Dance

2017 Apr 29

22nd Annual Harvard Powwow

1:00pm to 5:30pm

Location: 

Radcliffe Quad (Outside. Cross streets are Garden St. & Shepard St.)

Presented by: Harvard University Native American Program
Admission: Free and open to the public
More information

A powwow is a gathering of native people who come together to meet and dance, sing, socialize, and honor their cultures. Our powwow is open to the public and coincides with with Harvard's ARTS FIRST celebration.

2017 Apr 20

Catalogue (First Edition)

6:30pm to 8:30pm

Location: 

Harvard Dance Center, 66 Garden Street, Cambridge

Presented by: Harvard University Committee on the Arts

Catalogue (First Edition)
Choreography by William Forsythe
featuring Christopher Roman and Jill Johnson, dancers

Eventbrite - Catalogue (First Edition)
This performance is free and open to the public but pre-registration is required to reserve your seat. Reserved seats are guaranteed up until 15 minutes prior to the performance, after which they will be released to the general public. Please click on the Reserve button above.

7:15pm: Panel discussion following the performance featuring Harvard faculty and the performers at Harvard Dance Center, 66 Garden Street. 

2017 Apr 09

The Harvard Dance Project in: FIVE PIECES

3:00pm to 4:00pm

Location: 

Farkas Hall, 10-12 Holyoke Street, Cambridge, MA

Please join us on April 6-9, 2017, for FIVE PIECES, a mixed program of works by some of the most influential choreographers of our time, plus a new work by The Harvard Dance Project student dancers.

2017 Apr 06

The Harvard Dance Project in: FIVE PIECES

Thu - Sat, Apr 6 to Apr 8, 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Location: 

Farkas Hall, 10-12 Holyoke Street, Cambridge, MA

Please join us on April 6-9, 2017, for FIVE PIECES, a mixed program of works by some of the most influential choreographers of our time, plus a new work by The Harvard Dance Project student dancers. See press release

The Harvard Dance Project in FIVE PIECES, April 6-9, 2017 from harvarddance on Vimeo.

Embodied practice 

Okwui OkpokwasiliOkwui Okpokwasili considers herself a "performance maker" rather than a dancer. Her work combines dance, music and spoken word, and will be the subject of a conversation on March 6 and a master class on March 7. 

By Samantha Neville '19

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