[PhiladelphiaDANCE.org Listserv] "Semi-Composed: Metamorphosis" is TODAY at 6pm and 8pm

Loren Groenendaal lorengroenendaal at gmail.com
Sat Aug 12 10:20:19 EDT 2017

*Semi-Composed: Metamorphosis
<https://www.facebook.com/events/722810894569244/> by Vervet Dance
*SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 2017 at 6 p.m. & 8 p.m. *
* <http://www.performancegarage.org/vervetdance-metamorphosis>*
*The Performance Garage
*1515 Brandywine St, Philadelphia, PA *

*Tickets: **https://www.artful.ly/store/events/12683
*$15 student/artist/senior, $25 general*
*at the door $20/$30*

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Philadelphia-based Vervet Dance <http://www.vervetdance.org/> director Loren
Groenendaal  <http://www.vervetdance.org/more-about-loren-groenendaal.php> and
New York City-based pianist Melinda Faylor
<https://melindafaylor.com/about/> present structured improvisational
compositions from the past decade of their collaboration in *Semi-Composed:
Metamorphosis*. All of the pieces on the program explore the themes of
metamorphosis and change and are partially set and partially improvised.
Also on this concert will be work by special guests NYC composer and
saxophonist Charles Waters <https://charleswaters.bandcamp.com/> with
bassist Luke Stewart <https://lukethings.wordpress.com/about/> and
Philadelphia-based contemporary modern dance artist and University of Arts
Professor Curt Haworth <http://www.uarts.edu/users/chaworth>. Vervet
Dance’s ensemble will be completed by percussionist Julius Masri
<http://www.juliusmasri.com/>, violinist Charlotte Munn-Wood
<https://www.charlotte-munn-wood.com/>, and the Vervet Dancers of Nathan
Dawley, Derek Freeh, Curt Haworth, Celine McBride, Peter Redgrave, Kate
Seethaler, and Margot Electra Steinberg.
Invite your friends: *https://www.facebook.com/events/722810894569244/*

The venue is wheel chair accessible and the show is kid-friendly.

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*For even more detail, the full press release is here:*

>From top to bottom: Postcard design by Antonia Brown with photo by JH
Kertis, by Ruby Goodall, and by Bill Hebert.

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