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Margaret Jenkins Dance to Celebrate 40 Years with TIMES BONES, 9/13-14
by BWW News Desk - Aug 16, 2013

Dance master Margaret Jenkins celebrates the 40th anniversary of her company at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center onSeptember 13 and 14 at 8:00pm with the world premiere of Times Bones.

Salon/Sanctuary Concerts to Open 5th Season with THE HEIRS OF TANTALUS, 9/19 & 21
by BWW News Desk - Aug 15, 2013

SALON/SANCTUARY CONCERTS opens its fifth season with the return of 'THE HEIRS OF TANTALUS'.

Spectrum Presents New York Progressive and Experimental Festival, Now thru 7/14
by BWW News Desk - Jul 12, 2013

Spectrum presents NYX II: New York Progressive and Experimental Festival celebrating the historical interaction between the genres of classical Experimental Music and Progressive Rock since their beginning and into the 21st century.

Spectrum Presents New York Progressive and Experimental Festival, 7/12-14
by Devin MacDonald - Jun 26, 2013

Spectrum presents NYX II: New York Progressive and Experimental Festival celebrating the historical interaction between the genres of classical Experimental Music and Progressive Rock since their beginning and into the 21st century.

Roulette Welcomes Rinde Eckert and Ned Rothenberg for FIVE BEASTS Tonight
by BWW News Desk - May 31, 2013

Roulette presents 'Five Beasts' a collaboration between Grammy Award winning performance artist Rinde Eckert and highly acclaimed musician Ned Rothenberg. 'Five Beasts' is a set of human portraits of men and women seen as if by an animal, the language a kind of music or noise, the gestures unaccountable. We are, most of us, lost in a forest of our own design, a welter of unconscious narratives, the pull of our complicated past, an obsessive constructor of futures, howling our troubled allegory of self: this is ourmasquerade-cum-delusion. But the animal informs and teaches us - if we listen. We are absurd and amazed, and sometimes beautiful, in our utter ignorance.

Roulette to Welcome Rinde Eckert and Ned Rothenberg for FIVE BEASTS, 5/31
by BWW News Desk - Apr 26, 2013

Roulette presents "Five Beasts" a collaboration between Grammy Award winning performance artist Rinde Eckert and highly acclaimed musician Ned Rothenberg. "Five Beasts" is a set of human portraits of men and women seen as if by an animal, the language a kind of music or noise, the gestures unaccountable. We are, most of us, lost in a forest of our own design, a welter of unconscious narratives, the pull of our complicated past, an obsessive constructor of futures, howling our troubled allegory of self: this is ourmasquerade-cum-delusion. But the animal informs and teaches us - if we listen. We are absurd and amazed, and sometimes beautiful, in our utter ignorance.

Berkeley Repertory Theatre Will Open Its Season With VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE
by Kelsey Denette - Apr 10, 2013

Today, Berkeley Repertory Theatre revealed the seventh show selected for its upcoming season. The Tony Award-winning nonprofit will begin its 46th year of smart and adventurous shows with Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, the hilarious Broadway hit from three-time Obie Award-winner Christopher Durang. Respected director Richard E.T. White returns to the Bay Area to stage this hugely popular show in September.

Michael Tilson Thomas to Lead San Francisco Symphony in Carnegie Hall Concerts, 3/20-21
by BWW News Desk - Feb 19, 2013

Carnegie Hall presents the San Francisco Symphony under the direction of Music Director Michael Tilson Thomas in two concerts, on Wednesday, March 20 at 8:00 p.m. and Thursday, March 21 at 8:00 p.m. in Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage.

Maya Beiser Brings ELSEWHERE to BAM Next Wave Festival This October
by BWW News Desk - Oct 19, 2012

Cellist Maya Beiser will see the New York premiere of her new production, ELSEWHERE, a "CelloOpera," in four performances from October 17 through 20 at 7:30pm, during the 2012 BAM Next Wave Festival in the inaugural season of the Fishman Space, part of BAM's new Richard B. Fischer Building which opens in September 2012 at 321 Ashland Place in Brooklyn. ELSEWHERE is produced by Beth Morrison Projects.

Maya Beiser Brings ELSEWHERE to BAM Next Wave Festival This October
by BWW News Desk - Oct 16, 2012

Cellist Maya Beiser will see the New York premiere of her new production, ELSEWHERE, a "CelloOpera," in four performances from October 17 through 20 at 7:30pm, during the 2012 BAM Next Wave Festival in the inaugural season of the Fishman Space, part of BAM's new Richard B. Fischer Building which opens in September 2012 at 321 Ashland Place in Brooklyn. ELSEWHERE is produced by Beth Morrison Projects.

