Mar 16–Mar 19 2017
One of the first dance companies in the U.S. to perform work by global choreographer Nacho Duato, Hubbard Street pays tribute to its two-decade relationship with the Spanish-born artist by reviving his plaintive, pastoral Jardí Tancat (1983), for three couples and set to Catalan music recorded by vocalist María del Mar Bonet i Verdaguer; and a duet from Multiplicity. Forms of Silence and Emptiness (1999), Duato’s two-act tribute to the composer J. S. Bach. Completing the Spring Series program are Lucas Crandall’s full-company work Imprint (2016), with improvised live percussion by Hubbard Street Dancer David Schultz; and Crystal Pite’s Solo Echo (2012), to music for cello and piano by Johannes Brahms.
Jardi Tancat by Nacho Duato
“Water, we asked for water / and You, oh Lord, You gave us wind / and You turn Your back to us / as though You wi...MORE
Multiplicity. Forms of Silence and Emptiness by Nacho Duato
Hubbard Street’s Season 39 Spring Series celebrating global dancemaker Nacho Duato features the company’s first...MORE
Solo Echo by Crystal Pite
Hubbard Street is honored to be the only U.S. dance company to perform Solo Echo by Crystal Pite, originally create...MORE
Imprint by Lucas Crandall
Rehearsal Director Lucas Crandall, creator of witty and lighthearted Hubbard Street premieres such as Gimme and The...MORE
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