This is a Groupmuse
A live concert in a living room, backyard, or another intimate space. They're casual and friendly, hosted by community members.
ROUNDCOLLAB presents: Butoh Dancer Mark Galvan & Violinist Michele Walther
Sat, December 9 1:00 PM, PST
- No COVID-19 restrictions
- Bring your own drinks
- Non-alcoholic drinks provided
- Bathroom available
- Kid-friendly event
This performance at Minnesota Street Project is a presentation of music, dance, painting and poetry, held in conjunction with ROUNDCOLLAB's debut exhibition "Embrace" featuring eleven artists from Asia, where their artworks address and embrace the imperfect world we live in.
Michele Walther (Violin and Live Looping) and Mark Galvan (Dance) will perform music by Corelli, Bach, and originals, paired with expressive Japanese Butoh dance theater.
Live looping works like a "one-woman-orchestra", with Michele playing multiple parts at the same time.
Paintings of the art exhibition will become part of the performance.
What's the music?
Mark Galvan, Japanese Butoh dance & Michele Walther, violin and live looping will perform music by Corelli, Bach, and Michele Walther. The performance will feature evocative music and dance with the theme Darkness & Light - the Cycle of Life.
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