Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Review: Kairy Koshoeva and the Owen/Cox Dance Group- Polsky Theatre
I used to think about love, mortality and God as I listened to the Goldberg Variations. Not anymore. A concert at Polsky Theatre on Monday may have forever altered the associations I'll make when I hear Bach's famous work. A performance by the Owen/Cox Dance Group accompanied Kairy Koshoeva as she played the variations in its entirety. Jennifer Owen's creative choreography managed to make the composition seem like a natural modern dance soundtrack. The sole flaw occurred at the conclusion of a few segments as Koshoeva's otherwise stellar playing was sullied by the necessity of monitoring the readiness of the dancers. The free performance served as a preview of a June 8 concert at White Recital Hall.
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(Original image by There Stands the Glass.)