In conjunction with the Center-funded exhibition and performance series action is primary, Pew Fellow and choreographer Meg Foley hosts two dinner parties. Part performance, part discussion, and part party, these events invite attendees to discuss the project’s improvisational practice with core collaborators Meg Foley, Kristel Baldoz, Marysia Stokłosa, and Annie Wilson.
The first dinner party will be held on March 17 at 5:30 p.m. at W/N W/N Coffee Bar, and will be hosted by curator and writer Michèle Steinwald. The second event will be held on a yet-to-be-determined date during the exhibition.
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Founded in 2002 by two composers, Chamber Music Now provided the Philadelphia community with original concert productions.
LIVE REMIX is a three-part event guest curated by Tom Sellar, including a discussion with director Ivo van Hove, part of a series of programming related to the Center-funded performance of Ivo van Hove’s work After the Rehearsal/Persona.
The New York Times covered a playwriting boot camp led by Paula Vogel in New York City, which followed a 2011 Philadelphia boot camp she led with Center support.
Blanka Zizka, Wilma Theater’s Artistic Director, on risk in theater-making.
The final article in the American Impresario series features Claire Chase of the International Contemporary Ensemble, which has been described by the New York Times as “one of the most adventurous and accomplished groups in new music.”
SoMoS, the culmination of Merián Soto’s ambitious Branch Dance series, encouraged audiences to participate in meditative movement with the dancers.
Winner of two Walter W. Naumburg Awards, soprano Lucy Shelton enjoys an international career bringing her dramatic vocalism and interpretive skills to repertoire of all periods.
Jaamil Kosoko created and rehearsed An Expectation of Violence, a dance that delved into the intricacies of personal and public violenc
Toni Shapiro-Phim is a cultural anthropologist with a specialization in the arts of Southeast Asia.
The Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts produced a series of programs of contemporary American music performed by the American Composers Orchestra.
Relâche is a new music ensemble whose unique sound includes flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, bassoon, piano, percussion, viola, and bass.
Elephant Room creators Dennis Diamond, Louie Magic, and Daryl Hannah were profiled in the Washington Post after the Center-supported project traveled to Washington, D.C.