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Fire & Ice

WHERE
Velocity Dance Center, 1621 12th Ave, Seattle
WHEN
Friday, November 15, 2013 to Sunday, November 17, 2013
TIME
8pm-10pm

Serendipity Dance Brigade Presents:  "Fire & Ice"

 November 15th, 16th, and 17th at 8pm at Velocity Dance Center's Founders Theatre SEATTLE, WA - Serendipity Dance Brigade presents "FIRE & ICE", an unique evening of living sculptures by textile visionary, Antonia Price, original musical compositions by Eric Eugene Aguilar, Girl Trouble, Birch Pereira, Scott Rixe, Spekulation & Craig van den Bosch AND Modern dance choreography by Kristen Kridelbaugh/Oakland, The BareFoot Collective's Michael Hoover/Tacoma, Karin Stevens/Seattle and Sarah Kathryn Olds/Seattle. 

 Velocity Dance Center will be transformed into a LIVE set installation consisting of two floor-to-ceiling columns of fabric with dancers concealed inside.  Each choreographer has been approached to showcase recent works but will be seen in a different light, some inspired by direct collaboration with the Composer, some inspired by Humanity, Quantum Physics and Islamic Architecture, and others inspired by life itself.  All Composers involved are brilliant in their craft and some have stepped outside of their genres to make hybrid music.  Finally, the dancers in this production are well-rounded and exhibit mastery not only in the Choreographer’s visions, but in their intentions as performers.

Pre-sale Tickets are on sale now!  http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/481592

 Doors Open at 7pm, Show starts at 8pm!

Pre-sale tickets for $25 ends on November 14th or $30 at the door.

Cash, Mastercard, and Visa Accepted.

Artist Discount $10 off

 Event Admission Fee (if any): 15-30

 Event Sponsor: Serendipity Dance Brigade

 Phone Number: (206) 930-7356

 Web Site: http://serendipitydancebrigade.org

 Public Email: SERENDIP.info@gmail.com

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