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The Princeton Alumni Club & The Musical Oratory Foundation Present 'Baroque Dance Unmasked'

  • When Saturday, March 16, 2013 at 6:30 p.m.
  • Where White Box Theater: (Studio 205) at NTC Liberty Station: 2590 Truxton Rd., San Diego, CA 92106,
  • Age limit All ages
  • Categories Performance, Arts, Classical, Dance
  • Cost $28 - $33
Promotional photo of choreographer Catherine Turocy, co-founder and artistic director of the New York Baroque Dance Company. Courtesy of Catherine Andrako

Above: Promotional photo of choreographer Catherine Turocy, co-founder and artistic director of the New York Baroque Dance Company. Courtesy of Catherine Andrako

The Princeton Alumni Club of San Diego and The Musical Oratory Foundation present "Baroque Dance Unmasked" on Saturday, March 16, 2013 at 6:30 p.m.

From the Mark Morris Dance Center and The Juilliard School in New York City, choreographer Catherine Turocy, co-founder and artistic director of the New York Baroque Dance Company, and cellist Paul Dwyer, founding member of the chamber ensemble Musical Oratory, in an enchanted evening of Baroque music and dance, followed by wine & cheese reception.

$28 at www.musicaloratory.org, or $33 at the door. Reserve your spot early and save! And don’t forget to bring your dancing shoes!

White Box Theater (Studio 205) at NTC Liberty Station: 2590 Truxton Rd., San Diego, CA 92106 (At the corner of Roosevelt Rd). Google Map

ABOUT THE MUSICAL ORATORY FOUNDATION
Founded by alumni of the famed Juilliard School, The Musical Oratory Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization based in Escondido, CA. We are dedicated to the dissemination of the European Art Music tradition through high quality concerts, in-depth lectures, and innovative lecture-performances throughout the Southern California region and beyond. Our namesake is the chamber music ensemble Musical Oratory, comprised of accomplished professional singers and instrumentalists.

We have come together for the love of J. S. Bach to perform his Cantatas, both secular and sacred, and to explore their timeless reverberations. We are striving to achieve an exceptionally high level of artistic quality and scholarly engagement, and to provide a cultural experience that is rarely locally available. Other projects currently under way are forays into the body of work of other important composers, and include Chamber Opera and Baroque Dance. Our Summer Baroque Institute on the campus of the University of California in Santa Barbara brings legendary Baroque Music specialists from Europe and the US to perform, coach students, and lecture to a wide audience; and it further combines musical instruction with Baroque Dance, a rare opportunity made possible by our ongoing collaboration with the New York Baroque Dance Company. Please visit our website at www.musicaloratory.org.

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