Tennessee Children’s Dance Ensemble: Resilience
Tennessee Children’s Dance Ensemble presents its 39th annual season opener concert: “Resilience.” Dancers will bring epic themes of life, dreams, transformation and perseverance to the stage. “Resilience” includes audience favorites “Fly Again” and “Black Snow,” along with the popular “Now Arriving” and “Lights Out” by Courtney Massey Kohlhepp. The concert will also premiere five new and exciting works, including “Savannah Grass,” a dedication to animal victims of the Australian wildfires,” and “Trying Times,” both choreographed by Associate Director Amy Wilson, as well as “I Believe,” choreographed to the popular music of Lauren Daigle and “Waiting on Change” by resident choreographer Sarah Lynch. Randy Duncan, former artistic director of the Joseph Holmes Dance Company and Dance Chair for Chicago’s High School for the Performing Arts, who has long delighted Knoxville with world premieres of his stunning dances, returns this year to offer the premiere of “Release,” a classic fast-paced work. Artistic Director of “Resilience” is Irene Linn.
Saturday matinee, Feb. 29, 2020, 2:30 p.m. show
Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020, 8 p.m. show
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