Roulette Presents TwoSense, 10/4
by Kelsey Denette - Sep 12, 2012

Roulette presents TwoSense, October 4, 8pm. A highly acclaimed, dynamic piano/cello duo, TwoSense will be performing world premieres by Ryan Brown, Daniel Felsenfeld and Hannah Lash.

Maya Beiser Brings ELSEWHERE to BAM Next Wave Festival This October
by Kelsey Denette - Aug 22, 2012

Cellist Maya Beiser will see the New York premiere of her new production, ELSEWHERE, a "CelloOpera," in four performances from October 17 through 20 at 7:30pm, during the 2012 BAM Next Wave Festival in the inaugural season of the Fishman Space, part of BAM's new Richard B. Fischer Building which opens in September 2012 at 321 Ashland Place in Brooklyn. ELSEWHERE is produced by Beth Morrison Projects.

Dance Center Presents Eclectic Spring Dance
by BWW News Desk - Feb 25, 2012

The Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago's spring season showcases a range of female choreographic voices-the Bay Area's Margaret Jenkins, followed by Chicago's Molly Shanahan, Rachel Damon, Erica Mott, and the collective known as The Space/Movement Project-then concludes with Ballet Hispanico.

Dance Center Presents Light Moves
by BWW News Desk - Feb 9, 2012

The Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago opens its spring 2012 season with the return of the San Francisco Bay Area's Margaret Jenkins Dance Company in the Midwest premiere of Light Moves, Jenkins' most recent collaborative work.

Culture Project Presents 'And God Created Great Whales,' Beginning 2/7
by BWW News Desk - Feb 7, 2012

Now considered a prominent venue for award winning theatre, Culture Project had its humble beginnings in a former piano manufacturing factory on East 91st Street. It then moved to a lumberyard at 45 Bleecker Street which it converted into a two-theater performing arts center with Bombitty of Errors and And God Created Great Whales as its initial attractions. Now Culture Project has officially returned to 45 Bleecker making it its permanent home, and will present And God Created Great Whales, the innovative piece that launched the Culture Project into prominence over a decade ago.

Salon/Sanctuary Concerts Presents LA SERENISSIMA, 1/29
by BWW News Desk - Jan 29, 2012

Critically acclaimed soprano Jessica Gould, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra members harpsichordist Bradley Brookshire and lutenist Daniel Swenberg are joined by The Rose of the Compass Ensemble (Nina Stern, recorders, Ara Dinkjian, oud & Glen Velez, percussion) for a unique performance of the music of West and East in the Venetian Empire.

Culture Project Presents 'And God Created Great Whales,' Beginning 2/7
by Kelsey Denette - Jan 23, 2012

Now considered a prominent venue for award winning theatre, Culture Project had its humble beginnings in a former piano manufacturing factory on East 91st Street. It then moved to a lumberyard at 45 Bleecker Street which it converted into a two-theater performing arts center with Bombitty of Errors and And God Created Great Whales as its initial attractions. Now Culture Project has officially returned to 45 Bleecker making it its permanent home, and will present And God Created Great Whales, the innovative piece that launched the Culture Project into prominence over a decade ago.

Salon/Sanctuary Concerts Presents LA SERENISSIMA, 1/29
by Kelsey Denette - Jan 4, 2012

Critically acclaimed soprano Jessica Gould, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra members harpsichordist Bradley Brookshire and lutenist Daniel Swenberg are joined by The Rose of the Compass Ensemble (Nina Stern, recorders, Ara Dinkjian, oud & Glen Velez, percussion) for a unique performance of the music of West and East in the Venetian Empire.

Dance Center Presents Light Moves
by Gabrielle Sierra - Dec 13, 2011

The Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago opens its spring 2012 season with the return of the San Francisco Bay Area's Margaret Jenkins Dance Company in the Midwest premiere of Light Moves, Jenkins' most recent collaborative work.

Dance Center Presents Eclectic Spring Dance
by Gabrielle Sierra - Nov 28, 2011

The Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago's spring season showcases a range of female choreographic voices-the Bay Area's Margaret Jenkins, followed by Chicago's Molly Shanahan, Rachel Damon, Erica Mott, and the collective known as The Space/Movement Project-then concludes with Ballet Hispanico.

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