The Mary Sano Studio of Duncan Dancing presents:
The 20th Annual Dionysian Festival:
Celebrating the 140th Anniversary of Isadora Duncan’s Birth
Mary Sano and her Duncan Dancers
Benjamin Akeala Belew ….. Neo Classical Piano
Megan Nicely ….. Dance
Tony Chapman …… Contemporary Piano
Marcy Risque …. Dance
All That Bad ….. Music Trio (Harp, Trumpet, Upright Bass)
Aisla …… Visual Art/Painting
Date/Time: Saturday, May 27 at 8:00 p.m. and Sunday, May 28 at 5:00 p.m.
Place: Mary Sano Studio of Duncan Dancing,
245 5th St., Studio 314 (at Tehama between Howard and Folsom)
Ticket: $20 in advance, $25 at the door
Reservations: (415) 357-1817, E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mary Sano Studio of Duncan Dancing presents the twentieth annual Dionysian Festival, celebrating the 140th anniversary of Isadora Duncan’s birth. This progenitor of modern dance was born in San Francisco on May 26, 1877. Mary Sano, one of the foremost interpreters of the Duncan legacy, will perform original Duncan repertoire to the music of Chopin and Schubert with her group.
Both returning neo classical pianist Benjamin Akeala Belew and singer/songwriter Tony Chapman will perform their original songs as well as playing and premiering new work with Mary Sano and her Duncan Dancers.
Painter Aisla and dancer/choreographer Megan Nicely are both returning to this year’s festival as well. Ms. Sano and Aisla are collaborating on a new piece based on the theme of Isadora Duncan in nature.
We are please to announce new participants to this year’s festival: music trio All That Bad and dancer/choreographer Marcy Risque. Ms. Risque will perform her solo work and All That Bad will perform their original compositions. The group features Amelia Romano on electric harp, with Matt Ebisuzaki on trumpet and Tim Renner on upright bass.