November 3, 2002 § Leave a comment

No, not that perfect cheap apartment in the Village, but a quantum leap into the world of dance and science. For the stage of the Cornelia Street Café, only about a thousand times smaller than the Met’s, choreographer and dancer Diann Sichel has created a dance for Melanie Velo-Simpson and Josiah Pearsall, accompanied by singers Wendy Baker and Erik Kroncke. All are Tigers, of the Princeton species.

There will be music by percussionist Chacho Ramirez and flutist and composer Carolyn Steinberg, and poetry of dance by Ellen Goellner. And motion under constraint turns out to be a hot theme in chemistry and biology as well, as Roald Hoffmann, the host of the Entertaining Science series, will describe. The audience may be moved, and not only to ask questions.


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