Dance in Concert 2017
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Time and Location
Featuring Doug Varone’s “Strict Love,” Afro-Cuban salsa by guest choreographer Antonio Diaz, and new works by WWU faculty Nolan Dennett, Pam Kuntz and Rick Merrill.
Dennett's new work is set to “Oblivion” by the Argentinian composer Astor Piazzola—"a wildly romantic work that will make hearts beat a little faster and our audiences very happy that they brought a boyfriend/girlfriend/partner to the concert."