[PhiladelphiaDANCE.org Listserv] $15 Tickets to GALA this Friday

Raina Searles raina at fringearts.com
Wed Mar 7 10:18:57 EST 2018

This Friday, artists can use the discount code "artist15" for $15 tickets
to GALA at FringeArts, but tickets are selling fast! Don't miss your chance
to see this one night only performance.

*GALA <http://fringearts.com/event/gala-2/>*

*Jérôme Bel*
*Friday, March 9 at 8pm*
*http://fringearts.com/event/gala-2/ <http://fringearts.com/event/gala-2/>*

Presented in the 2016 Fringe Festival, *GALA* is a spectacle where the act
of dancing, or the act of trying to dance, is celebrated, *GALA* showcases
the desire to dance without complexes.

About twenty dancers take the stage, from professional dancers to first
timers—including children, teenagers, pensioners, people with disabilities.
Interpreting a series of dances across a range of eras, their performances
reveal each person’s desire to move, to strive for joy, perfection, to
transform with unabashed expression. With a simple framework, like an end
of year assembly, audiences become deeply connected to the individuals on
stage, their dance revealing a world of their own imagination.

*This discount can also be used to see Grammy winning vocal
ensemble, Roomful of Teeth
<http://fringearts.com/event/roomful-of-teeth-2/> on Monday, March 19th at

Roomful of Teeth is a GRAMMY-winning vocal project dedicated to reimagining
the expressive potential of the human voice. Through study with masters
from vocal traditions the world over, the eight-voice ensemble continually
expands its vocabulary of singing techniques and, through an ongoing
commissioning process, forges a new repertoire without borders.

Founded in 2009 by Brad Wells, Roomful of Teeth gathers annually at the
Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) in North Adams,
Massachusetts, where they’ve studied with some of the world’s top
performers and teachers in Tuvan throat singing, yodeling, Broadway
belting, Inuit throat singing, Korean *P’ansori,* Georgian singing,
Sardinian *cantu a tenore*, Hindustani music, Persian classical singing and
Death Metal singing. Collaborators include Rinde Eckert, Fred Hersch, Glenn
Kotche, Merrill Garbus (of tUnE-yArDs), William Brittelle, ACME (American
Contemporary Music Ensemble), Nick Zammuto (of The Books), Toby Twining,
ICE (International Contemporary Ensemble), Ted Hearne, Silk Road Ensemble
and Ambrose Akinmusire, among many others.

More information about the Listserv mailing list