REVOLVE Dance Project Presents Second Season

REVOLVE Dance Project Presents Second Season

REVOLVE Dance Project is a collaborative performing arts company based in Providence, Rhode Island. The summer company was born from a desire to explore cross disciplinary partnerships, specifically the intrinsic connection between music and dance. Comprising professional dancers, musicians, and choreographers from across the country, the group gathers for just several weeks to create a program of completely original world premiere works. At the end of this creation process, REVOLVE Dance Project holds a festival-like performance event for a live audience to share the work.

This uniquely time-sensitive approach impels the artists to follow their creative instincts, yielding a final performance that is as exciting for them as it is for the audience. Just coming off of its inaugural season, the artists of REVOLVE Dance Project have created a distinctly familial feeling around their mission to highlight the collaborative nature of music and dance, bringing humanity back to these performing arts.

This Sunday, July 31, RDP brings six world premiere collaborative pieces for its second season to the Jane Pickens Theater, 49 Touro Street, in historic Newport, RI. The show will feature original live music and imaginative choreography in a variety of musical genres and dance styles.

The show will feature violinist Josh Knowles and Juilliard graduates, cellist Daniel Hass and drummer Cameron MacIntosh, who will accompany a pas de deux for dancers Kirsten Evans and Alex Lantz. Folk band, Laden Valley, a local Newport sensation fronted by Evan St. Martin and Dave Sarazen, also join the lineup for an exciting pas de trois of dancers in a piece choreographed by Dara Capley.

Choreography by Boston Conservatory faculty member Kurt Douglas will feature an original electric string score by Josh Knowles. Finally, a jazz quartet, led by composer/drummer Cameron MacIntosh, comprising piano, bass, guitar, and drums, includes both local talent as well as artists hailing from as far as Haiti. The group will perform original music by MacIntosh as well as jazz standards that will accompany RDP newcomer Ruka White’s world premiere, a powerful piece focused on female empowerment.

REVOLVE Dance Project Performances will be this Sunday at 3pm and 6pm.

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