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Moving Landscapes III: New Choreography
Friday, August 13 at 7:30 pm
CRS Barn Studio
2622 North Triphammer Road, Ithaca
Free: donations accepted

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:     5 August 2010
CONTACT:                Steven Stull, Jeanne Goddard

CHANGE OF DATE for Dance Concert at CRS Barn Studio

The CRS Barn Studio has changed the date of its upcoming dance event, Moving Landscapes III: New Choreography. Originally scheduled for Saturday, August 14, Moving Landscapes III will now take place on FRIDAY, AUGUST 13 at 7:30 pm, at the CRS Barn Studio, 2622 North Triphammer Road in Ithaca.

Moving Landscapes III: New Choreography continues the CRS Barn Studio tradition of bringing innovative dance and music partnerships to Ithaca audiences. Many of the dances shown here are premiers, or works that would not otherwise be seen in this area. This year's event will showcase a variety of new and repertory work by dance artists from around the Finger Lakes. Choreographers and performers include Donna Davenport, Michelle Iklé, and Cadence Whittier from Geneva, and Jeanne Goddard, Lindsay Gilmour, Karen Koyanagi, Lesley Tillotson, and Maren Waldman from Ithaca. Jill Becker, formerly based in Ithaca, will return for a special guest appearance. Baritone Steven Stull and pianist Richard Montgomery will perform with the dancers.

Moving Landscapes III celebrates the wealth of dance talent in central New York, with both outdoor and indoor explorations of space, time, and energy. Choreographed pieces will be framed by an improvisational prologue and epilogue that involve all the evening's performers; the prologue will be performed outdoors in the gardens adjacent to the CRS Barn Studio. A reception following the performance will give audience members a chance to interact with the artists and even offer feedback on dance works in progress. The performance will take place rain or shine. Admission is free, with donations accepted at the door.

Those who attend this concert will enjoy beautiful dancing in a beautiful environment, as images, events, and ideas are captured and communicated through movement. This is a rare opportunity to see choreographic work in all stages of development and to observe the creative process in action, in an informal setting.

For two decades the CRS Barn Studio has offered high quality, audience-friendly music and dance productions both outdoors and indoors at the CRS Growers organic vegetable farm on Triphammer Road. In addition to opera and musical theatre productions, artistic directors Jeanne Goddard and Steven Stull have regularly brought together dancers and musicians from Ithaca, Cortland, Binghamton, Geneva, Syracuse, and beyond, to present concerts of new music and dance in their intimate studio theatre. Audiences return again and again for the relaxed atmosphere, the quality of the performances, and the sensational sunset views of Cayuga Lake.

Steven Stull and Jeanne Goddard founded the CRS Barn Studio performance space in 1990. Both artists have over 25 years' experience performing, writing, directing, and producing music and dance events in traditional and non-traditional venues. Stull holds degrees in vocal performance from Oberlin College Conservatory and the Eastman School of Music, and has collaborated with directors and choreographers on a wide range of projects. Goddard came of age in the avant-garde dance world of the 1970's, trained and performed with Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane and many other choreographers, and has run the dance program at Wells College since 1987.

Moving Landscapes III: New Choreography
FRIDAY, AUGUST 13 at 7:30 pm
Rain or shine
CRS Barn Studio
2622 North Triphammer Road, Ithaca
Free admission - donations accepted at the door.


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