Maureen Fleming at The Institute of Contemporary Art / Boston

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Friday, April 21, 8:00 pm
Saturday, April 22, 8:00 pm
25 Harbor Shore Drive, Boston, 02210
$40 Reserved Seating, $36 World Music/CRASHarts members

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In lyrical, sculptural transcendence, Maureen Fleming invents surreal movement poetry, curving her body into shapes of shattering beauty. Fleming’s new multimedia creation, B. Madonna, features text by David Henry Hwang and music by Philip Glass (performed live by pianist Bruce Brubaker), original accordion music by Guy Klucevsek, and taiko drumming by Kaoru Watanabe. This beautiful multimedia meditation on miracles juxtaposes Fleming’s new and repertory work with 3D video projections designed by longtime collaborator Christopher Odo.

“Fleming . . . seemed to transcend the material world and enter a realm of pure spirit . . . a wondrous choreographic metamorphosis.”—The New York Times

This performance contains nudity.

Free preperformance talks with Boston Dance Alliance Executive Director Debra Cash 30 minutes prior to curtain in the ICA lobby.
Free postperformance Q&A with the artist Friday, April 21.

Friday, April 14, 10am, Williams Hall at NEC: "Piano Music and Movement: collaborating with choreographers"
Bruce Brubaker, Chair of New England Conservatory Piano Department, will be hosting a piano seminar and discussing his onstage collaborations with 3 movement artists who utilize music by Philip Glass, in advance of his performances with Maureen Fleming on April 21-22 at the ICA. This event is free and open to the public.


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