow is a rousing ensemble piece exploring Afro-Cuban rhythms, while IFE/Heart takes a look at the parallel journey of U.S., Cuban and West African traditions towards love. The two pieces are presented alongside the duet March.
Dance Theatre of Harlem brings a legacy of more than 40 years of creative expression to its every performance. From its creation by Arthur Mitchell in 1969 to its current tenure under Virginia Johnson, the company has grown into a multi-cultural dance organization with an extraordinary legacy of providing opportunities for creative expression and artistic excellence.
ODC/Dance is one of San Francisco’s finest dance companies, merging ballet and modern techniques, while actively collaborating with musicians and artists like Bobby McFerrin, Paul Dresher and Wayne Thiebaud. Boulders and Bones is a landmark work inspired by the creations of visual artist Andy Goldsworthy.