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René Romero Schuler says
Jolere is a multi-movement work for modern dance with original music for strings and voice based on evocative visual art work. Award-winning composer Lee Kesselman and emerging choreographer Joanna Lees will explore emotional and structural content inspired by the paintings and sculptures of prolific fine artist René Romero Schuler. Performed by Minneapolis Dance Company Alternative Motion Project (AMP), Jolere will consist of five musicians, five dancers, and five vignettes that will grow into an arcing story out of the visual and conceptual components of Schuler's work, exploring
ideas related to a woman’s identity in modern society. This nearly two-year process will culminate in performances March 27-29, 2015 at The Lab Theater in Minneapolis, MN as part of AMP's 4th Season.
Jolere is the work resulting from the collaboration by three artists of different mediums (dance, music, and fine arts); each artist will reach beyond their secluded art forms to create an intimate, stunning and powerful piece that will resonate with audiences by bringing art to life visually, audibly, and kinesthetically.
To support this project, visit project-464394624. For more information on the artists involved, visit,, and
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By: René Romero Schuler

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