Season 39 at Hubbard Street begins with two highly anticipated world premieres: Alejandro Cerrudo unveils his 15th original work as the company’s Resident Choreographer, alongside Hubbard Street’s debut in choreography by 2013 Guggenheim Fellow Brian Brooks, founding artistic director of Brian Brooks Moving Company. Completing the Fall Series program, Hubbard Street presents two contrasting ensemble works by Czech-born, Holland-based dancemaker Jiří Kylián: Sarabande (1990), for six men and set to J. S. Bach’s second partita for solo violin, with electronically manipulated live vocals and body percussion; and Falling Angels(1989), for a cast of eight women and set to part one of Steve Reich’s landmark phased-percussion composition, Drumming. Hubbard Street’s world premiere by Brian Brooks is commissioned by the Harris Theater and is made possible by the Jay Franke and David Herro Choreographer in Residence Fund through the Imagine campaign.
Hubbard Street's Season 39 Fall Series
Modern / Contemporary