Repertoire

JUNE 2019

NEW WORK PREMIERE

Choreography: Annabelle Lopez Ochoa
Music: Schubert String Quartet No 14 (“Death and the Maiden”)
Dancers: 3 men, 2 women

ARRANGED

Choreography: Diane Coburn Bruning
Music: Arvo Pärt
Dancers: 3 women
Deep-red petals, lace veils, and a row of chairs create an arresting ambiance against which a starkly beautiful female trio plays out.

BERCEUSE

Choreography: Diane Coburn Bruning
Music: Benjamin Godard
Dancers: 1 woman, 1 man
A lushly romantic duet marked by a sensuous, stylized interplay of patterns.

CHANT

Choreography: Diane Coburn Bruning and Andile Ndlovu
Music: Gregorian Chant and early polyphony arranged by Michael McCarthy
Dancers: 4 women, 3 men
This powerful ensemble work reaches across traditions of ritual, faith, and community and the timeless music in which they are rooted.

EXIT WOUNDS

Choreography: Diane Coburn Bruning
Music: Phillip Glass
Dancers: 2 men
A compelling male duet marked by fierce athleticism and lyrical sweep explores the landscape of memory and loss.

JUNE 2019

EXTREMELY CLOSE

Choreography: Alejandro Cerrudo
Music: Phillip Glass
Dancers: 1 woman, 1 man

FESTIVAL

Choreography: Victor Adebusola
Music: Mosche Brass Band
Dancers: 3 women, 3 men
The music and the energy of the city’s streets are captured in a freewheeling mix of dance styles.

JOURNEY

Choreography: Diane Coburn Bruning
Music: Samuel Barber
Dancers: 1 woman, 1 man
A pas de deux explores the facets of a relationship with a stunning emotional intimacy.

JUNE 2019

PRUFROCK

Concept and direction Diane Coburn Bruning and Matt Torney
Choreography: Diane Coburn Bruning
Text: T. S. Eliot’s “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock”

RUE NOIR

Choreography: Jennifer Archibald
Music: Mosche Brass Band 
Dancers: 3 women, 3 men
The allure of New Orleans underscores this excursion into a world that comes alive after dark.

SONGS BY COLE

Choreography: Diane Coburn Bruning
Music: Cole Porter songs with jazz trio
Dancers: 3 women, 4 men
The wit, romance, and sophistication of Cole Porter’s music sparks a stylish collaboration between dancers and jazz musicians.

SUR

Choreography: Jorge Amarante
Music: 
Dancers:
This tango-infused ballet to the music of Astor Piazzolla draws on the passionate glamour of Argentina’s most famous dance.

TIME HAS COME

Choreography: Diane Coburn Bruning
Music: Scarlatti, Mozart, Telemann
Dancers: 3 women, 3 men
The buoyant elegance of Baroque-era music finds its reflection in a joyful ensemble work.

WILD SWANS

Choreography:  Darrell Grand Moultrie
Music: Chia Patiño
Dancers: 3 women, 3 men
Inspired by a poem by Edna St. Vincent Millay and set to a commissioned score, this ensemble work explores the beauty, freedom, and power of flight.

BOOKING CHAMBER DANCE PROJECT, dancers & musicians

For booking information, contact Production Manager Kyle Grant at 202.499.2297 or kyle@chamberdance.org