I love dance. I just love it and I am super excited about mine and Mark’s upcoming date night watching a live BodyVox performance at Elk Cove Vineyards. We are going to drink wine, pack a picnic, and take a moment to realize how lucky we are to enjoy a performance in such a beautiful location. I have 2 extra tickets. Which of you wants to come?
2 FREE Tickets
BodyVox at Elk Cove
Saturday, JUNE 30th, 6:00 pm
A $60 VALUE
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What is BodyVox?
Honestly, I don’t really know. I heard dance and vineyard and it did not take me long to decide I wanted to go. The following is an excerpt of info, pics, and a video from the BodyVox website. I think this is going to be REALLY cool.
Led by Emmy Award-winning choreographers Jamey Hampton and Ashley Roland, BodyVox is known for its visual virtuosity, distinctive wit and unique ability to combine dance, theater and film into breathtaking productions rich in imagery, athleticism and humor. Since its founding in 1997, BodyVox has toured to critical acclaim on stages around the world, developed 9 award winning films, 30 original shows and 3 operas, featuring more than 200 original dances.
Based in Portland, Oregon, BodyVox’s movement surges from a fascination with the endless possibilities of the human body in motion, informed by years of cross training and layers of experience. Hampton and Roland are distinguished artists on the world stage, formed by their years working as creators and performers with innovative dance companies Momix, ISO Dance, and Pilobolus. BodyVox builds upon this tradition of excellence with a unique voice that is equally influenced by its Northwest roots and world view.
Adding to its full-evening shows and repertory pieces, BodyVox’s films have won numerous awards in national and international festivals. “Modern Daydreams” – composed of “Treadmill Softly,” “Islands in the Sky,“ Unleashed” and “Deere John” – won the prestigious American Choreography Award for Outstanding Achievement in Short film in 2002.
And here’s a video of performance clips. I cannot wait.