On a cold, dark winter night, join the Northampton Center for the Arts' resident dance company for an evening full of warmth and light.
To celebrate the beginning of their 24th season, this special program includes “When There is a Mountain”, a new work set to music by company composer-in-residence Andrea Kwapien. Inspired by her travels to Southeast Asia, Kwapien’s score shimmers with the sounds of bells, bowls and flute. The concert also features audience favorites “Pur ti miro” with music by Benedetto di Ferrari, as well as Unsquare Dance (music by Dave Brubeck).
As always, a festive dinner reception follows the performance.
All tickets sold at the door: $10 for adults; $5 for children under 10 years.