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William Forsythe
A Quiet Evening of Dance

October 11–25, 2019
The Shed, New York
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For this fresh configuration of new and existing work, William Forsythe has imagined something akin to an evening of chamber music, designed to be listened to. The intricate phrasing of the dancers’ breath is the primary accompaniment for a distillation of the geometric origins of classical ballet. To attend the event, purchase tickets at theshed.org.

Photo: courtesy the Shed

Photo: courtesy the Shed

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Performance of William Forsythe: A Quiet Evening of Dance at Sadler’s Wells Theater, London, 2018. Photo: Johan Persson, courtesy Sadler’s Wells

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William Forsythe
A Quiet Evening of Dance

October 30–31, 2019
Romaeuropa Festival, Rome
romaeuropa.net

For this fresh configuration of new and existing work, William Forsythe has imagined something akin to an evening of chamber music, designed to be listened to. The intricate phrasing of the dancers’ breath is the primary accompaniment for a distillation of the geometric origins of classical ballet. To attend the event, purchase tickets at romaeuropa.net.

Performance of William Forsythe: A Quiet Evening of Dance at Sadler’s Wells Theater, London, 2018. Photo: Johan Persson, courtesy Sadler’s Wells

William Forsythe, The Fact of Matter, 2009 © William Forsythe. Photo: Liza Voll

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William Forsythe
Eva Respini

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Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston
www.icaboston.org

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William Forsythe, The Fact of Matter, 2009 © William Forsythe. Photo: Liza Voll

Photo: Dorothea Tuch

Performance

William Forsythe
A Quiet Evening of Dance

October 4–6, 2018
Sadler’s Wells, London
sadlerswells.com

For this fresh configuration of new and existing work, William Forsythe has imagined something akin to an evening of chamber music, designed to be listened to. The works range from sparse analytic condensation to baroque-inspired counterpoint. The intricate phrasing of the dancers’ breath is the primary accompaniment for a distillation of the geometric origins of classical ballet. To attend the event, purchase tickets at sadlerswells.com.

Photo: Dorothea Tuch

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