The Art of Exchange: Music and Dance Collaborative Concert

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Adults: $15 / Students: $10 (plus ticket processing fees)
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The Art of Exchange: Music and Dance Collaborative Concert 
February 11 and 12, 7:30 pm | February 13, 2pm
Q&A following the February 12 performance
Singletary Center for the Arts

The Art of Exchange: Music and Dance Collaborative Concert presented by the UK Department of Theatre and Dance and the School of Music, features live music and dance performed by University of Kentucky students. The concert is full of variety, ranging from big-band, baroque, choral, electronic and percussion music and everything from modern, jazz, hip-hop and classical dance styles.

Throughout the years the School of Music and Department of Theatre and Dance have loved working together to share our creations with audiences. In the past, there have been extraordinary collaborations ranging from percussion performance for Theatre productions, a Trombone and Dance Concert, dance choreography presented for Opera Theatre and Choral ensembles as well as our musical theatre certificate. We look forward to highlighting these collaborations in one concert.  This concert fosters a deeper relationship between music and dance faculty and students and provides a magical performance experience for the audience.

PROGRAM:

I Want You Back
Choreographer: Diana Evans Pulliam
Musicians: acoUstiKats and Paws and Listen led by Beth Wilson

Cascade
Choreographer: Laura Neese
Musicians: Brass and Strings students led by Jason Dovel and Tze Ying Wu

The Spirit of Africa
Choreographer: Natasha Davis
Musicians: Percussion Ensemble led by Jim Campbell

Sing Sang Sung
Choreographer: Susie Thiel
Musicians: Jazz students led by Raleigh Dailey

Break
Choreographer: Theresa Bautista
Music by Timothy Moyers
Musicians: Timothy Moyers and Aaron Hynds

In accordance with University of Kentucky COVID mitigation policies, all audience members are required to wear a mask over their nose and mouth at all times while attending this performance to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Thank you for your cooperation.

Created 08/30/2021
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Last Updated 01/31/2022