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Dressed in clunky Timberland boots (size 12), a long sleeve sweatshirt, loose pants and a wool cap, he could be any 20 year old hanging out with his pals. When he walks, it’s almost a lumber. He doesn’t seem to step to a secret beat when he simply has to get from here to there. But on stage, he takes your breath away. The Tap Kid is now the Tap Young Man, sure and confident and out to be his own dancer. both nights, The Hartt School Community Division (HCD) will present an original multi genre production, “HarttWorks,” featuring special guest artist, tap legend and Tony Award winner Savion Glover. Hartt’s award winning Pre Professional Wdancers will perform a selection of classical ballet works, newly commissioned contemporary and jazz pieces, and student compositions. Each evening will conclude with a solo performance by Glover.
Tap Master At The Garde
By Donna Larcen, February 17, 2005
Savion Glover brings his one man show tonight to the Garde Theater in New London. “Classical Savion” features the tap master performing his own choreography to classical music by Stravinsky and Bach, provided by a 10 piece ensemble. Glover’s show ran for a month at the Joyce Theatre in New York. show are $39, $47 and $54. The Garde is at 325 State St., New London. Information: 860 444 7373.
By SHARMA HOWARD,
Special to the Courant and The Hartford Courant, September 1, 2013
Highlights of not to miss dance include modern choreographers Doug Varone and Jessica Lang, two trailblazers of the modern style. DOUG VARONE AND DANCERS : Modern choreographer Doug Varone, a trailblazer of the modern style, will perform Sept. 12 and Sept. 13 at Wesleyan University’s Center for the Arts. A well established choreographer, Varone is known for tackling challenging scores and producing kinetically thrilling work that conveys the richness of the human spirit. Varone will bring to Wesleyan his signature work “Rise,” a dance in which bodies try to take flight, only to be snatched from rising by others.
The beat goes on. The four time Tony Award winning musical “Bring in ‘Da Noise / Bring in ‘Da Funk” continues its run at the Shubert Performing Arts Center, 247 College St., New Haven through Dec. 14. The musical, conceived and directed by George C. Wolfe and choreographed by Savion Glover, uses the rhythms and energies of tap dancing to celebrate the history of the beat, a driving force behind African American culture and life. Derick K. There’s Lovett and His Large Band, which is sort of the Texas equivalent of a big band. This time out, Lovett gives his songs the acoustic trio treatment a real treat, considering the consistent high quality of his songs. Our critics have looked at the schedule for fall and winter and picked out the best of the season. It’s a strong year for exhibits, with the blockbuster Argenteuil show at the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art. R Aretha Franklin crosses over into classical when she performs at The Bushnell in October with the Hartford Symphony. The pop music scene brings Ani DiFranco in October and Wynonna in November.