Hailed for its graceful, luminous interpretations as well as its flawless precision, the Grammy-winning Parker Quartet features Daniel Chong, violin; Ken Hamao, violin; Jessica Bodner, viola; and Kee-Hyun Kim, cello.
Performing high energy, tightly-knit traditional, neo-traditional and highlife dance music from Ghana, CU’s West African Highlife Ensemble is the first university ensemble in the U.S. to perform highlife music.
Master’s candidate Nicky Shindler fuses contemporary floor work with b-girling to inspire a visual celebration of a woman's authentic self––contemplating how women find, claim and manifest power, vulnerability and complexity.
When a drought creates a terrible water shortage, the government forces citizens to use public toilets regulated by a malevolent company. A hero decides he's had enough and plans a revolution to lead them all to freedom! See the show Nov. 11–14.
Pendulum New Music will present its second concert of the year. Says director and Assistant Professor Annika Socolofsky, “We’re a rowdy bunch that loves to take risks and experience a huge range of musical genres and aesthetics.”