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February 4, 2022 - February 6, 2022| $15 Get Tickets
Friday, February 4 at 7:30PM
Saturday, February 5 at 7:30PM
Sunday, February 6 at 2:30PM
Reflections: Invited Choreographers Showcase
Reflections is an annual showcase that pairs Shenandoah Conservatory dance students with some of the most invigorating and inventive choreographers in the field. This year’s program features works created and re-staged by a lineup of emerging young guest artists who are exploring a range of unique movement styles.
Choreography by Tiffanie Carson
In this piece, ShenCo Phoenix will rise from the ashes demonstrating their individual and collective resiliency.
“It has been my absolute pleasure mentoring and guiding this group of eleven uniquely special individuals in their journey to produce this concert. I am immensely proud of their work and I hope you will enjoy this ensemble work featuring the Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Arts dance class of 2022.” – Tiffanie Carson
City in the Sky
Choreography by Lauren Carnesi
City in the Sky is a contemporary modern work based on the His Dark Materials book series by Philip Pullman. The work focuses on world building and creating a dark and ethereal atmosphere.
Choreography by Roderick George
Evil Twin is a creation that plays with the deconstruction of human and machine behavior. It is also a hip-hop vernacular exchange entwined with ballet and contemporary rigor. The music causes an abrupt reaction, yet the humorous gestures and classical lines fill the room with fun. Dancers of different shapes and sizes, clad in gray sportswear, show the neutralness of humanity to this electronic unconventional dance. Evil Twin premiered in the summer of 2013 at Springboard Dans Montreal and was recreated in a virtual performance with the Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre in June 2021.
Choreography by Natasha Davis
Rejoice is an invigorating performance of an Afro-Jazz dance that integrates the essence of traditional African movement and contemporary Jazz styles.
New This Year: Digital Programs!
Shenandoah Conservatory is launching digital programs for the 2021/22 season! We’re always looking for ways to improve your audience experience and provide more ways to connect with our students, faculty and guest artists from around the world. The digital program is best viewed on your mobile or tablet device.
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Food & Drink
Concessions will be available for purchase beginning one hour prior to this performance.
This production contains theatrical haze and a strobe-type effect. Contact the Box Office for more details.
Infrared hearing system headsets are available in Ohrstrom-Bryant Theatre only. Accommodations for disabilities may be arranged by contacting the Box Office at least three days prior to the performance.
Photos by Fotos by Franco