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CWRU Dept of Dance presents fall concert "Spectrum"

The Department of Dance at Case Western Reserve University opens the 2022-2023 season with "Spectrum", which features "Brink" by contemporary NY-based choreographer Janice Rosario and the return of the popularly acclaimed "Les Noces" by Pascal Rioult. Artistic Director Gary Galbraith with collaborators Mike Martens, CWRU Professor of Physics, and Jared Bendis, Creative New Media Officer for CWRU's Freedman Center, presents a new technology-infused multi-media and multi-channel sound dance work using new state-of-the art technology, supported in part by his Expanding Horizons Initiative Grant (EHI). Rounding out the program will be the return of Karen Potter's poignant "Ubi Sunt".

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