For their upcoming presentation, Lovett + More, the Bruce Wood Dance Project will introduce their Acting Artistic Director Kimi Nikaidoh. Nikaidoh, a veteran of and founding member of BWDP, has chosen to open Lovett with Bruce Wood’s 1998 work, Being. It will be performed to Bach’s Concerto for Two Violins in D Minor. In contrast, their second piece will have a 21 violin section. The Dallas Chamber Symphony will be joining the ensemble for an 18-minute piece set to the seductive Tango music of Astor Piazzolla. The large scale production combining contemporary modern dance with a live 36-piece chamber symphony orchestra will be a first for the region. The program will end with Bruce Wood’s most requested works – Lovett. You’ll love it too if you win this Big Deal, tickets to the Sept. 13 performance at Dallas City Performance Hall.
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