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May 28, 2011

oops, too soon

by ashleyandersondances

That last post went out before we saw the SLTrib write-up of the new festival by Kathy Adams.

Read the link below for insights into the size of the festival, the goals of the festival as well as thoughts about the various couples teaching & presenting their work.

http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/entertainment/51876538-81/dance-koester-june-saltdancefest.html.csp

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May 28, 2011

soon in june

by ashleyandersondances

http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/SaltDanceFest/196748103686349

Click the link above to access the SaltDanceFest page on facebook. It has all the details about the workshop, how you can join as a drop-in or how you can attend the performances open to the general public.
SaltDanceFest is billing this concert series as a riveting night with some contemporary masters. I don’t really believe in the word master in relationship to choreography BUT I do believe the line-up sounds like an excellent addition to the summer scene in SLC and I’m excited to see how the festival unfolds. You can get all your tickets through the Kingsbury Hall Box Office (kingtix.org) or at the door. All showings are at the Marriott Center for Dance on the U campus.
Friday June 3 @ 8pm you can check out Chris Aiken & Angie Hauser with the premiere of “Sign of the Sparrow” (co-commissioned by SaltDanceFest). The piece is inspired from the work of Joseph Cornell (if you haven’t checked him out do yourself a favor) $12 general, $8 students, U faculty/staff
Saturday June 4 @8pm you can check out a double bill featuring iconic duo Eiko & Koma (performing Duet) as well Teri & Oliver Steele’s  Still Waters Run. $12 general, $8 students, U faculty/staff
As always if you have reviews of these shows OR want to write about your participation in SaltDanceFest (on whatever level) send them to lovedancemore@gmail.com so they can be blogged, printed in the journal and included in the SL dance archive at large.
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