Wednesday, May 30, 2012

The "Celebration of Preservation" Project

Luminarium's 2012 Season is officially off and running! On May 5th, the company presented its repertoire piece What seems so is transition (live) in the Hatch Presenting Series at the Jennifer Muller/The Works center in NYC. But this past Sunday (May 27, 2012) marked the company's first local performance of the season...and it couldn't have gone better!

Take a peak at the photos above, then view some footage of the dancing below...

The day was perfect. The dancers performed in beautiful, sunny weather to an ever-expanding crowd of all ages. The people we met and the connections we each made were just as integral to the day's experiences as presenting the work itself.

"Celebration of Preservation" Project.
Choreographed by Merli V. Guerra
Performed by Amyko Ishizaki,
Amy Mastrangelo, and Matt Johnson.

Many thanks to Jan Turnquist and the staff of the Orchard House for allowing us to be a part of their festivities, and for making our stay so inviting.

This project was funded with a grant from the Concord Cultural Council.