Dance Concert a Range of Choreography Styles
Smith senior dance majors in action.
Six senior dance majors will
present choreographed works in a variety of movement vocabularies,
from neo-classical ballets en pointe to contact duets and
everything in between during the annual Senior Dance Concert,
titled “Happenings,” with performances April
12 through 14, at 8 p.m. in Hallie Flanagan Studio Theatre.
Admission is $9 general, $5
The program will includes a
duet exploring the grieving process, choreographed by Angelica
Falcinelli and accompanied by violinist Nicole Glotzer; a
solo in contemporary ballet that plays with geometry and
space, choreographed and performed by Eliza Kalm; a solo
of high-energy dance fusion choreographed and performed by
Melissa King; a performance piece mixing dance and video
that highlights injustice in North Korea, created by In Kyung
Lee; two dances choreographed by Danielle Pite, including
a solo en pointe embodying a bird trapped in cage, and a
group choreography inspired by principles of quantum mechanics.
Lucia Young will present a dance exploring closeness and
boundaries between people and objects expressed through a
highly physical contact duet.
The Senior Dance Concert is
always a popular event; reservations are recommended. Call
413-585-1234 or check online, www.smith.edu/smitharts/. General
Admission is $9 and student/senior prices are $5.