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

September 9
8:42 2013

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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