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I fall, I flow, I melt

I fall, I flow, I meltBenjamin Millepied’s work I fall, I flow, I melt returns to the stage in February 2020. Presented at our newly renovated DTLA performance space with expanded theater seating, I fall, I flow, I melt is the culmination of Millepied’s intensive explorations into the depth and complexity of some of Johann Sebastian Bach’s most celebrated music.

This will be the second time I fall, I flow, I melt is performed in Los Angeles. This production includes new costumes designed by Alessandro Sartori of Zegna @alessandrosartoriofficial, as well as a new lighting design. We are pleased to welcome back violinist Etienne Gara @ze_violinist, Founder, Music & Artistic Director for L.A.’s Delirium Musicum, who will accompany an ensemble of twelve dancers. Gara will perform Bach’s Partita for Violin No. 2 in D minor.

Opening night for I fall, I flow, I melt is Wednesday, February 19th 2020, and the performances run through Saturday, February 29th. On Sunday February 23rd there will be a special family friendly matinee at noon, and an early evening performance at 5pm. All other shows begin at 8pm.

Performances are located at L.A. Dance Project: 2245 E. Washington Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90021.

I fall, I flow, I melt
Dance by @benjaminmillepied
In collaboration with L.A. Dance Project
In Honor of Richard D. Colburn

Presenter / Producer: L.A. Dance Project

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Dance > Contemporary Dance

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L.A. Dance project
2245 E Washington Ave
Los Angeles CA 90021

LA - Central / Downtown

Performance Dates: 2/20/2020 - 2/29/2020
Thursday, 02/20/2020
Friday, 02/21/2020
Saturday, 02/22/2020
Sunday, 02/23/2020
Wednesday, 02/26/2020
Thursday, 02/27/2020
Friday, 02/28/2020
Saturday, 02/29/2020

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