2014 Fall Concert Series
Have you been to a Cerqua Rivera Dance Theatre concert before? Welcome back!
No? You're in for a treat!
Cerqua Rivera Dance Theatre is a unique collection of professional musicians, dancers, and visual artists creating integrated works that audiences describe as "thrilling," "energized," and "like nothing I've ever seen."
On September 13, 2014, we present our Fall Concert Series - one of two times this year when we perform with our full ensemble of musicians and dancers. This year we offer 2 Saturday Concerts: 5:30 and 8:00 pm. The concerts will present the same program, approx. 60 minutes long.
All audience members are invited to our Wrap Party at Ruth Page Center for the Arts after the concerts, at 9:30 pm.
Questions? Visit cerquarivera.org or call 312-243-9310.
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Cerqua Rivera Dance Theatre fuses new music, original dance, and stunning visual art to explore and celebrate the cultural diversity of contemporary American life.
Our work centers on our core values of cultural diversity, community, collaboration and creative passion. Our vision is artistic celebration that lowers the cultural barriers that too often divide us. Work presented in concert includes original music compositions, created in tandem with original choreography. We select visual art by our late founder, Matt Lamb, to further the conversation of each piece. Concert performances are a mix of music alone and music and dance together, and over the course of a concert we seek to touch on a range of experiences, emotions, and modes.
We also nurture the social component of every performance. We want our audiences to "stay a while" and talk about their impressions and reactions to the art they've seen. We consider it an extension of the concert as the art lives on in the minds, memories, and conversations of the group we gathered together.
Join us on September 13!
Ruth Page Center for the Arts (View)
1016 N. Dearborn St.
Chicago, IL 60610
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|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|