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2014 Peabody Dance
Spring Showcase

Featuring guest artists
Diane Coburn Bruning's Chamber Dance Project, dancers & musicians,
in the world premiere of Exit Wounds, and Ms. Bruning's popular pas de deux Berceuse
Karla Wolfangle's restaging of BlueFeet

Plus
Meredith Rainey's new work created for Peabody Dance students and guest dancers
Constance Dinapoli's restagings of Pour Forth and Lobos

Live accompaniment
by Peabody Conservatory's string quartet and cello ensemble with voice
and the Chamber Dance Project string quartet

For general ticketing, call the Peabody Box Office at 410-234-4800
$15 adults, $10 seniors (60+), $5 students with ID

Become a showcase patron!
For patron tickets, call Peabody Dance at 410-234-4626 or email peabodydance@jhu.edu.

$50 ticket includes VIP seating and Saturday post-performance champagne reception with the artists.


Chamber Dance Project, dancers & musicians, redefines contemporary ballet in partnership with live music – sharing both the creative process in the studio and works on stage with timeless resonance. Founded in New York in 2000 by award-winning choreographer and Artistic Director Diane Coburn Bruning, the company brings its powerful and moving repertoire to its new hometown of Washington, D.C. Its first season will be at The Kennedy Center June 26-28, featuring six principal dancers and a stellar string quartet. The program presents two world premieres: a contemporary tango ballet by acclaimed Argentinean choreographer Jorge Amarante in his first work for an American company, and an exhilarating new ensemble work by Bruning. Chamber Dance Project is a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization.



















Photos
Top: Berceuse; choreography by Diane Coburn Bruning
Dancers: Christine Winkler, Jonah Hooper
Photo: Charlie McCullers, courtesy of Atlanta Ballet

Above Left: Exit Wounds; choreography by Diane Coburn Bruning
Dancers: Andile Ndlovu, Luis Torres
Photo: Paul Wegner, courtesy of Chamber Dance Project

Right: Chamber Dance Project string quartet
Musicians: Derek Smith, viola; Lysiane Gravel-Lacombe, violin; Lori Barnet, cello; Claudia Chudacoff, violin
Photo: Paul Wegner, courtesy of Chamber Dance Project
 

 

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