Kim Robards Dance presents the opening of our 33rd Season with the presentation of 2020 Vision. This intimate evening of modern dance masterworks by Artistic Director Kim Robards will feature
Kim Robards Dance presents the opening of our 33rd Season with the presentation of 2020 Vision. This intimate evening of modern dance masterworks by Artistic Director Kim Robards will feature the premiere of her newest work “In The Wake” in response to the COVID pandemic, as well as a retrospective of audience favorites. The evening highlights include live musicians – pianist Chappell Kingsland and cellist Adam Riggs.
This special evening invites our friends and family to witness the power of live modern dance and will be presented on Saturday November 7, 2020 at the historical Denver Turnverein Dance Center located at 1570 N. Clarkson Street in Denver, Colorado 80218. Tickets are $35 for adults which include light food and beverages and $15 for children 12 and younger. Free on-site parking, as well as street parking is available.
CDC guidelines will be followed during this performance inclusive of audience members being required to wear masks; temperature checks at the door; food and beverages will be individually wrapped servings; and seating will be a maximum of four to a table with each table a minimum of 10’ away from other tables.
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This performance is presented as part of the Denver Arts Week(end) events and with partial support by SCFD, National Endowment for the Arts, Bloomberg Philanthropies, Triple B Trust, Colorado Creative Industries, Denver Ballet Guild, Little Theatre Culture Center, Denver Turnverein.
About Kim Robards Dance
Kim Robards Dance (KRD): is a professional modern dance touring company featuring the critically acclaimed choreography of Artistic Director Kim Robards. Now in its 33rd Season, KRD is a multi-generational company whose dancers ages span five decades.
What the Critics Say
“Superior artistry… Robards creates consistently serious-minded, solidly crafted works.”
Kyle MacMillan, The Denver Post
“The dancers breathe the richness of a deep itinerary. The bodies conveyed the music, poetry, and such a dignified path in a world in need for these very values.”
Isabelle Scheibling, Alliance Française
“Robards sketches clear, tight, energetic pieces that make profound use of the body’s visceral power.”
Jennifer Heath, Denver Confluence of the Art
(Saturday) 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm