Texture Contemporary Ballet
Texture kicks off its seventh season with high energy in Resounding Sound. With two live bands and thrilling new choreography, this is one show you will not want to miss!
Resounding Sound includes a new ballet choreographed by Kelsey Bartman to the music of legendary icon, Bob Dylan. Sacramento-based musicians, Justin Edward Keim and Vincent Randazzo, will be playing renditions of select songs, including “Subterranean Homesick Blues” and “Just Like A Woman.”
Alan Obuzor also brings Pittsburgh-based Meeting of Important People (MOIP) back to the stage to play selections from their latest album, Troika. Come hear MOIP rock the New Hazlett once again as the dancers bring their music to life.
Resounding Sound also features other works from Texture’s extensive repertoire including two pas de deuxs, Lacrimosa and Reminiscence, and the fun trio Ice Ice. A solo piece, Song for Viola, and group work, Allowing at Most, a Caryatid, will also be danced.
Thanks to the generous support of the Buhl Foundation, Northside residents and workers are invited to attend this performance for free. A limited number of tickets are available online, so reserve your seat today.buhl foundation, new hazlett theatre, texture contemporary ballet