Haushouse
Feb
18
8:00pm 8:00pm

Haushouse

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Christopher Tignor joins us from NYC for a night of creative music in Brookland, DC. Also featuring DC's Rogue Collective and SixSix.

Christopher Tignor (NYC)
wiresundertension.com
https://christophertignor.bandcamp.com/

Rogue Collective (DC)
http://roguecollectivedc.com/
https://soundcloud.com/rogue-collective

SixSix (DC)
http://www.anthonypirog.com/
https://lukethings.wordpress.com/about/
 

Genre-bending quartet Rogue Collective presents a concert of eclectic new classical works accompanied by collaborative video art. The program will include a percussive, chopstick-wielding performance of "Striking" by Andrew Byrne, two mysterious movements of "Songs the Monsters Sang" by Ryan Chase, the hauntingly beautiful "1655" and "entr'acte" by Pulitzer prize-winning composer Caroline Shaw and the rock-influenced Honey Flyers by Christine Southworth, complete with sounds of buzzing bees.

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rogue collective ACLU Benefit
Feb
16
8:00pm 8:00pm

rogue collective ACLU Benefit

Featuring world premieres of commissioned video art by Orange Grove Dance, Vlad Nabat, and Marta Tiesenga.

Ticket sales will be donated to the ACLU.

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Genre-bending string quartet Rogue Collective presents a concert of eclectic new classical works accompanied by collaborative video art. The program will include a percussive, chopstick-wielding performance of "Striking" by Andrew Byrne, two mysterious movements of "Songs the Monsters Sang" by Ryan Chase, the hauntingly beautiful "1655" and "entr'acte" by Pulitzer prize-winning composer Caroline Shaw and the rock-influenced Honey Flyers by Christine Southworth, complete with sounds of buzzing bees.

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Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts
Feb
3
7:30pm 7:30pm

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts

Tickets $15

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Genre-bending quartet Rogue Collective presents a concert of eclectic new classical works accompanied by collaborative video art. The program will include a percussive, chopstick-wielding performance of "Striking" by Andrew Byrne, two mysterious movements of "Songs the Monsters Sang" by Ryan Chase, the hauntingly beautiful "1655" and "entr'acte" by Pulitzer prize-winning composer Caroline Shaw and the rock-influenced Honey Flyers by Christine Southworth, complete with sounds of buzzing bees.

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4x4: EPHEMERAL ARCHITECTURES
Jan
22
7:30pm 7:30pm

4x4: EPHEMERAL ARCHITECTURES

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What in the world do ballet and juggling have in common? Both are mathematical, architectural, and athletic endeavors based on people tracing pathways in space. Be there as four jugglers and four ballet dancers share a stage in this cross-art-form experience, leaving unseen patterns everywhere, defying the limitations of gravity and inspiring awe in the audience. Directed by world renowned juggler Sean Gandini, and choreographed by Royal Ballet dancer Ludovic Ondiviela, the show features the original composition Suspended opus 69 by Nimrod Borenstein as well as the lighting design talent of Guy Hoars. Accompanying the performance is rogue collective, an innovative DC-based string ensemble.

  • Gandini Juggling was formed in 1992 by Sean Gandini and Kati Ylä-Hokkala.
  • 4x4: Ephemeral Architectures premiered at the 2015 London International Mime Festival at the Royal Opera House, where it received rave reviews.
  • Pop music, Indian dance, and the circus have all been the inspiration for this juggling dance troupe.
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Voices from the Glade
May
7
to May 8

Voices from the Glade

  • Dance Place Cafritz Foundation Theater (map)
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Dance Place - Cafritz Foundation Theater

Saturday, May 7 at 8pm
Sunday, May 8 at 7pm

rogue collective will be teaming up with Glade Dance Collective for an evening of collaborative works at Dance Place. Music includes Valencia by Caroline Shaw, which will feature choreography by Glade and rogue. We will also be performing Nico Muhly's Diacritical Marks as well as our own compositions and improvisations.

 

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Domingues & Kane // rogue collective @ Bossa
Mar
13
9:00pm 9:00pm

Domingues & Kane // rogue collective @ Bossa

rogue collective performs Caroline Shaw and Christine Southworth plus original compositions by members of RC.

Domingues and Kane: Amy Domingues and Dennis Kane mesh the tranquil sounds of a 500 year old stringed instrument with electronics to create an organic blend of technology and musicianship that transcends genre. Their music is built on musical traditions equally ancient and contemporary. Amy Domingues creates hauntingly delicate melodies performed with an electronically treated viola da gamba (a predecessor to the cello), while Dennis Kane constructs rich soundscapes and accompaniments via electronics and keyboards.

No cover

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 MFA Spring Dance Concert - Hauntings and Invoking Justice
Mar
10
7:30pm 7:30pm

MFA Spring Dance Concert - Hauntings and Invoking Justice

  • Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center (map)
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Thursday, March 10th and Friday, March 11th at 7:30pm in the Kogod Theater at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, University of Maryland College Park. 

Hauntings
By Julia Smith

Hauntings is a collection of portraits exploring what it means to live and dance after half a life. Themes of love, beauty, grief and nostalgia emerge as Smith and her fellow artists depict characters wrestling with the complexities of intimate relationships, impermanence and mortality. The dances draw inspiration from the music and poetry of Chopin, Debussy, Charles Trenet, Scriabin, Richter, John Keats, Sylvia Plath, Ted Hughes, W.B Yeats and Robert Lowell.

Invoking Justice
By Curtis Stedge

Invoking Justice is a gritty and macabre cross-cultural survey of magical justice, in our shared mythology, that places the human collective on trial, as it explores the testimony that lies at the very depths of the human soul.

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NACHMO/DC: NACHMO Ordinary Dance Show (ft. rogue collective)
Feb
28
7:00pm 7:00pm

NACHMO/DC: NACHMO Ordinary Dance Show (ft. rogue collective)

The final showcase for NACHMO/DC will introduce you to new favorite dance artists. Enjoy brand new dances – created exclusively during the month of January – from the region’s most exciting local choreographers, including New Street Dance Group and GladeDance Collective.

rogue collective will be partnering with New Street Dance Group to present a fully choreographed version of Caroline Shaw's string quartet Valencia. We'll be dancing too!

Lab Theatre II 

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