The spring's edition of Barnard/Columbia Dances at Miller Theatre features Mark Morris' 1994 Masterwork, The Office, set to Antonín Dvořák's Bagatelles, Opus 47 for two violins, cello, and harmonium. Premieres by Lacina Coulibaly, whose work fuses traditional African dances with contemporary influences, and Brian Reeder, whose ballet choreography "has good taste and good ideas" (The New York Times) are also on the program. Associate Professor of Professional Practice in Dance, Colleen Thomas, completes the program with Catching Her Tears, which explores tension and loss with Christopher Lancaster's original score for solo cello. The concert is performed by Barnard and Columbia students. See a sneak preview HERE.
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