Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Second Saturdays Starts April 9 2011

The fourth season debuts this Saturday, April 9!

Sharing dance, light and music together in a truly unique jazz-lounge/performance-gallery atmosphere, each second Saturday of the month (April-August) features a evening open to the public of ongoing improvisational performances and live multimedia experimentations from the company and special guests.

APRIL 9: [in the motion of light]

Brent Luebbert, Second Saturdays
photo by Cassie Kay Photography

The Pillow Project's evening-length jazz study of defining color and light through emotional tone and physicality


* Spontaneous music compositions of resident Music Director, PJ Roduta, joined by local jazz artist Charles Hall (8pm - 10pm)

* Two complete performances of "Pieces of the Moon": The company's 'physical-jazz cover' of Pink Floyd's Darkside of the Moon (10pm & midnight)

* [luminography]: the live creation of computerless video projection effects of light with dance by resident artist Mike Cooper (performing sporadically throughout the evening)

Bre Short and Taylor Knight
Photo by Abby Gleason

doors open

8pm - midnight


$10 suggested donation at the door

The Space Upstairs

214 N. Lexington St.

Pittsburgh/Point Breeze, 15208

entrance side of Construction Junction across from Thomas Blvd


*Help us reduce our environmental impact by bringing your own small glass jar

to use and/or donate for complimentary refreshments!


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