York Dances: 'Fleur de Sel'
Mar 27, 2014 to Mar 28, 2014
York Dances: Fleur de Sel features original works choreographed by upper-year students in York University's BFA program in Dance, performed by emerging artists in the undergraduate program. Dance Professor Carol Anderson is the course director.
Fleur de sel, the French term for hand-harvested salts from the sea, is commonly referred to as sea salt. These salts are produced by the evaporation of seawater. NaCl, the sea salt formula, refers to the remaining chemicals once the water has vanished.
The dances in this show have something in common with fleur de sel. They are a distillation and product of a process of playing, creating and altering movement, spanning a variety of choreographic concepts. The individually crafted dances born of this approach present a wide range of unique movement and dance themes. What remains are our creations.
Fleur de Sel is made up of two programs, running consecutively on both evenings:
Program A: Fleur series - 7 to 8:30pm
Program B: De Sel Series - 8:30 to 10pm
Admission: $12 per series
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|Location:||McLean Performance Studio, 244 Accolade East Building, York University, 4700 Keele St.|
|Sponsor:||Department of Dance, Faculty of Fine Arts|