Jazz tango played by Buenos Aires musicians? BodyVox performers dancing to Prokofiev? The entire cycle of Beethoven’s string quartets performed by some of the country’s best quartets?
Two of Oregon’s sturdiest dance institutions, Eugene Ballet Company and BodyVox, have built loyal and enthusiastic followings in their hometowns.
"I've always wanted to be a dancer," says Byron Beck, the 53-year-old Portland blogger and former Willamette Week editor famous for his "Queer Window" column.
Classical pianist Jennifer Wright has found a new instrument—an old piano, stripped to its bare parts, played with everything from shot glasses to wire brushes.
Lasers. Green screens. Wind-wands. Optical illusions. Firewall, the latest work from the ever-theatrical BodyVox, is, the program states, inspired by the hidden technology that shields us from
BodyVox and Chamber Music Northwest musicians paired up for two nights of whimsical, spirited entertainment. The stage at St. Mary’s Academy is on the small side for a dance performance,
If you have negative thoughts about yourself racing through your head, you’re not alone. But you aren’t accomplishing anything except beating yourself down. There isn’t a professional dancer who