This concert has a great deal of variety in movement and music, with an exciting visual component that will appeal to our digitally sophisticated audience.
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) November 13, 2012
Salt Lake Community College’s Dance Company presents EarthWorks, a dance concert to benefit the Utah Food Bank. The concert, which features dancers from the College’s dance department, will be held on November 16 & 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the Grand Theatre. The Grand Theatre is located at the College’s South City Campus at 1575 South State Street in Salt Lake City.
“This concert has a great deal of variety in movement and music, with an exciting visual component that will appeal to our digitally sophisticated audience,” said SLCC Dance Company director Tess Boone. “It is a good example of our commitment to the convergence of multi-media and performing arts here at the College.”
The concert features original choreography from local professionals, Rosie Banchero, Lindy McIlwaine, Ashley Mott, Erica Womack and SLCC dance faculty members. The dances are inspired by the natural world: forces of nature, and the Earth’s elements. The performances are multi-media; projected images and film will be coordinated with live dance. The concert includes a vertical dance on a climbing wall and an aerial silks artist.
Admission is available for $8 or half price with the donation of a non-perishable food item for the Utah Food Bank.
Tickets are available by calling the Grand Theatre box office at: 801-957-3322.
About the College: Salt Lake Community College is an accredited, student-focused, urban college meeting the diverse needs of the Salt Lake community. Home to more than 62,000 students each year, the College is the largest supplier of workforce development programs in the State of Utah. The College is the sole provider of applied technology courses in the Salt Lake area, with 13 sites, an eCampus, and nearly 1,000 continuing education sites located throughout the Salt Lake valley. Personal attention from an excellent faculty is paramount at the College, which maintains a student-to-teacher ratio of less than 20 to 1.
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