Restless Natives is a six person choreopoem inspired by and in celebration of the 50th anniversary of James Baldwin’s Another Country. In addition to the six performers (both dancers and actors who...
TEXAS PERFORMING ARTS: Rambunctious
Spectrum Dance Theater + Donald Byrd Rambunctious: A Festival of American Composers and Dance with The Aeolus Quartet
Spectrum Dance Theater returns to the McCullough stage, this time to showcase its boundary-pushing style with selections from its major work Rambunctious, set to American string quartet repertoire performed live by the New York-based Aeolus Quartet, who spent two years as the Butler School of Music’s (BSOM) first graduate string-quartet-in-residence. The program will also feature the world premiere of a newly-commissioned quartet piece by BSOM composer Yevgeniy Sharlat.
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Post-Performance Talkback Immediately Following the 11/17 Performance with Donald Byrd, Spectrum Dance Theater Executive Artistic Director The Aeolus Quartet Yevgeniy Sharlat, BSOM Associate Professor of Composition
“Spectrum…showed us again how contemporary dance, especially when paired with great live music, can be one of the most exciting of art forms.” — The Seattle Times
“The Aeolus Quartet is a powerful and thoughtful group of young musicians who are plotting an ascending course…” — Luke Quinton, Austin American-Statesman