Rennie Harris Puremovement (RHPM), will perform an evening of Harris’ works from the past two decades in Memorial Auditorium on Saturday.
Artistic director of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater (AAADT) since 1989, Judith Jamison embodies an iconic image of American dance history in the second half of the 20th century.
As November gives way to December, Christmas lights begin to dot the streets, Starbucks breaks out its festive red cups and the annual holiday crop of “Nutcracker” productions springs up.
Alonzo King’s LINES Ballet, based in San Francisco, is well known for its jaw-dropping collection of sinewy limbs and impossible virtuosity, offering the ideal vehicle for a choreographer’s every whim and creative impulse.
Then the music starts, and it’s showtime, even during rehearsal. With every step, swivel and swish, the energy and excitement in the room seems to go up a notch, as if everyone had a healthy dosage of caffeine before rehearsal.
California might not have any festive foliage, but autumn is upon us, bringing with it the annual Fall Ball. On Friday, Oct. 22, the seasons will change in Roble Gym from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. for a night of live music, dancing, games and performances, proving that football is not the only kind of fall ball around here.
Named after The Shin’s 2001 debut album, Smuin Ballet’s “Oh, Inverted World” was a world premiere by choreographer Trey McIntyre.
For Stanford students seeking to complete projects in the arts, two major grant-funding sources provide financial support for arts projects, but cannot be used to compensate performers. The restriction presents distinct challenges for students hoping to complete projects in music, dance, theatre and other performing arts, which are popular ventures at the end of spring quarter, when students present senior recitals and other end-of-year performances.