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Last chance! Dance semester wraps up with The Last Concert

Photo courtesy of Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts.

November 15, 2002

ASU’s Herberger College of Fine Arts Department of Dance presents The Last Concert, the final performance of this semester. Part of our Scholarship Series, all proceeds from this concert go toward funding and awarding scholarship money to undergraduate and graduate students.

WHAT: The Last Concert, a modern dance concert of seven energetic and engaging pieces choreographed and performed by a mix of faculty, undergraduate and graduate students. Varieties of style range from traditional Irish step dancing, to a father-son modern dance collaboration, to a solo work that examines the panic of isolation.

The Last Concert also includes a piece choreographed by guest artist Brent Schneider, assistant professor of dance at University of Utah. Schneider set a work on ASU students during his residency in October. The piece is entitled, “Nine Women Who May or May Not…” and is described as a fun, light-hearted, full-bodied athletic work.

WHEN: Tuesday, December 10, 2002, at 7:30 p.m.

WHERE: Dance Theatre, PE East 132, 551 E. Orange St. on the ASU campus in Tempe.

COST: $10 general, $5 students.

 480-965-6447 for tickets or more information.

The Department of Dance is nationally ranked in the top 10 by Dance Teacher Now magazine. Its graduate program is ranked 5th and its undergraduate program is ranked 9th. The ARCO Performance Arts College Guide calls the department one of the “most highly recommended programs” in the country.

Media Contact:
Megan Krause