16/09/2011 - 17/09/2011
‘Released’ – Waikato contemporary choreographers present a diverse collection of dance works.
‘Take five’, choreography by Karen Barbour, is a work created to complement Dave Brubeck’s well-known jazz music track (first presented
in the season of ‘Simplicity’).
Debbie Bright collaborates with her daughter Hannah (composer) for ‘Sounds like…’ a live interaction between dancers, composer and
digital sound track.
Marie Hermo Jensen’s new choreography, ‘Unravel’, is a journey through loss and the process of grief.
The final new work is ‘Dream states – Dances I’ve never made’ choreographed by Karen Barbour with sound composition by Jeremy |
Mayall. This new contemporary trio dance delves into those fleeting but lucid moments in dreams and the kinds of states we experience
between waking and sleeping.
The Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts
University of Waikato
Gate 2B, Knighton Road
$15 student and concession
Tickets sold at The Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts Box Office
Presented by: Waikato Contemporary Dance Projects Trust
Proudly supported by:
– The University of Waikato’s Cultural Committee
– The Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts
– Hamilton Community Arts Council (Creative Communities Funding Scheme)
More information is on our Waikato Contemporary Dance Projects Trust Facebook page:
Dancers: Karen Barbour, Alex Hitchmough, Claire Gray, Hannah Martin, Sam Flay, Natalie Sangster, Katie Sparrow , Olivia Buchanan, Helene Burgstaller, Kirsty Russell and Emma Goldsworthy
An intimate experience between performers and audience
Review by Brenda Rae Kidd 18th Sep 2011
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