The Twin Cities' Own Zenon Dance Company Celebrates 30 Years
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The last date listed for Zenon Dance Company was Sunday November 25, 2012 / 7:00pm (Classic Zenon Repertory).
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The Singers might be one of the most modestly named choral ensembles in the country. Equipped with voices finer than any man-made instrument, The Singers have captured the ears -- and hearts -- of music lovers in the first decade of their existence. To celebrate their 10th anniversary, the chorus now presents Shining Night, a spectacular concert at the Cowles Center. Be swept away by Morten Lauridsen's Les Chansons des Roses and Benjamin Britten's Five Flower Songs and revel in the beauty of John Tavener's Funeral Ikos. To round out this varied and exhilarating program, The Singers will once again dip into the rich trove of American folk songs and spirituals. Experience why this talented group has called "easily one of the best choral ensembles in America." Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
- Check out Zenon Dance Company's <a target="_blank" href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=He6R_cH968s&feature=player_embedded">promo video</a> on YouTube.
Weekend 1 — November 16-18, 2012: Repertory by New Generation Choreographers
Hotel Tango (para Sharon), by Mariusz Olszewski (world premiere)
Hello, My Name is Catherine, by Netta Yerushalmy (world premiere)
Storm, by Daniel Charon (Best Dance Performance of the Past 12
Months, 2012, —City Pages)
Structures of Feeling, by luciana achugar (“one of Zenon's more unforgettable
artistic collaborations to date,” —Star Tribune)
Weekend 2 — November 23-25, 2012: Classic Zenon Repertory
Hotel Tango (para Sharon), by Mariusz Olszewski (a soon-to-be classic)
Blessing of the Earth, (2004) by Wynn Fricke (“The dancers performed with
a crushing intensity as their articulate bodies seized in contracted or arched
positions mid-air.” —Star Tribune)
corrosion, (2006) by Johannes Wieland (“a finely detailed, ever-shifting
collection of visual shapes,” —mnartists.org)
Elegant Echoes, (2007) by Danny Buraczeski (a “Jelly Roll Morton-inspired
smooth jazz romp” —City Pages)