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STAGE TUBE: Sneak Peek at Hubbard Street Dance Chicago's ONE THOUSAND PIECES

To celebrate its 35th anniversary last year, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago commissioned resident choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo to create the company's first evening-length work. The stunning result, One Thousand Pieces, features music by Philip Glass and was inspired by Marc Chagall's America Windows, a work of art created specifically for the Art Institute of Chicago's Permanent Collection.

This "magnificently beautiful achievement...is a fast-moving, rarely pausing onslaught of silky, gorgeous, often classically pure dance." (Chicago Tribune)
Check out the UMS performance trailer for Hubbard Street Dance Chicago's One Thousand Pieces below!

STAGE TUBE: Sneak Peek at Hubbard Street Dance Chicago's ONE THOUSAND PIECES


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