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Winter Dance Concert

Saturday, December 12 - Sunday, December 13, 7:00 PM
Greenwood Performance Stage
This event is open to the public.

The Reed College Dance Department presents the 2015 Winter Dance Concert, featuring student-created choreography as well as pieces developed in dance courses throughout the semester. This year's winter concert will be held in Greenwood Performance Stage on Saturday, December 12 and Sunday, December 13 at 7 pm.

Professor Minh Tran's advanced contemporary technique course focuses on various elements of choreography. This semester's students have explored these concepts through a series of independently choreographed duets and solos. The concert culminates in an ensemble piece featuring Minh's innovative choreography set to an original music composition by Courtney Von Drehle '83.

Additionally, the Winter Dance Concert presents two pieces choreographed by the Reed Dance Troupe, a student organized extra-curricular dance group. These two pieces are completely choreographed, designed, and performed by student dancers. Dance Troupe members meet for several hours each week throughout the semester to bring together their creative vision for the Winter Dance Concert.

As a member of the Reed community, we invite you to reserve your ticket at a discounted rate (50% off) using the promo code KERMIT2015. In order to receive this discounted rate, tickets must be purchased in advance with the code provided. The code will expire on Saturday at noon.

The Winter 2015 Dance Concert is made possible with support by the Reed College Dance Department, the Weitkamp Fund, and the Wolfe Fund.

Tickets: $3 Reed community, $5 seniors and non-Reed students, $7 adults
Purchase online at http://reed.ticketleap.com/winterdance2015/

For more information, visit:
http://www.reed.edu/dance/events/.
Submitted by MacKenzie Schuller.
Posted on Nov 19, 2015

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