Dancer Agata Jędrzejczak in “it falls” Improv

Dancer Agata Jędrzejczak in “it falls” Improv

River Seattle presents Giordana Falzone and Agata Jędrzejczak in a modern dance performance.

The work, “to upada”—”it falls” is an improvised, or spontaneously composed, piece that explores collective and personal memory, the places where one thing blurs into the other, and the act of finding encounters or decisions in between the moment of letting go and the landing. We are also using music by the Polish group Sutari as part of the sonic landscape.

There are two performances on March 31st. Giordana and Agata are the first half of the show, the second is a piece by marco ferroni leonardi, another Seattle dancer. The performances are at River in Belltown and there are shows at 4pm and 7:30pm.

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Starts On

March 31, 2024 - 4:00 pm

Ends On

5:30 pm



Event Tags

Arts, Dance, Women