KARIN STEVENS DANCE
Season #2 in Seattle
old: press release • link to previews by Fremocentrist & Ballard News Tribune • YouTube video
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/
General- $15, Under 25: $12, Under 12: $7.
View our recent press:
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
Fremont Abbey Arts Center
4272 Fremont Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98103
Link to Ballard News Tribune Preview