June 18 – 27, 2020
The Michael R. Klein Theatre (formerly The Lansburgh Theatre)
450 7th St NW, Washington, DC 20004
Chamber Dance Project’s seventh Washington season brings together nine dancers from leading ballet companies, our resident string quartet, and guest musical artists in a program that reflects the company’s creative range, powerfully daring dancing, and signature approach to the collaboration of dancers and musicians together onstage.
4 WORLD PREMIERES | 1 DC PREMIERE |2 WEEKENDS | 2 PROGRAMS | 5 CHOREOGRAPHERS | 9 DANCERS | 14 MUSICIANS |
Four world premieres choreographed by Claudia Schreier, who recently premiered a ballet with Dance Theatre of Harlem, Colin Gee, a recent Guggenheim Fellowship recipient, and Diane Coburn Bruning, Founder and Artistic Director of Chamber Dance Project. Company dancer, Cooper Verona, also makes his choreographic debut with In the Silence with a glorious Arvo Part score.
Returning works include the popular Chant with live Gregorian chant and the beautiful and poignant Arranged.
PROGRAM A- June 18 – 20
Clear Hall (World Premiere)
Four Men (World Premiere)
PROGRAM B- June 26, 27 (matinee & evening)
In the Silence (World Premiere)
Sarabande (DC Premiere)
(Bruning & Ndlovu/Gregorian Chant, Byrd)
Don’t forget to join us for our Opening Night Summer Solstice Party. Follow the Mosche Brass Band from the Klein Theatre to Sidney Hartman Hall. Click here for more information and tickets to the party. In the celebration of light, please wear white!
Pre-performance Artist Chats take place 45 minutes before all the Friday and Saturday performances in the theater lobby and are free for all ticket holders.
Chamber Dance Project’s Bring a Child for Free program offers a Saturday matinee ticket for young people up to age 18 accompanied by a paying adult; an all-ages onstage workshop with company dancers and musicians takes place after the matinee performance on June 27th. Phone orders only.
Dancers in rehearsal of with Choreographer Claudia Schreier | Photo by Olivia Lipnick
Francesca Dugarte and Cooper Verona in rehearsal with Claudia Schreier| Photo by Olivia Lipnick
Chant by Diane Coburn Bruning| Eduardo Patino.NYC
Arranged by Diane Coburn Bruning | Eduardo Patina.NYC
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Design by Troy Riemer