Utah Valley University’s Synergy Dance Company presents Captivate April 8th at 4:30 pm and 7:30 pm in UVU’s Ragan Theater. Tickets for the general public are $6; students, faculty, and staff $5. Tickets are available at Campus Connection at 801-863-8797.
For one night only, join Synergy Dance Company for a vibrant performance of contemporary dance by students, faculty and guest artists. The evening includes a unique collection of choreography rich with movement that explores reflections of individuality, eclectic and rhythmic moments, and abstraction of human relationships. The performance offers a diverse array of evocative textures and tones.
Of note, guest artist John Corsa created a stark and poignant piece that dissects the visceral and delicate layers of the human condition. Former Doug Varone dancer Daniel Charon demonstrates his compelling choreographic style with a stunning athletic trio. Charon’s work highlights the harsh but beautiful dissonance found in the world of nature.
Dance faculty, Angela Banchero-Kelleher and Amy Markgraf-Jacobson’s will showcase their original choreography, A Sense of Place. This organic and powerful dance is based on a sense of place, architecture, and community at Utah Valley University and was recently performed at the American College Dance Festival.
Captivate will also feature student choreography and dance for camera from Synergy company members as they showcase their multifaceted abilities as artists.
Join UVU’s Synergy Dance Company for a clever, inspired, and physical evening of dance. For more information about Synergy Dance Company contact Amy Markgraf Jacobson at 801-863-6394, email@example.com. For more information on the Department of Dance at UVU, see uvu.edu/dance