A captivating celebration of contemporary dance and Baroque-era music, a new work by Sue Schroeder and Amanda K. Miller-Fasshauer with CORE Performance Company featuring an orchestral score including Vivaldi, Purcell, Telemann and Handel, performed live under the Conductor Antoine Plante When: Saturday, March 7 8:00pm Where: Rialto Center for the Arts 80 Forsyth St NW, Atlanta, GA 30303 Tickets: $30 (Students/Artists $15 in advance only) Patron Tickets $60 includes prime seating and a post-performance gathering with the artists Tickets on sale now at rialtocenter.org. Parking: FREE with validation Choreographic collaboration of Amanda K. Miller-Fasshauer and Sue Schroeder. A mash-up of elaborate Baroque music and superb contemporary dance, mirroring the architecture of space, all with a dash of Shakespeare! Experience a seamless journey through time; while day turns to night in an ever-changing landscape, the music of Vivaldi, Telemann, Purcell, Handel and Cavalli comes alive as the dancers of CORE perform with live musical accompaniment under the baton of Conductor Antoine Plante. Schroeder and Miller-Fasshauer create dances that are organic and honest, smart and skilled, rigorous and generous; enjoy the magical connection between dance and music stretched across time and space. Parking: Complimentary validated parking is available for all Rialto Series performances at the Equitable parking deck on the corner of Williams and Fairlie streets. Please bring your parking ticket to the Rialto lobby for validation. Public Transportation: Take the North/South line to the Peachtree Center station. Follow the signs that direct you to Ellis Street and the Atlanta Public Library. Exit at Peachtree Street South. Walk south on Forsyth past the Atlanta-Fulton County Central Library. The Rialto is approximately two blocks down on the right. http://rialto.gsu.edu/visit/ Purchase tickets at rialtocenter.org. CORE thanks Georgia State University’s Rialto Center for the Arts for being a co-sponsor of this performance of a world too wide. Support for this production was provided by the A Place to Perform Fund of The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, the Hilton Atlanta and Marriott Marquis Atlanta.