Mar
3
Thu
Land Bridge with Helen Simoneau Danse – Winston-Salem, NC @ Hanesbrands Theatre
Mar 3 @ 7:30 pm – 8:45 pm

LAND BRIDGE investigates heritage and identity, examined abstractly through the lens of caribou. This premiere by Helen Simoneau, a choreographer to “keep an eye on” (Washington Post), features eight performers and an original score by Nathalie Joachim, known for her “unique blend of classical music, hip-hop, electronic programming” (The Wall Street Journal). Join us for an evening of dance by a company that “delights the eye and provokes the mind” (Winston-Salem Journal).

Mar
4
Fri
Land Bridge with Helen Simoneau Danse – Winston-Salem, NC @ Hanesbrands Theatre
Mar 4 @ 7:30 pm – 8:45 pm

LAND BRIDGE investigates heritage and identity, examined abstractly through the lens of caribou. This premiere by Helen Simoneau, a choreographer to “keep an eye on” (Washington Post), features eight performers and an original score by Nathalie Joachim, known for her “unique blend of classical music, hip-hop, electronic programming” (The Wall Street Journal). Join us for an evening of dance by a company that “delights the eye and provokes the mind” (Winston-Salem Journal).

Mar
5
Sat
Land Bridge with Helen Simoneau Danse – Winston-Salem, NC @ Hanesbrands Theatre
Mar 5 @ 7:30 pm – 8:45 pm

LAND BRIDGE investigates heritage and identity, examined abstractly through the lens of caribou. This premiere by Helen Simoneau, a choreographer to “keep an eye on” (Washington Post), features eight performers and an original score by Nathalie Joachim, known for her “unique blend of classical music, hip-hop, electronic programming” (The Wall Street Journal). Join us for an evening of dance by a company that “delights the eye and provokes the mind” (Winston-Salem Journal).

Mar
6
Sun
Land Bridge with Helen Simoneau Danse – Winston-Salem, NC @ Charlotte Ballet Center for Dance
Mar 6 @ 7:30 pm – 8:45 pm

LAND BRIDGE investigates heritage and identity, examined abstractly through the lens of caribou. This premiere by Helen Simoneau, a choreographer to “keep an eye on” (Washington Post), features eight performers and an original score by Nathalie Joachim, known for her “unique blend of classical music, hip-hop, electronic programming” (The Wall Street Journal). Join us for an evening of dance by a company that “delights the eye and provokes the mind” (Winston-Salem Journal).

Oct
6
Thu
Black Mountain College Festival: Land Bridge @ Morris Morgan Theater, LA Building, St. Andrews University
Oct 6 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Black Mountain College Festival: Land Bridge @ Morris Morgan Theater, LA Building, St. Andrews University | Laurinburg | North Carolina | United States

Land Bridge investigates heritage and identity, examined abstractly through the lens of caribou. This premiere by Helen Simoneau, a “choreographer on the rise” (Dance Magazine), features four performers and an original score by Nathalie Joachim, known for her “unique blend of classical music, hip-hop, electronic programming” (The Wall Street Journal), with costume design by Reid & Harriet, and lighting design by Carrie Wood.

Oct
7
Fri
Black Mountain College Festival: Land Bridge @ Morris Morgan Theater, LA Building, St. Andrews University
Oct 7 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Black Mountain College Festival: Land Bridge @ Morris Morgan Theater, LA Building, St. Andrews University | Laurinburg | North Carolina | United States

Land Bridge investigates heritage and identity, examined abstractly through the lens of caribou. This premiere by Helen Simoneau, a “choreographer on the rise” (Dance Magazine), features four performers and an original score by Nathalie Joachim, known for her “unique blend of classical music, hip-hop, electronic programming” (The Wall Street Journal), with costume design by Reid & Harriet, and lighting design by Carrie Wood.

Oct
8
Sat
Black Mountain College Festival: Land Bridge @ Morris Morgan Theater, LA Building, St. Andrews University
Oct 8 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Black Mountain College Festival: Land Bridge @ Morris Morgan Theater, LA Building, St. Andrews University | Laurinburg | North Carolina | United States

Land Bridge investigates heritage and identity, examined abstractly through the lens of caribou. This premiere by Helen Simoneau, a “choreographer on the rise” (Dance Magazine), features four performers and an original score by Nathalie Joachim, known for her “unique blend of classical music, hip-hop, electronic programming” (The Wall Street Journal), with costume design by Reid & Harriet, and lighting design by Carrie Wood.

Oct
14
Fri
Helen Simoneau Danse: Land Bridge @ Gelsey Kirkland Arts Center
Oct 14 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Helen Simoneau Danse: Land Bridge @ Gelsey Kirkland Arts Center | New York | United States

Land Bridge investigates heritage and identity, examined abstractly through the lens of caribou. This premiere by Helen Simoneau, a “choreographer on the rise” (Dance Magazine), features eight performers and an original score by Nathalie Joachim, known for her “unique blend of classical music, hip-hop, electronic programming” (The Wall Street Journal), with costume design by Reid & Harriet, and lighting design by Carrie Wood.

Oct
15
Sat
Helen Simoneau Danse: Land Bridge @ Gelsey Kirkland Arts Center
Oct 15 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Helen Simoneau Danse: Land Bridge @ Gelsey Kirkland Arts Center | New York | United States

Land Bridge investigates heritage and identity, examined abstractly through the lens of caribou. This premiere by Helen Simoneau, a “choreographer on the rise” (Dance Magazine), features eight performers and an original score by Nathalie Joachim, known for her “unique blend of classical music, hip-hop, electronic programming” (The Wall Street Journal), with costume design by Reid & Harriet, and lighting design by Carrie Wood.

May
21
Mon
Meredith Monk and ​Julius Eastman: A New Archaeology @ Zipper Hall at The Colburn School
May 21 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Meredith Monk and ​Julius Eastman:  A New Archaeology @ Zipper Hall at The Colburn School | Los Angeles | California | United States

For the finale concert of Monday Evening Concert‘s 79th season, we offer a pairing of rarely performed works by the American mavericks Meredith Monk and Julius Eastman. Eastman’s Femenine was described by the New York Times as “a longing, tender, grandly unruffled 70-minute masterpiece that takes its place at the pinnacle of the Eastman works that have survived,” and Monk’s storied career as a vocalist, composer, dancer, choreographer and filmmaker has influenced luminaries from Bruce Nauman to Jean-Luc Godard. The towering pianists Ursula Oppens and Gloria Cheng join us to present selections from Monk’s solo and duo piano catalogue. Eastman and Monk, who were colleagues in real life, are reunited in spirit in our season finale.