Monthly Archives: January 2011

Well Played Indeed: Brattle Street Chamber Players

January 2, 2011

Good humor and great musicianship carried the night at the Brattle Street Chamber Players’ fall concert in Paine Hall. Nobody tripped even on the most difficult of passages, but most strikingly, the players visibly and audibly kept in close communication with each other and with the audience throughout the performance. The opening “jig” movement...

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No Turning Back

January 2, 2011

In the midst of November’s Harvard-Yale excitement, the women and men of Mainly Jazz and Taps presented an entertaining collaboration of dance forms with their show “No Turning Back.” Though showcasing a wide array of styles and skills, both groups left much promising room for technical and artistic growth. Despite some unevenness of technique...

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Traces Of…

January 2, 2011

From the thought-provoking title, “Traces of…” to the bold experimental movement and improvisation, the Harvard Radcliffe Modern Dance Company left much of the interpretation up to the audience at its show this past weekend. At the Harvard Dance Center on Saturday, December 4th, performers, choreographers, and technical artists all put forth a comprehensive display...

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