PUBLIC WORKSHOP Body Music: Interactive!

with Keith Terry and artists from around the globe, from the International Body Music Festival

Sunday, November 17, 2013 - 12:00pm
Location: Alumnae Hall Ballroom (101)

PUBLIC WORKSHOP: Body Music: Interactive!

Sunday, November 17, 12:00-2:00pm (Alumnae Hall Ballroom, Wellesley)
WC Community FREE. Public: $5-15/person, optional donation
Reservations recommended.

Experience on your OWN body, the various genres of Body Music represented by Body Music pioneer Keith Terry and artists from the 6th International Body Music Festival. All levels welcome!

Followed by:

FAMILY SHOW: Body Music: for All Ages

Sunday, November 17, 3:00pm(Jewett Auditorium )

WC Community FREE! Public: $3-5/person, optional donation.
Reservations recommended. 

Enjoy a lively hour of music you can SEE, dance you can HEAR! Cross-cultural repertoire geared for the whole family and all generations!


Body Music in Boston: Opening Concert at Wellesley  GET RESERVATIONS HERE

Saturday, November 16, 7:30pm, Jewett Auditorium, Reception follows the performance
Free and open to all. Seating limited, reservations recommended!

A touring concert of traditional and contemporary Body Music from around the globe, featuring artists from the 2013 International Body Music Festival, comes to the intimate venue at Wellesley for the opening concert. Featuring artists from Bali, Brazil, Canary Islands (Spain) and the U.S., people snap, clap, step and sing artful music. BODY MUSIC ignites audiences with music you can SEE, dance you can HEAR. It's the oldest music on the planet, and it's brand new. Artistic Director Keith Terry, pioneer of contemporary Body Music, brings you a deeply visceral, cross-cultural conversation that only the world's oldest instrument, the body, can reach."Mr. Terry and his colleagues in action is like visiting an Anatomical Carnival, where hands, feet, fingers, bellies, rumps and mouths engage in an endless musical ballet." Wall Street Journal. "The risers shook as the crowd stomped euphoric approval." San Francisco Chronicle.


Body Music in Boston: Closing Concert at Berklee

Tuesday, November 19, 8:00pm (Berklee College of Music's Performance Center)

Question/Answer session following the performance
Tickets $8/advance, $12 day of concert at BPC Box Office, 617-747-2261

Enjoy a rousing culminating performance with International Body Music Festival artists performing new and different repertoire, in the spectacular Berklee Performance Center! A question/answer session will follow the performance.

Body Music: epilogue: Midday Muse:

Wednesday, November 20, 12:30-2pm (Jewett Auditorium ) Free and open to public.

See and learn more deeply about the traditions, the artists, the innovations, in an extended lunchtime lecture/demonstration format, and reflect with the artists on their first week ever in Boston!


ALSO: Events only for the Wellesley College Community:

Body Music Introductory Workshop
Friday, November 15, 4:00 to 5:30pm (Alumnae Hall Ballroom, Wellesley)
For the Wellesley College Community only, come to this introductory workshop to see and learn traditional and innovative music made with the human body from these master artists from around the globe! No experience needed, but great for music dance, and theater students. Participants may have the opportunity to participate in Saturday evening's Opening Concert!

RSVP HERE (recommended)

followed by:

Supper Reception - Friday, November 15, 6:00 to 7:30pm (Alumnae Hall Ballroom, Wellesley)

Eat and chat one on one with nine artists from all over the globe, and join a group q/a and conversation about their work. Open to all WC Community, whether or not you attended the workshop. (Includes students, staff, and faculty of Wellesley College, Berklee College of Music, Olin, Babson, and MIT),

RSVP HERE (recommended)