A professional choreographer and dancer with a rĂ©sumĂ© 20 years long, Julie Brette Adams offers a special performance this Friday across the galleries of the New Mexico Museum of Art. â€śWhen modern dance is taken off the proscenium stage there is an opportunity for the audience and the dancer to experience deeper connection and intimacy,â€ť Adams tells SFR. The modern dance performer explains the special program consists of three parts: Untitled, a butoh-inspired dance involving two large paper sculptures; Falling Out of Love, a blues lament set to the music of songstress Mary Gauthier; and Double Bach, â€śa joyful celebration of the moods and textures expressed in Bachâ€™s music.â€ť Adams says both the setting and its concrete floors present a challenge, but sheâ€™s looking forward â€śto dancing in a totally fresh setting, where a new audience may share my passion and feel inspired by my work.â€ť (EL)
The Power of Dance: 5:30 and 6:30 pm Friday, Oct. 25. Free. NMMA, 107 W Palace Ave., 476-5072
An exotic evening of live music and belly dance performances.
Get down with a revolving list of the best of local DJ's including Paul Feathericci, Xavier Contreras and John Luna.
The final stop of the international included London, Madrid and Sydney spans mid-sixteenth through 19th century insights into the visual culture and history of Spain. Through March 9, 2014.