ksd: karin stevens dance in fremont

KARIN STEVENS DANCE

March 19–20
Season #2 in Seattle
new: pix • link to preview from The Sunbreak
old: press release • link to previews by Fremocentrist & Ballard News Tribune  • YouTube video

Link to The Sunbreak Preview

Rehearsal shot, March 2010 (photo by Alan Alabastro)

Rehearsal shot, March 2010 (photo by Alan Alabastro)
Rehearsal shot, March 2010 (photo by Alan Alabastro)
Rehearsal shot, March 2010 (photo by Alan Alabastro)
Rehearsal shot, March 2010 (photo by Alan Alabastro)




PRESS RELEASE
(verbatim)

We recommend ticket purchase in advance, but cash and check are accepted at the door.
Doors open at 7.  Show at 7:30.

Buy tickets here:  www.brownpapertickets.com/event/100062
General- $15, Under 25: $12, Under 12: $7. 

View our recent press:
http://fremocentrist.com/

A full evening of 6 new works by Karin Stevens Dance, the resident dance company of the Fremont Abbey
Arts Center, will be performed on March 19th and 20th, 2010, at 7:30pm at the Fremont Abbey Arts Center.

Karin Stevens Dance has been a resident group at the Fremont Abbey Arts Center since the fall of 2008.  “My choice to return to my native city and launch KSD was inspired by the collaborations I did with musicians in the Bay Area and a hope of finding in Seattle a community of artists in the various disciplines to work closely with in collaboration.  My fortunate opportunity in finding a ‘home’ to build KSD at the Fremont Abbey Arts Center has also brought me into contact with other generous-spirited and talented artists who are committed as I am to working in collaboration,” says Stevens of the other musicians and visual artist involved with the March dance concert.

The dance concert will feature a live performance of the Bach 1st Cello Suite in G Major by cellist, Emily Anne Peterson; live performance of three original new works by the Mack Grout Jazz Trio; original music for a work-in-progress from a year long collaborative project with KSD by visual/sound artist, Craig VanDenBosch; original music by electronic composer, Dave Chapaitis; and part 1 of a longer work to Arvo Part’s renowned Tabula Rasa.

March 19th and 20th

7:30pm
Fremont Abbey Arts Center
4272 Fremont Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98103

YouTube Video…of Suite for Cello

Link to Ballard News Tribune Preview
http://www.ballardnewstribune.com/2010/03/04/features/video-it-starts-movement