Music and movement come together in this offering from the highly regarded South Korean Ambiguous Dance Company for one performance only. Utilizing Verizon Hall’s Fred J. Cooper Memorial Organ, this world premiere effort from choreographer Boram Kim and dancer Jang Kyeong-min explores “individual rhythm and the freedom of expression” through “the universal language of dance.” The company blends dance, theater, storytelling and cultural customs in unique and surprising ways, creating a one-of-a-kind performance that’s not to be missed. Organist Ahreum Han will be on hand to supply live music.
|Venue name:||Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts||Contact:|
300 Broad St
|Cross street:||at Spruce St|