Ate9
SEASON PERFORMANCE
Ate9
calling glenn
Sat, Nov 11 at 8PM
Royce Hall

Individual Ticket On Sale Dates
General Public tickets: Monday, July 17, 2017
UCLA faculty and staff tickets: Monday, July 17, 2017
UCLA student tickets: Monday, September 25, 2017

Los Angeles-based dance company Ate9, led by former Batsheva Dance Company member and artistic director Danielle Agami, were artists-in-residence last season at the Center for the Art of Performance. This year, we are pleased to present their new work, calling glenn, a collaboration with composer Glenn Kotche, best known as the percussionist for the beloved rock band, Wilco.

Agami’s choreography, known for its humor and physical presence, has catapulted Ate9 to new heights in the contemporary dance world. They are considered to be one of the most important emerging dance companies on the West Coast. In addition to his rock career, Kotche has composed music for contemporary classical ensembles Kronos Quartet, Silk Road Ensemble, Bang on a Can All-Stars, So Percussion, Eighth Blackbird and many more.

Photo by Cheryl Mann Productions

Funds provided by the Kevin Jeske Young Artists Fund and Fariba Ghaffari. Additional funds were provided by Murray Hidary in support of CAP UCLA’s Artists-in-Residence program.

Co-commissioned by CAP UCLA and created as part of its Artists-in-Residence program.

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