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Rambunctious 2.0: A festival of music and dance…continued
Feb 18 2016
RAMBUNCTIOUS 2.0: A Festival of Music and Dance…Continued, the opening show of Spectrum’s 2015/16 Season #RACEish, includes four world premiere dances focusing on Black American composers. Music will be performed live by Seattle based Simple Measures and Judith Cohen. Music selections include original compositions by T.J. Anderson, an elder statesman among black composers whose work will form the nucleus of the programming, the award-winning multi-talented Wynton Marsalis, and cutting edge composer/performer/media artist Pamela Z.
RAMBUNCTIOUS 2.0: A Festival of Music and Dance…Continued is part of Spectrum’s Black History Month Dance Festival: Making the Invisible Visible, a two week exploration of the unacknowledged contributions African American’s have made to America’s artistic landscape. Includes panel led discussions as part of the Dismantling Racism series, a pre-show talk (opening night only), and post-show talks.
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