Monday, May 5, 2014

Tribute to Isadora Duncan at historic Green-Wood Cemetery, May 31

Isadora Duncan
(photo by P. Aresu)
A tribute to American dance pioneer and legend Isadora Duncan will be held on Saturday, May 31 (5pm) outdoors at Brooklyn's historic Green-Wood Cemetery.

Hosted by the Green-Wood Historic Fund, this special event features a performance by Catherine Gallant and her troupe, Catherine Gallant/DANCE, of some of Duncan’s most memorable works--"the mournful Grande Marche (1914) set to the music of Schubert, as well as late-period dances evoking sorrow, hope, and rebirth set to Chopin. The performance will conclude with dances of exuberance and light."

Meet inside Green-Wood's main gate (25th Street at 5th Avenue, Brooklyn).

Via Subway: From the Atlantic/ Barclays Center stop in Brooklyn, take the R train to 25th (Service on the R train between Manhattan and Brooklyn is suspended until October 2014.) Walk east one block to Green-Wood at 5th Avenue and 25th Street. Free parking is available.

Admission: $30 ($25 for members of the Green-Wood Historic Fund and the Brooklyn Historical Society).  Reservations are recommended.  To make a reservation or for more information, click here or call 718-210-3080. For Inclement Weather policy, click here.

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