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
The Chamber Dance Company's mission is to identify, produce, and archive modern dance works of significance that have rarely been seen by Northwest audiences. Composed primarily of graduate students, CDC is an integral part of the nationally recognized MFA degree at the UW.
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