2014 // March

Brooklyn Rider: Adventures in New Music

On Sunday, April 6, Carolina Performing Arts will host one of its regulars: The string quartet Brooklyn Rider is coming to Memorial Hall for the sixth time in as many years, bringing along renowned soprano Dawn Upshaw and, as usual, a truly eclectic program. It brings together a waltz by Johann… Read More >

Peacefulness Comes at a Price: The Story of Songs of the Wanderers

In the upcoming performance by Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan, three tons of golden rice fall steadily on the head of dancer Wang Rong-yu and cascade onto the stage. Rong-yu has been with the company for twenty years, all in the role of the meditating monk, standing mindfully at the edge of… Read More >

Elizabeth Streb: the INDY interview

INDY Week sat down with choreographer Elizabeth Streb when she was last here with her company in 2010. Much of the interview focuses on Streb’s use of technology in her work. Below we’ve highlighted a fantastic quote from her about the connection between STREB and video… Read More >