Bryn Mawr College presents an open studio lecture and demonstration in conjunction with the ongoing retrospective Trisha Brown: In the New Body. Pennsylvania Ballet dancers join Trisha Brown Dance Company members, and choreographer and former Trisha Brown Dance Company member Stephen Petronio to discuss the unique elements of Brown’s movement in advance of Pennsylvania Ballet’s performance of Brown’s O zlozony/O composite.
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As the artistic consultant to the Roundabout Theatre Company and as a Tony Award-winning producer, Robyn Goodman is widely recognized for discovering and supporting influential artists early in their careers.
Saxophonist, arranger, and composer Tim Ries has worked with many greats, including Stevie Wonder, Rod Stewart, Maynard Ferguson, and Paul Simon.
Philadelphia Dance Projects has grown into an organization focused on presenting performances and workshops to challenge and develop local artists.
Originally commissioned by Mendelssohn Club, for world premiere performances in Philadelphia in April 2014, the Bang on a Can All-Stars will perform Wolfe’s new work as part of the upcoming NY Phil Biennial.
Jock Reynolds has been the Henry J. Heinz II Director of the Yale University Art Gallery since 1998.
Lisa Kraus, Trisha Brown: In the New Body project director and former member of the Trisha Brown Dance Company, offers an inside view into Brown’s dance rehearsals, artistic development, and more.
In its 20th anniversary season, Orchestra 2001 presented An Opera, an Operetta, and a Songbook, a three-part performance of orchestral vocal compositions.
Composer David Ludwig’s works address pressing contemporary issues, be they “political, existential, or simply aesthetic,” he says.
Actress Estelle Parsons has found success on stage, screen, and television, often playing characters who can best be described as fanatical or neurotic.
Choreographer Amanda Miller collaborated with Cheam Shapiro in Takhmao, Cambodia to research the intersection of classical Cambodian dance with her western classical ballet training.
Swedish saxophonist-composer Mats Gustaffson leads the United States debut of Swedish Azz, an all-Swedish ensemble.
Bryn Mawr College Performing Arts Series has been presenting innovative works in the Philadelphia area since 1984, most recently showcasing the work of choreographer Trisha Brown, as well as John Jasperse and Urban Bush Women, and international artists Khmer Arts Ensemble and Compagnie Jant-Bi.