Concert Report: Atlanta Heart Ballet

I was not able to attend the performance this year, but have gone before. I know this performance was around two hours long and there were three parts performed. The show was a wonderful preoccupation from the more conventional or sentimental feel that expressive dance organizations usually offer. This year’s performance was unique. The ballet was free and contemporary.

The performance Tuplet highlighted movement by Alexander Ekman; Elemental Brubeck, including movement by Lar Lubovitch, and music from the Spelman Glee Club, coordinated by Dr. Kevin Johnson. Conversely, the tuplet/musicality parcel was made out of mouth sound, and percussive body sounds. The last piece was composed for the most part of voice in all parts ( soprano – bass) related to piano drums and different percussive instruments. 

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