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March 26 , 2004

EMotion: MHC Spring Student Dance Concert

Allow yourself to be transformed by an evening of student choreographic premieres, motion inspired by emotion. The program includes 11 pieces of original choreography by Mount Holyoke students, performed by 26 dancers from the Five Colleges. One of the works, “Tenebrae,” choreography by Mora Cantlin ’05 and Marlena Hubley ‘06, was honored at the 2004 New England American College Dance Festival Association. Other pieces being presented include Kara Johnson’s contemporary solo set to “St. Louis Blues,” a duet by Angelique Rivera ’06 and Taela Brooks inspired by the rhythms of Haitian Vodou drumming, a jazzy hip-hop number by Kate Jubinville ’05, and a balletic quartet choreographed by Kathleen Long ’04 entitled “I Can’t Help Myself.” Works by Abigail Daane ’04, Loren Robertson ’06, Felisa Ver ’06, Abigail Watson ’05, Jessica Wright ’06, and Helen Yetter ’07 complete the evening.

Reservations are recommended and may be made at dance-reservations@mtholyoke.edu or by calling 538-2848. Tickets are $5 for general admission and $3 for students and seniors.

 

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