Choreographed by Daniel Gwirtzman with music by Dominic Woosey, Volcano, a dynamic dance for twelve, finds inspiration from the increasing intersection of technology in our lives. The work suggests both the primal, through its ritualistic rhythmic unison, and the futuristic, set to a driving electronic score. Volcano presents an abstract world that is both pre-lanugage and potentially post, a world in which stylized movement is the sole mode of communication. Highly virtuosic and challenging, the dance percolates and pops, living up to its explosive name. Daniel Gwirtzman--producer, director, educator, filmmaker and dancer--celebrates twenty years as a choreographer and company director. He’s received praise for a diverse repertory known for its humor, stylistic versatility, and musicality. The NY Times: “Gwirtzman does know that in dance less can be more.” The New Yorker: a choreographer of “high spirits and skill.” www.gwirtzmandance.org

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Event: Capezio A.C.E. Award Competition 2015
Category: General
Keywords: contemporary, modern
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