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Repercussion Presents Innovative, Percussive Choreography

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Repercussion Presents Innovative, Percussive Choreography

The BOOMERANG Dance and Performance Project, featuring dancers Matty Davis and Adrian Galvin, performed the choreography of Kora Radella with finesse Sunday. Greg Saunier, OC ’91 and one of the founders of internationally revered band Deerhoof, provided a percussion accompaniment to the dance. Drumbeat met heartbeat in Warner Main Space, where the performers showcased cultural critic Lewis Hyde’s physical method of “active forgetting.”

The BOOMERANG Dance and Performance Project, featuring dancers Matty Davis and Adrian Galvin, performed the choreography of Kora Radella with finesse Sunday. Greg Saunier, OC ’91 and one of the founders of internationally revered band Deerhoof, provided a percussion accompaniment to the dance. Drumbeat met heartbeat in Warner Main Space, where the performers showcased cultural critic Lewis Hyde’s physical method of “active forgetting.”

Photo by Sarah Goodstein

The BOOMERANG Dance and Performance Project, featuring dancers Matty Davis and Adrian Galvin, performed the choreography of Kora Radella with finesse Sunday. Greg Saunier, OC ’91 and one of the founders of internationally revered band Deerhoof, provided a percussion accompaniment to the dance. Drumbeat met heartbeat in Warner Main Space, where the performers showcased cultural critic Lewis Hyde’s physical method of “active forgetting.”

Photo by Sarah Goodstein

Photo by Sarah Goodstein

The BOOMERANG Dance and Performance Project, featuring dancers Matty Davis and Adrian Galvin, performed the choreography of Kora Radella with finesse Sunday. Greg Saunier, OC ’91 and one of the founders of internationally revered band Deerhoof, provided a percussion accompaniment to the dance. Drumbeat met heartbeat in Warner Main Space, where the performers showcased cultural critic Lewis Hyde’s physical method of “active forgetting.”

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