Posts Tagged ‘Bard’

BEST O’ SUMMER: The Xylopholks, 8/5

Monday, August 3rd, 2009

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OK, this is just a hunch on my part because I’ve never seen them perform, but I’m willing to bet the farm that the Xylopholks will be serving up one of the most unique and downright fun musical events of the summer when play the Berkshire Fringe at 7pm Wednesday, August 5.

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Be Here Now: Lucinda Child’s “Dance” at Bard

Wednesday, July 8th, 2009

Post-modern choreographer Lucinda Childs celebrates the 30th anniversary of her piece, “Dance,” with a revival at Bard College’s Fisher Center in Annandale-on-Hudson.

“Dance” – which opens a four-night stand on Thursday, July 9 – is a coming together of three minimalist giants. Childs’ choreography is not only set to the music of Philip Glass, but is also accompanied by a black & white film by the late Sol LeWitt.

Lucinda Childs' Dance in 1979 (photo by Nathaniel Tileston)

Lucinda Childs' Dance in 1979 (photo by Nathaniel Tileston)

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