World in Progress Showing of ‘Two Old Instruments’ at United Reform Church Hall, Summertown, Oxford 20 July


hello All
See below for information about a showing of work in progress on 20th July at URC.  We hope it may appeal to both dance and music audiences, so please do pass it on to any friends and colleagues who might be interested.
You can also find the information with evocative image by Susan Moxley on the BiSS blog here :
http://balletinsmallspaces.wordpress.com/2013/07/10/work-in-progress-showing-two-old-instruments/
Susie
Ballet in Small Spaces presents:

Work in progress showing:  Two old instruments

Saturday 20th July 2013, 6.30pm

United Reformed Church Hall, 294A Banbury Road, Summertown (opposite South Parade and Radio Oxford), Oxford OX2 7HN.

The intimate salon pieces of 18th century composer and viola da gamba virtuoso Carl Friedrich Abel range in character from the exuberant and playful to the wistful and melancholic.  They are the inspiration for a collaboration between viola da gamba player Jonathan Rees and Susie Crow of Ballet in Small Spaces, who have been delving into the music and dance of the period to inform a contemporary interpretation.

Please join us as we show our work in progress, followed by an opportunity for discussion, and to give your feedback, which we would greatly appreciate as we develop this for performance.

Admission: £5
Refreshments available for a donation


Susie Crow

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