Bon Iver & TU Dance
Sun / Aug 5, 2018 - 7:00PM
It’s the West Coast premiere of "Come Through"* - a very special collaboration between textural indie-rock titans and the edgy dance company.
- Bon Iver
- TU Dance
- William Brittelle, composer
- Wye Oak
- Metropolis Ensemble
- Andrew Cyr, conductor
- KCRW DJ Chris Douridas, host
About this Performance
In the West Coast premiere of this unprecedented collaboration, Bon Iver and the electrifying contemporary dance company TU Dance come together with choreography by Uri Sands and new music by Justin Vernon. Bon Iver’s “rustic chamber pop with an experimental edge” (Pitchfork) and “hyper-modern balladeering” (The Guardian) has garnered Grammy® Awards and significant international acclaim, and Saint Paul, Minnesota’s nine-member TU Dance navigates complex themes of social change, drawing together modern dance and classical ballet with African-based and urban vernacular movements. Opening the evening will be Wye Oak and New York City-based Metropolis Ensemble performing William Brittelle’s Spiritual America, a series of electro-acoustic orchestral art songs exploring issues of secular spirituality in American culture.
*TU Dance and Bon Iver: "Come Through" was commissioned by The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra's Liquid Music Series for its April 2018 world premiere.
Somm Sunday, 5–7pm
Get to the Bowl early for a complimentary wine tasting in the Plaza Marketplace featuring some of California’s hottest vintners, hand-selected by the James Beard Award–winning director of our wine program, Caroline Styne.
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