Described as a “pure, buoyant delight for audiences” by the Seattle Times, the Chamber Dance Company celebrates its thirtieth anniversary in October 2021. This year’s concert investigates the empathy, intimacy and confusion that comprise human relationships. The program includes choreography by Camille A. Brown (2010), Joe Goode (2004), Zvi Gotheiner (1992), Shapiro & Smith (1999) and Doug Varone (1988).
Proof of vaccination will be required for entry to this event. Individuals unable to be fully vaccinated, including children under 12 and people with a medical or religious exemption, must have proof of a negative COVID PCR test (taken within 72 hours of the performance). UW staff will check for proof of vaccination and negative COVID PCR tests at the doors as a condition of entry. Additionally, masking is required inside the venue. Eating or drinking will not be permitted inside our venues. Read the ArtsUW's full COVID protocol here: https://artsevents.washington.edu/covid-protocols
Montlake Bridge Closure:
Please be aware that the Montlake Bridge will be closed on Oct 23-24, from Friday at 11 p.m. to Monday at 5 a.m.
The ability to keep modern dance history alive and accessible to audiences here at the University of Washington and throughout the Northwest is only made possible through the financial support of individual donors, both large and small, as well as the College of Arts and Sciences.
Your gift to the Chamber Dance Company Fund will help sustain the Chamber Dance Company in its mission to present, record, and archive choreography of artistic and historical significance. Donations support the re-staging process and maintain CDC’s special collection of over one hundred modern dance treasures. View our directory of the Chamber Dance Collection today.