Partner Program: Richard Alston Dance Company

One of the greatest living contemporary choreographers, Richard Alston is revered for his musicality, creating dances of “amazing speed, explosive power and linear grace…that change your breathing while you watch” (The New York Times). This prolific, influential creator brings a program of works never before performed in the U.S., including a new work commissioned by the Virginia Arts Festival and the 2019 Commemoration, American Evolution. Don’t miss this exciting new work!

EVENT DETAIL


Event Type: Programs

Start Date: March 21, 2019

End Date: March 21, 2019

Time: 7:30 PM

Venue: Chrysler Hall

Norfolk, VA


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American Evolution events and programs include a series of extraordinary projects ranging from special exhibitions, documentary film, scholarly works, interpretive centers, and digital applications to reinforce 1619 history, commemoration themes and Virginia’s role in the creation of the United States and its ongoing leadership in education, tourism, and economic development