Free and open to the public. Seats are limited and on a first-come, first-served basis. Please note public health requirements below.
Mini Locally Grown Dance December 2021 will be the first PMA student live-dance performance since March 2020. We are delighted to share that the program has continued to grow and create despite the pandemic.
This program is a reawakening of sorts with both new work and old favorites. The MLGD December 2021 program consists of four pieces. The first is an original collaborative work created by several choreographers working together in the dance composition course.
The second work involves eleven student dancers who will perform excerpts from a 1985 ballet choreographed to Bach’s Solo Cello Suite #1.
The third work involves four graduating seniors who collaborated with their faculty mentor, Byron Suber. This group will perform excerpts from a new piece set to music by minimalist composer David Skidmore.
The fourth work showcases the collaboration of visiting dance faculty, Miles Yeung, and his students.
MLGD December 2021 promises to surprise and, in some ways, comfort both the performers and the audience. We hope to see you there!
Public health requirements:
All attendees who are current Cornell students or employees must show their Cornell ID for admission to the event. Cornell employees attending indoor events must complete the Daily Check prior to attendance.
All attendees who are not current Cornell employees or students (such as alumni, visitors, guests, parents, community members, third party event attendees and others) must provide one of the following: 1) proof of being fully vaccinated for COVID-19 with an FDA- or WHO-authorized vaccine; 2) results of a negative FDA- or DOH-authorized PCR, rapid PCR,or nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) COVID-19 test collected within 72 hours of the event start; or 3) an FDA-authorized antigen test performed on a specimen collected within six hours of the event start.
Compliance with the university's mask mandate will be required for all audience members.Please adhere to Cornell University’s COVID-19 guidelines.
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