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Works and Process: Two Interpretations of Music by David Lang

Last year, the Guggenheim’s Works & Process series commissioned two choreographers, Larry Keigwin and Peter Quanz, to each choreograph a piece to Steve Reich’s Double Sextet.  The results were presented side by side at the Guggenheim last September, and provided … Continue reading

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Another Year, Another Wrap-Up

Batsheva Dance Company in Ohad Naharin’s MAX, photo by Gadi Dagon It has been an eventful year for dance, and at times, a sad one.  We lost Merce Cunningham, Pina Bausch, and Michael Jackson, many companies folded or laid off … Continue reading

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Steve Reich Interpreted Through Dance

Ryoji Sasamoto and Ashley Browne with Aaron Carr (standing) in Larry Keigwin’s Sidewalk, Works & Process at the Guggenheim, photo © 2009 Richard Termine When two choreographers create works set to the same music, is it useful to make comparisons?  … Continue reading

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