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Jo Kanamori's Noism 08: NINA materialize sacrifice

The Japanese dancer/choreographer and his company of dancers present the world premiere of a special version of their work for the festival, which blends contemporary dance with ballet.

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WORLD PREMIERE

One of the most talked-about talents on the global contemporary dance scene, Japanese dancer/choreographer Jo Kanamori has established himself as unique, polished, and sophisticated. His company of dancers, Noism 08, presents the world premiere of a special version of this work for the festival - directed and choreographed by Kanamori - which blends contemporary dance with ballet.
 
"Kanamori knows how to make the dozen dancers dance, and, boy, can they."
--The Chicago Tribune

70 Minutes - No intermission

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