Week #5: Double-Edge Dance
Double-Edge Dance, co-founded by choreographer Kora Radella and composer Ross Feller, celebrates 25 years with new work. Love Cry, with textile art by Rebecca Cross, taps into the transformative powers of Cleveland-born saxophonist Albert Ayler’s music. Sequinza, a solo performed by Calder White, mixes voguing with new music by Feller. Reckoning navigates close encounters with an intense drama between Radella and theatre artist Chris Seibert.
Performed by Kora Radella, Ross Feller, Calder White, and Chris Seibert
About Double-Edge Dance
Double-Edge Dance is a contemporary dance and music company co-founded in 1993 by choreographer/dancer Kora Radella and composer/saxophonist Ross Feller. Double-Edge Dance’s work has been performed in cities including Amsterdam, Barcelona, Basel, Berlin, Brussels, Chicago, Cleveland, Columbus, Zurich, and in NYC at Roulette and 100 Grand. Double-Edge Dance creates composed as well as improvised works based on juxtaposing raw and full-bodied movement, and sounds with delicate and hard-edged precision.
Main image credit: Robert Banks