ON STAGE · DANCE
Simone Dinnerstein and Pam Tanowitz Dance
New Work for Goldberg Variations
Music and dance interact in intimate, unexpected ways in two artists’ interpretation of Bach’s elegant masterpiece.
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“Spontaneous, serendipitous … a rare achievement.” —New York Times
Music and dance interact in an intimate, unexpected ways in two great artists’ collaboration on the Goldberg Variations. Dinnerstein is internationally acclaimed for her interpretation of Bach’s elegant masterpiece, while Tanowitz is known for dance that is distinctly modern, infused with ballet and a playful spirit. In this work, Dinnerstein performs at a concert grand at center stage, around which Tanowitz’s dancers—as if conjured by the music—execute fresh, intricate movement revealing the rich emotional world of Bach’s studies.
Funded in part by the Robert Grinnell Fund for the Hopkins Center.
Fri, Jan 11, 7 to 7:45 pm
Top of the Hop, Free
Choreographer and Dartmouth dance professor John Heginbotham explores the work of Tanowitz and Dinnerstein.
Pam Tanowitz Dance - Master Class
Sat, Jan 12, 12 to 1:30 pm
Register online or by calling 603.646.2422.
Sat, Jan 12
On Stage in The Moore, Free
Pam Tanowitz along with choreographer and Dartmouth dance professor John Heginbotham explore the work of Tanowitz and Dinnerstein.
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“New Goldberg Variations”: photos by Marina Levitskaya