2014 Fall Concert Series
** TICKETS FOR BOTH SHOW WILL BE AVAILABLE SATURDAY NIGHT.
Tickets will be available at the Ruth Page Box Office starting at 4:30 pm on Saturday, September 13.
All tickets will be $30, general admission. **
** QUESTIONS? Text 312-243-9310 **
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 presented by 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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Among the pieces performed on September 13 will be 4 new works.
1) In the Depths of the Sensuous, choreography by Associate Artistic Director Raphaelle Ziemba, which was selected to perform at Core Project Chicago's Going Dutch on June 27.
2) An as-yet-untitled piece which explores how we deal with tragedy and pain without religion or spirituality, choreography by Raphaelle Ziemba and composition by Cerqua Rivera Dance Theatre co-founder Joe Cerqua.
3) E/last/ic P/ash, a new duet with choreography by Marc Macaranas and composition by Joe Cerqua. Inspired by the thrill of meeting someone for the first time, the dance describes the waves of fluctuating excitement and intrigue that go hand-in-hand with the prospect of new connections. The movement, while derived from a classic jazz dance idiom, is recontextualized in a flirty, furtive voice of its own.
4) In Recuertos, Artistic Director Wilfredo Rivera explores and revisits songs that were part of his childhood growing up in Honduras in tribute to his parents, who are still active and talented musicians today.
Ruth Page Center for the Arts (View)
1016 N. Dearborn St.
Chicago, IL 60610
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