(92) Sara Mearns and Jodi Melnick at the Guggenheim

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This week we bring you an episode we recorded at New York City’s Guggenheim museum in January.  We wanted to catch up with New York City Ballet Principal Dancer, Sara Mearns, and Jodi Melnick, contemporary choreographer to hear about their Works and Process at the Guggenheim that they were putting together.  We chatted with the pair quickly between rehearsals, so we could offer our listeners a preview of this work “One of Sixty-Five Thousand Gestures/ NEW BODIES” that will be going to the  Spoleto Festival in Charelston, South Carolina June 7-10.  For more information about the festival and performances running May 25-June 10th, visit Spoletousa.org.  To get tickets to see Sara and Jodi, search “NEW BODIES” on the Spoleto website, or click here.

 

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